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  1. We had a Class B Roadtrek before buying our current motorhome. We decided it would be easy to pull up stakes and sightsee during the day. After doing that, then having to re-level and plug back in we decided to rent a car. That quickly became expensive and not fun either. I was still working and would be gone Friday thru Sunday on our trips. Most rental cars, except airport locations are closed on Sunday's. Anyway, we no longer have the issue of towed or work. Good luck on your decision.
  2. You would be very happy with the Workhorse chassis. We have put over 24,000 miles on ours in the last 32 months and have no regrets. The 8.1 and Allison transmission are an awesome team. I was leaning towards a DP, but have been very satisfied with our floor plan ( read wife is satisfied) and power train/chassis. Good luck on your search.
  3. I don't have the Ford chassis, but I can tell you on my Workhorse I just had the Ultrapower ECM upgrade done along with magnum plug wires and iridium plugs. All I can say is wow, what a difference in power and torque. Also had Koni shocks installed and we have really noticed the ride difference.
  4. We are very happy with our Workhorse chassis W24, 8.1 GM and Allison transmission. Heading home with about 3600 miles so far on this trip and averaging right around 7 MPG. All engine maintenance is done by local GMC heavy truck dealership and prices are consistent with service on my Toyota's. Never had any major drive train issues. We are happy we purchased this chassis/drive train combo and would recommend it.
  5. I had a 2003 Versatile on a Dodge chassis. The coach batteries (2) were accessed from the rear drivers side under the bed. If you pull back the carpet, you will see the access door. Hope this helps. Tom
  6. We had a 2003 190 Versatile and we loved it. Used it or over two years and 10,000 miles. Just traded up for a 2007 Itasca Suncruiser. Hope you have as much fun as we had with ours.
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