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Old 08-23-2016, 10:44 AM   #1
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REV vs. Sunseeker

There are many features that I enjoy in my REV vs. my previous Sunseeker.

A smoother ride.

A much quieter ride, no wind noise. Less banging.

More stable at higher speeds, probably due to lack of the cabover bunk.

Much tighter turning circle.

Good headlight illumination.

Excellent bathroom with plenty of room inside, although in hot weather with the door closed it can get uncomfortable. However, the accomidating space is an acceptable trade.

The additional step below the drivers door that my dealer added for me. It is an Isata step. But I should have had one installed on the passenger side at time of purchase.

My neighbors like the way it looks and I get compliments every time I am out and about.

Much more but that is enough for this post.
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Glad to hear it.

So they added an Isata running board on the REV?
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Glad to hear it.

So they added an Isata running board on the REV?
Yeah, it makes it less of an event for me to enter and exit. I have imbalance issues. They were concerned it would be too large but it fit.
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could you post a picture of that step - the wife would love a step on her side !
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Old 08-24-2016, 09:58 AM   #5
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Yes, I will later this week. I am currentlyaway from home and my REV while on vacation. There is a parking issue where we are staying so I had to leave it at home.
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Yes, I will later this week. I am currentlyaway from home and my REV while on vacation. There is a parking issue where we are staying so I had to leave it at home.
The drivers side step was included in the purchase at the time my wife didn't know she would want an additional step. In hind site it was foolish not to have the extra steps on both sides.

The passenger side will now cost $250 for the step plus 7% NJ sales tax, $22 shipping and one hour of labor, $110.

I believe the step was welded onto the frame because thst is what the salesman mentioned before the fact.

It blends into the REV as if the factory put it on. I would prefer that it was a little wider or sat away from the cab another inch or so. I am concerned about foot traction in ice and snow but with the revolving seats I can easily use the back door. I really like how Easy it is to turn the cab seats, no searching for the release lever.
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Old 08-25-2016, 05:18 PM   #8
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could you post a picture of that step - the wife would love a step on her side !
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I didn't even know those would fit.
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