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verjay

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  1. I am considering two 2010 View Profiles: One is, despite its year, almost new as it has less than 2000 miles and less then three hours on the generator. The other has 33,000 miles, and the dealer's revised asking price is $5500 higher. From my experience with my present Rialta and from having owned boats, I know that these units and their equipment need to be operated. What are your thoughts on this choice? Thank you. Verjay
  2. To answer your question, we drove our Rialta (Winnebago Class B no longer built) over the Needles Highway in the South Dakota Black Hills. At the top of the highway is a tunnel, a very, very narrow, single lane, low clearance tunnel. We made it through going very slow, and I did not fold in the side-view mirrors. The funny thing is that I did not recall a warning at the bottom of that highway warning about the clearance.
  3. This is perhaps a bit off the subject, but I have not found any other topic this close to my question. I am considering two 2010 View Profiles: one is, despite its year, almost new as it has less than 2000 miles and less then three hours on the generator. The other has 33,000 miles, and the dealer's asking price is much higher. From my experience with my present Rialta and from having owned boats, I know that these units and their equipment need to be operated. What are your thoughts on this choice? Thank you.
  4. It sounds like you have had some experience. I am in a quandary and looking for some advice. I am considering two 2010 View Profiles: one is, despite its year, almost new as it has less than 2000 miles and last then three hours on the generator. The other has 33,000 miles, and the asking price is much higher. From my experience with my present Rialta and from having owned boats, I know that these units and their equipment need to be operated. What are your thoughts on this choice? Thank you.
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