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 on: August 29, 2014, 12:12:18 am 
Started by TomHanlon - Last post by bobojay
Don't have a PC yet, but will still answer....

No slide, don't want one
Too much complexity, not enough return for the $$$$. We don't need the extra space

 on: August 29, 2014, 12:11:42 am 
Started by aimee - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
Welcome to the PC forum Bob and Sharon.

We're long-time RVers too.  Had trailers, small and large Class A's.  We now love our 2552.

Never owned a Sprinter ourselves, but have friends who love their Winnebagos built on them.

What was it about the Sprinters that you objected to?

--Bruce and Sharon

 on: August 28, 2014, 11:07:14 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by ron.dittmer
I am very happy to read your problem is 100% resolved along with all expenses covered.  I am surprised the distribution panel was faulty by Ford.  I never heard of such a warranty problem with a vehicle.  I would have thought the problem was somehow related to the conversion.  Again, I am glad all is well.  Now you can get on with enjoying that new home of yours.  Smile

 on: August 28, 2014, 08:09:30 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by Carol
And Ann, everything will be covered by Ford since it was their part, their problem.  That's two tows and some time at a local RV shop in addition to their own work. 
I'm happy that it was clear-cut that way, since if turned out to be something to do with the house side, as well, the warranty issue may have gotten a bit muddied.
Have a happy, safe Labor Day weekend!

 on: August 28, 2014, 07:23:32 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by AMW
Carol, thanks for posting the update.  I was just wondering today if your problem had been solved.  I'm so sorry to hear how long it took Ford to work on your problem, but very happy it is fixed.  Were the costs (including the towing) covered by Ford warrantee or Phoenix?

 on: August 28, 2014, 06:29:28 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by TomHanlon
 Glad you got it fixed and can get back on the road. ThumbsUp
Thank you for the follow up.

 on: August 28, 2014, 05:11:03 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by Carol
 (cheer)Brief and positive (yay) update:  Ford replaced the Junction box (another name for the entire fuse panel) up behind the panel next to the driver's left leg, and everything is working normally.  They checked for moisture and found none, so are just chalking it up to a bad part.  Everything will be covered under their warranty.

I must say, I am grateful to have had a place to stay while this was all going on, but boy am I eager to hit the road again!  I missed my little house SO MUCH!!!

 on: August 28, 2014, 05:01:13 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by Carol
Welcome Bob--What fun you have in store for you in figuring out your model, the options, and any custom work needed to make it just right for your needs.  PC is a great crew to do business with.  Enjoy and don't hesitate to ask for advice.  There's plenty of opinions to go around for all!  Cheers

 on: August 28, 2014, 03:41:11 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by bobojay
Hi all, just getting around to posting this. We have been RVers for almost 30 years now, having owned a 5th wheel, (big mistake), a small class B Pleasureway Lexor, a small class C Winnebago Navion Sprinter, and now a Winnebago ERA class B Sprinter, (definitely our last Sprinter).
Me, Bob, is going to be the poster here, so any postings will be by me. I'm definitely opinionated, but please don't be offended by an answer or opinion. And I am a life long gear head.

Very interested in possibly going to a PC 2100, 2350, or at a stretch a 2551, (may be too long). Some mods from the standard would be incorporated too. Decisions, decisions........

 on: August 28, 2014, 03:20:24 pm 
Started by AMW - Last post by bobojay
Welcome "bobojay" (sorry did not see your real name anywhere in your post).  I don't know how to make a link to the exterior photos that I have already posted (can anyone tell me how to do that?), but if you look under "General" in the Main Forum page, then under "Introduce Yourself", you will find the photos on page 43.  I think that will give you an idea.
Yes it's true, the 2100 is standard on the 138" wheelbase.  I upgraded to the E-450 which was on the 158" wheelbase.  They would normally cut this to 138" for the 2100.  I asked them not to cut it to 138" because I needed the extra space in the living area.  If you look at the 2400, it is almost the identical floor plan as the 2100, built on the 164" wheelbase, so slightly longer than mine which is 22'10".

Believe it or not, It's Bob. Thanks for the info. I figured you upgraded to the 450. 23' is an excellent length for getting in & out of places  ThumbsUp

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