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  1. rthrash3
    04-06-2020 03:27 PM - permalink
    Thank you for your quick reply. I appreciate your insight. Hope you get out again soon. Hoping to do that this summer/fall depending on how things shake out. Happy travels and stay safe in the meantime. --rich
  2. EA37TS
    04-06-2020 12:47 PM - permalink
    I would definitely go back with the Accolade 37TS or the sister Seneca 37TS. We looked at the Dynamax and the Nexus and weren't impressed. If we didn't go with the Accolade we would have went with the Thor Magnitude but that lost out due to the triple slides on the Accolade making such a big difference in the living area of the coach.

    The issues we have had, in my opinion, are very minimal and not show stoppers. The biggest issue we have is with the slide and we knew that going in, used it for a deeper discount on the coach, and will get it repaired by Jayco Factory Service when the Stay at Home conditions get lifted and Jayco reschedules our appointment.

    The second biggest issue is the lack of use. We want to get this thing on the road more.
  3. rthrash3
    04-06-2020 03:37 AM - permalink
    Hi, Dave. My name is Rich. Former USAF. Looking at getting my first RV and want Super C. I've read many of your posts and you do your homework similar to me, but you seem to have far more mechanical knowledge. The Entegra Accolade 37TS is high on my list as is the 37L, Dynamax Force 34KD, and if I stretch the Newmar Superstar 3746. I'm leaning away from the Nexus line due to so many people complaining about them. I'm wondering, if you had to go back and do it all over again, would you stick with the Accolade 37TS? If not, which would you be most interested in? Most of all, have you been happy with the quality? The thing that concerns me the most as a non-mechanical guy (I'm a doc and can work on a body much better than an engine) is that I would become quickly frustrated by things breaking down and needing to have repairs on things I'm not smart enough to know how to fix. Thanks for your time.

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