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1  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Stop By And Say Hello This Weekend (Just Look For My PC) on: June 20, 2016, 08:31:08 am
Sounds like a great time, Ron and Irene.  PC is lucky to have owner-fans like you.  Not only do you spread good words about their product, but to open up your rig to hundreds of visitors over a weekend is really something!  Glad all went well and you had such fun.  Smile
2  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: June 10, 2016, 12:00:29 pm
Hi John,
Nope, no second thoughts about going slideless here.  And the reasons are all cited by Ron.  HiThere
Sounds like if you go with the couch, your decision is made for you, though I must say that Ron's design idea on growing the dinette is pretty cool.  Along those lines, I'll say as a solo traveler I love my dinette.  I can enjoy the TV from the frontward facing bench.  I can leave my table set up with paperwork, computer, some home decor things (table lamp, pictures, and a couple of knickknacks) and still have room to eat a meal.
Like Ron said, it all depends on how you travel, how long you stay in one place, and what you do when you get there (stay inside a lot or always out and about, mostly be alone or constantly entertaining?).
Good luck, have fun, and keep us posted!
3  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: May 31, 2016, 04:30:10 pm
Welcome, Buffalo Tim, Wife, and menagerie.  Sounds like you have a great set-up and loads of fun when you're on the road with your crew.  Glad you were able to fix your damage, but I imagine that was quite the unpleasant surprise.  Happy t(r)ails!
4  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: May 30, 2016, 09:22:25 pm
Welcome to the forum, John.  I don't have a diesel but I did investigate them back when I was trying to decide what to buy.  Two years later I can say I'm really happy with my 2351 on the Ford E350.  By not spending so much money on the diesel initially, I could afford to get other options that I would not have been able to afford otherwise (solar, full body paint, etc.).  Also, being not at all mechanically inclined, I felt a Ford would be easier to find servicing for when needed.  I know the diesels can last a lot longer, but I figure that the $15,000 or so I saved at the beginning can go into a rebuilt gas engine someday if me and my PC ever make it that far!
Good luck with your search.
5  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Thanks for the years of assistance and comradery, and so long on: May 21, 2016, 08:01:43 am
You're going from one well-built rig to another.  Those Road Treks are sweet!  Good luck and happy trails to both of you on the road ahead
6  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Emergency preparedness on: May 07, 2016, 08:45:00 pm
My backpack go-to bag has cash and checkbook in it.  If needed, then I will throw in the PC, address book, purse, wi-fi with charger, and cell phone with charger.  If I know bad weather is in the area, I keep everything handy to stuff into the bag.  I also try to keep everything close to fully charged.  If something comes up unexpectedly, I'll be happy to get at least the backpack, phone, and doggy to a safer spot.
7  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: THANK YOU on: April 11, 2016, 07:21:27 pm
Wow, thank YOU campmuch for your participation and helpfulness in the forum.  I wish you good luck in selling your rig, and hope that life has wonderful things in store for your future.  Thanks for your contact info--that was truly generous!
All the best--
8  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Phoenix After Sales Support on: April 07, 2016, 05:16:35 pm
Ron Dittmer:  I am curious....What do the rest of you need to tighten back up most often?

reply:  ... the cabinet door latch to the wine cellar.   ThumbsUp
9  Main Forum / Around the Campfire / Re: Our Sparky's last trip on: April 07, 2016, 09:07:40 am
Bruce and Sharon,
Extending my deepest sympathies for your huge loss.  What a blessing that you had little Sparky to share such joy and unconditional love for the years you had with him.  May the void in your hearts gradually be filled with comforting, happy memories and the very real sense that his love will ever live on.
Carol and Dawny
10  Main Forum / General Discussion / Phoenix After Sales Support on: April 07, 2016, 09:00:08 am
Posting this a bit late because of trouble logging into the forum this past week (which Aimee and her team helped with tremendously!). 

I wanted to put something on the forum for the record regarding Phoenix's after-sales support.  I had my rig into their shop last Friday so they could take care of fixing things that went awry over the past year.  They did a fantastic job.  Bob took three hours working on everything from my house door handle/lock, which broke the previous week and needed to be replaced, to trying to diagnose an odd electrical hookup problem I've been having.  We weren't able to figure out the electrical problem (mostly because we could not replicate the problem while in the shop--things decided to behave!), but I have a workaround so it's not going to be an issue.  He also checked my roof and resealed the seams, fixed the hinge on the drop-leaf table (that is built into the bottom section of the closet behind the passenger seat), checked the plumbing, provided me with equipment and instructions on how to bypass the built-in SurgeGuard should that ever be necessary, and gave me a fresh supply of those cabinet latches that seem to only last so long.

For anyone considering buying a Phoenix, or anyone who has one but isn't aware of this, once you are out of your warranty period, the shop is happy to continue to work on your rig at a super reasonable rate ($50/hour).  I've found many RV shops easily charge double that, and do not have the same level of expertise and knowledge that we can get from Phoenix itself.

Bottom line, it's pretty great when you drive out from the factory with a lovely, quality-built RV.  It's even more awesome when you can drive back in and be treated with the kind of respect, care, and competency found at PhoenixUSA!

11  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Might Look At 2400 Used on: March 30, 2016, 05:56:03 pm
I'm not a 2400 owner, but will take a stab at your question about the fresh tank capacity.  It probably depends on the type of camping you do.  Lots and lots of people hook up to fresh water when they get a site, in which case, their FW tank capacity is sort of a mute point.  Personally, I always operate off of my tanks, even if W hookup is available.  For one person, my 38 gallons gets me two weeks when I act conservatively.  Then its no big deal to simply fill up the tank when I'm at a campground with water.  Hope that helps, at least a little!

Edit:  I just realized that my response may be misleading without giving you more info.  I am able to go two weeks before filling up the FW tank largely because I use campground showers and drink bottled water.  I am only using the FW tank for toilet flushes and dish washing.  So I'm using 2g or so per day (6g is in the water heater and not counted towards the 38g total).
12  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Finding out the hard way! on: March 30, 2016, 07:28:58 am
Thanks for the tip!  While we're on the subject, does anyone know if there is anything else we should be aware of that is not turned off by the battery disconnect switch?
13  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: A few questions before I do a factory tour on: March 04, 2016, 08:56:09 pm
Can't address #1&2.
#3.  The side mirrors have been quite sufficient for me, so I've never missed having side cameras.
#4.  I think the patio light just outside the house door is a standard feature.  I didn't know Phoenix was offering the awning lights now, too.  I guess it depends what kind of camping you like to do as far as how much light you're going to want out there.
14  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Just introducing myself on: March 04, 2016, 08:50:54 pm
Welcome, Byron.
Between this post and your other one, it sounds like you have lots of experience already with RV'ing.  That'll give you a tremendous advantage in figuring out just what will work best for you. 
You've made a great choice in going with PC for your downsizing move.  Their willingness to make customized changes to their basic units is a tremendous advantage.
I've been in my 2351, no slide, for 20 months now and love it.
Best of luck and don't be shy with your questions and offering your own experience.
15  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: PC website on: February 21, 2016, 08:53:38 am
Heya Janey,
Nice to see you're enjoying the sun and fun.
Re your question, go to the main website page and scroll down to the floor plan part.  Click on the floor plan of the unit you have questions on.  The specs, including holding tank sizes, will be on that page.
Safe travels!
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