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Old 10-19-2015, 04:34 AM   #21
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Now if I won the lotto, I would get a 45 foot diesel pusher with 15 slides and a matching trailer to carry my jeep, cargo trailer/w UTV, and my Harley.
Haven't won the lotto yet, so I will continue to enjoy my RW.
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:42 AM   #22
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We had a small tow Car (KIA Soul) that we pulled behind the Pusher that I wanted to keep it and pull behind the RW. Wife did not like that idea. So I sold the Kia
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:28 PM   #23
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I've thought about the matching trailer but for now I have a chevy for a wagon
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:53 PM   #24
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Dave, looks nice. Is it easier to drive the bus then the RW and truck?
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Old 10-19-2015, 05:28 PM   #25
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Dave, looks nice. Is it easier to drive the bus then the RW and truck?
It's different.........

The travel comforts of the bus can't be beat and I love the fit, finish and overall construction. But if I were to stay put for a long period of time.....the bus would be a wasteful.
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That is what made us change to the RW. We originally thought we would move around more and the Pusher was great for that. But with work having a different plan we now only move around 25% of the time and RW works better for us now. Tat may change in about 2 years and we may go back to a pusher and Entegra is high on our list.
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Old 10-22-2015, 12:15 AM   #27
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Congrats on the Redwood, hope you like it as much as we like ours, Sorry but we just don't get the diesel pusher thing, expensive hall way with a steering wheel at one end.
To each his own.
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Old 10-22-2015, 01:41 AM   #28
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Congratulations!

Where did you stay in Yellowstone? What about between there and home in Co.
We live in the Texas Hill Country and are planning a Yellowstone trip next summer. Love our RW!
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Old 10-22-2015, 12:43 PM   #29
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We stayed Bakers Hole National Forest Campground, Outside West Yellowstone, $20 for electric sites, If you want electricity you need to get there early in the afternoon, room for large rigs. We stayed at Absaroka Bay RV park in Cody, nice place nice people. We live in Mich so I can't help in that direction.
We have a app that is helpful (RV Parky) we also have the latest good sam 7 inch GPS that has a lot of info. Enjoy your trip.
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I've thought about the matching trailer but for now I have a chevy for a wagon
Dave...to me it looks like you have a stealth power plant pushing your rig...no problem though...I can tell it's a mighty Chevy!! : )
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Dave...to me it looks like you have a stealth power plant pushing your rig...no problem though...I can tell it's a mighty Chevy!! : )
I guess you're right! I'm trying to find an artist that can draw me up a cartoon that I can put in the rear window of the chevy showing a determined little muscle truck pushing hard on the ass of a bus.
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I've thought about the matching trailer but for now I have a chevy for a wagon
Dave, have you seen the 2016 Firestorm paint job in person yet ??
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I guess you're right! I'm trying to find an artist that can draw me up a cartoon that I can put in the rear window of the chevy showing a determined little muscle truck pushing hard on the ass of a bus.

Dave..............that could be made to look like "the little buck that wishes he could". I'll leave the rest up to your imagination!!
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Dave, have you seen the 2016 Firestorm paint job in person yet ??

I haven't seen it in person yet but I'm going to seriously look at it soon. I love the Aspire but I'm starting to look at the new Cornerstones. Who knows........maybe this time next year I might move up the ladder and skip a step.
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I haven't seen it in person yet but I'm going to seriously look at it soon. I love the Aspire but I'm starting to look at the new Cornerstones. Who knows........maybe this time next year I might move up the ladder and skip a step.
Good for you guys !! Please report back on your opinion of the paint. Sure looks awesome in photos
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