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Old 11-12-2007, 08:16 PM   #11
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Wink Class C back to TT!

For many years (I hate to admit how many), we owned travel trailers from various manufacturers. Last year we decided to take the big step and sold our year old t.t. and bought a used, 2004 Sunseeker, 3100FKS. We camped in it in a variety of campgrounds for the better part of a year. One motivation was that my wife could help me with the driving and although the C was easier to drive, she still would not drive it! We discovered the motorhome had less living space than the t.t.s and very little view from the living area (although the bathroom was excellent). It rode well enough, but the driver's seat, although leather, was not as comfortable as our Suburban that we always used for a TV. We believe the motorhome is best for large families (it sleeps at least 8), that want to camp for a weekend. We are a retired couple with a miniature Schnauzer and we like to camp for extended periods. We don't need all of those beds! So, last month we found a dealer that wanted to do business, and we traded our m.h and bought a 2008 t.t. We just took the new t.t. for a four day campout, mostly to check it out. It has a great view from large windows and a lot more living space. It's good to be back!!

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Old 11-12-2007, 08:26 PM   #12
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Welcome back! My TT has a nice view too!

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Old 12-30-2007, 12:18 PM   #13
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If the Sunseeker you purchased has "Arctic Package," well, the only complaint I have is that the "artctic" package is merely "glued" to the tanks. I have had my Sunseeker for 3 years (2006 model bought in 2005) and this year the darn things fell off while I was driving. I tried to duct tape them back on, it was raining, the tape wouldn't stick. Fortunately, I found an RV service place that could reglue them on..... But I'm not happy that they are merely "glued." (It's a special glue that isn't supposed to come off...)

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Old 01-21-2008, 07:24 PM   #14
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I have a 2004 Sunseeker Regency and I LOVE it. I have only had it for a couple months and have only had it out twice but have not had a problem with it. This model has Class A storage while being a class C style so I have to be carefull in how much I try to carry but it is the most comfortable RV I have been in.

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