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Old 08-11-2016, 06:06 PM   #31
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Mine gets better with every mile right now. I can no longer hear a downshift from 6th to 5th and 4th gear 3500rpm is just noticeable. I do listen to the radio, but not at cranked up volumes. There is usually more wind noise than anything.

Can I ask "wind noise" from where? I'm really hoping you have the window open....lol !
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Old 08-11-2016, 06:37 PM   #32
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When you have 80 sq ft of flat sail heading into 70mph wind, you're gonna have some noise. The side windows are always a downfall.


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Old 08-12-2016, 09:42 AM   #33
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Add the entry door to what AquaMan said. As an added note, the door screen rattles especially the black metal plate adjacent to the sliding handle access panel. I ran a bead of clear calk around both sides of that plate and it made a noticeable difference.
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Old 08-13-2016, 09:06 AM   #34
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seats in 2017 364TS

I looked at the 2017 and It is exactly what I want. BUT I read on a list about the seats peeling and sure enough. The driver's, cockpit sofa and Dinette are made of the painted fabric and there was already a spot on the dinette cushion that was peeling. I asked two salesmen if it could be replaced with vinyl. One said no and the other said he was going to check with the factory. The XL has the better seats. If they come only with the
the painted fabric it will be a deal breaker for me. The Tiffin used better seat covers although it is a little more expensive.
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Painted fabric??


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Mine came with all vinyl seating. No fabric anywhere except throw pillows


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painted fabric.

I read on this forum that some one had a one year old Georgetown and the leather looking stuff was peeling off their seat. AS a matter it was like peeling latex paint of the handle of a paint brush. So I was aware of the problem and looked for it. I believe the trade name is "Soft-touch" The XL has real viynal.
The post I read was less that 3 months old/
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Old 08-17-2016, 07:45 PM   #38
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We have a 2016 364 and love it. Bang for buck, you can't beat it. 6 spd tran, 22.5 tires, solid surface countertops with recessed sink and stove covers, convection microwave, King size bed, auto hydro leveling, two full baths, huge residential fridge, nice bunks with separate tvs, washer dryer hook up, two A/c's, 5 tvs with outside tv and radio, NO carpet, over head drop down bunk, full pullout bed in couch, power awning with LED. What more can you ask for? Sure, you can always pay more for other brands with LESS features but why? My dealer even included 30 free camping days at any Thousand Trails campsite and a lifetime warranty on the motorhome which covers just about every major component in the coach! Plus threw in satellite tv for cost! All of this for just over 100k? A better deal just doesn't exist. However nice the cabinets are in the other units, they are NOT worth 15-20k more. Think about it, you could redo an entire kitchen in your house for 20K and you are considering paying that for "nicer" cabinets in an RV? In my mind the only justification for paying more for a Class A is to get a Diesel engine. In my opinion there is no match for the 364 in the gasser category when considering overall bang for buck...
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Old 08-18-2016, 10:20 AM   #39
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We have a 2016 364 and love it. Bang for buck, you can't beat it. 6 spd tran, 22.5 tires, solid surface countertops with recessed sink and stove covers, convection microwave, King size bed, auto hydro leveling, two full baths, huge residential fridge, nice bunks with separate tvs, washer dryer hook up, two A/c's, 5 tvs with outside tv and radio, NO carpet, over head drop down bunk, full pullout bed in couch, power awning with LED. What more can you ask for? Sure, you can always pay more for other brands with LESS features but why? My dealer even included 30 free camping days at any Thousand Trails campsite and a lifetime warranty on the motorhome which covers just about every major component in the coach! Plus threw in satellite tv for cost! All of this for just over 100k? A better deal just doesn't exist. However nice the cabinets are in the other units, they are NOT worth 15-20k more. Think about it, you could redo an entire kitchen in your house for 20K and you are considering paying that for "nicer" cabinets in an RV? In my mind the only justification for paying more for a Class A is to get a Diesel engine. In my opinion there is no match for the 364 in the gasser category when considering overall bang for buck...
I totally agree with you that this was the best bang for buck we could find with out paying the extra $100000 for a diesel and they still dont have a floor plan like the 364
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We have a 2016 364 and love it. Bang for buck, you can't beat it. 6 spd tran, 22.5 tires, solid surface countertops with recessed sink and stove covers, convection microwave, King size bed, auto hydro leveling, two full baths, huge residential fridge, nice bunks with separate tvs, washer dryer hook up, two A/c's, 5 tvs with outside tv and radio, NO carpet, over head drop down bunk, full pullout bed in couch, power awning with LED. What more can you ask for? Sure, you can always pay more for other brands with LESS features but why? My dealer even included 30 free camping days at any Thousand Trails campsite and a lifetime warranty on the motorhome which covers just about every major component in the coach! Plus threw in satellite tv for cost! All of this for just over 100k? A better deal just doesn't exist. However nice the cabinets are in the other units, they are NOT worth 15-20k more. Think about it, you could redo an entire kitchen in your house for 20K and you are considering paying that for "nicer" cabinets in an RV? In my mind the only justification for paying more for a Class A is to get a Diesel engine. In my opinion there is no match for the 364 in the gasser category when considering overall bang for buck...
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