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Old 10-02-2010, 04:54 PM   #1
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Georgetown models

we are new... going from Motorcycle travelling to Motorhomes is a huge attitude adjustment, and what a learning curve.

these forums are an amazing wealth of information , I personally would love to see Georgetown category broken down to the units... ie we are a 330 TS.

So far we are loving it.... but is anyone of a similar opinion?


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Old 10-02-2010, 06:30 PM   #2
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We have the 2008 Georgetown XL 378 model. Thats the one with the two slides in the livingroom and one in the bedroom. It also has the fireplace and the table and chairs. We like this model because of the large livingroom, the fireplace that we use in the winter to save prophane, and the TV over the fireplace rather than in front. it also has two large (could be bigger) closets in the bedroom and storage for the washer/dryer. We have satellite TV so we look for lots with no trees. Ours has over 20,000 miles on it now after making a trip out west from Virginia. We also go to Florida during the winter each year and have had little or no problems with the motor home. It drives, tows and rides good. My motorcycle has training wheels, its a 2002 Firebird convertable. But we leave it at home during the winter. Our escape has a sun roof so I can feel the wind in the winter months down in Florida.


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Old 10-02-2010, 06:34 PM   #3
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Congrats on the Georgetown. The models are different by floorplans but the features are all similar throughout the line. They all have problems that occur no matter which model and by sticking to just the Georgetown heading gets more people involved.The biggest problem I see when other's first post is the lack of information such as the unit they have, year and model. It's hard to help when it's just guessing. Anyway we can help please ask. There are some very knowledgeable people here from all the lines FR makes. This is the best place on the net IMHO to get help from those that have had a similar problem or know how to help out.

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