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91  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Parkways in New York on: September 19, 2012, 07:26:49 pm
Good Question ... something I would like to know also.  We have the 2012 ... 2350 Sprinter.

Went on the site and noticed the ScangaugeD which said it is for "big" diesel pushers ... how big ??  shrug

92  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Parkways in New York on: August 27, 2012, 04:45:28 pm
Hi Bill:

Wow we actually did not know about the "note" feature to track milage, fuel etc.  I would have to say the only thing I don't like about our new PC is that we have .... I guess the basic sprinter and it does not show miles to empty, does not have trip milage ... she is the stripped down version ... and ... I guess I am spoiled from our last camper and from our van that has all those neat features ..... going to have to check out the GPS  and explore the extra features we knew nothing about   Embarrassed   .... We did use the campground feature which was a help .... My husband is the gadget guy/navigator and I like driving ... so going to have him check it out ... Thanks.

Carol & Vince
93  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Parkways in New York on: August 24, 2012, 08:20:45 pm
We bought a Rand McNally Trip Maker RVND7710 GPS ..... you load the size of your RV in it and it will tell you the roads to avoid.

It actually shows a picture of the exit sign and an arrow to show what lane to be and where to turn, along with verbal navigation .... and .... you can get updates by plugging it in to your computer ... so you are always up to date on the latest of everything going on ... on the roadways at no charge for I think the first year at least maybe longer.

It has been fantastic ..... it also has guided tours for towns you are visiting, points of interest, scenic routes gas stops, restuarants etc ... that will accomidate your RV size.
94  Main Forum / General Discussion / Awning on 2350 on: August 21, 2012, 10:37:57 pm
We have the electric awning on the 2350 ..... but once the awning is extended are you suppose to anchor the front down in some way so it is not vunerable to a gust of wind or blowing away ?
It just seems like it is hanging out asking to be ripped off.
95  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Improvements & Enhancements, 2007 PC-2350 on: August 20, 2012, 08:29:13 pm
Ron: Vince and I really like the  neat improvements that you have done to your 2350 !!!!
On our 2350's door, we have a small hydrolic door closer .... do you have that as well ?  I like the extra cable that you have but wondered if you have both items ?

96  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: August 20, 2012, 02:34:53 pm

I know that we will love the 2350, and my husband said that I can always make a mountain out of a mole hill   ThumbsUp that is me . It is a great RV and I know that I will get use to it, I just have to get out of my mind that it is not a greyhound bus   Grin.  Vince actually loves the way this one drives, he said the PW swayed and had a musy drive where the 2350 has more of a sports car feel. 

She is in the shop right now as the generator which had less then two hours on it has a broken crank shaft .... so as soon as it gets fixed we will take her out and start our little trips to get the feel of the reins before we venture out on a long trip.

Driving is not a problem in general (thanks for the video Ron) but being in a confined area of a town or small roads does bother me and I know we will have to pick our destinations a little more carefully.

I certainly appreciate having this wonderful group of people who can help and give advise from experience to help get us started, and I am so excited and know that we will hopefully have many wonderful trips ahead.
97  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: August 20, 2012, 01:19:12 pm
My husband and I just traded in our 2008 Pleasure-way Lexor van style camper for a 2012 ... 2350 PC on a sprinter Chassis.

We chose the PC because we live in Florida and keeping it inside was a must (with hurricanes). We have limited height of 10'4" so the PC worked out perfect, plus they are finished so much nicer inside then any of the other class B,B+, and C's out there.

Miss the Pleasure-Way for now but love the bigger refrigerator, nice big bathroom, and permanent bed.

The size is just a tad scary and am wondering if you need to tow a car or if you can get around town with the bigger camper and extra length  with no problem ?
I know it is not big deal to most .... but I am still trying to get my head around driving this thing.

We are pretty new to the whole RV thing but have enjoyed the couple of times we have had the Pleasure-Way out camping and look forward to taking the PC on long trips to explore new and exciting places.

Carol & Vince Power
Vero Beach, Florida

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