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Posted: 06/10/14 03:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am thinking about going from a class a to a class c I was looking
at a 2007 Sunseeker 3100 with front entertainment centre looking for
input from any one that has a sunseeker as to the quality of construction or any problems with this unit

Tks in advance Joe (DW doesn't like travelling in a class A)

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Posted: 06/10/14 03:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here is a golden opportunity to RENT a Class C for a weekend and let her experience what 5 mpg does for you, less space, and a more uncomfortable ride; but that's based on my rental of a Class C 15 years ago.


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Ask the same question on the Sunseeker forum at forestriverforums.com and you will likely get feedback from several owners. We love our 2012 Sunseeker 2300. BTW it gets 10-11 mpg at 60 mph.


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We bought our 2007 2860DS from a local rental and have no complaints about the build quality.

Last year I got a bug and we started to look at some of the entry level A diesels as well as some gas powered units. The glaring poor quality of the units turned us off and we decided just to keep what we have.

I did replace shocks though I am not impressed with my choice and doing them again is on my short list. Replaced the front and rear sway bars with HD Hellwig which was the best thing anyone can do with that chassis.

Just ditched the two 12 volt batteries in place of two Trojan T-105's 6 volt golf cart batteries http://www.trojanbattery.com/product/t-105/ and upon the advice of Randy at Best Converter replaced the WFCO power converter with a 55 amp PowerMax. http://www.bestconverter.com/55-Amp-4-St........oard-Replacement_p_522.html#.U5jB3rS9KSM

In all I have no complaints about our Sunseeker, it seems for the most part as well,put together as anything and a whole lot better than some of the overpriced new junk out there.

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