The Monaco Vesta / HR Trippers Forum

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This is a forum for owners of the 2011 and 2012 Monaco Vesta and Holiday Rambler Trip RVs. The purpose of the forum is to share general information and specific tips and tricks about these RVs. Because the Navistar MaxxForce 7 engines in these RVs were also used in other applications--the Tiffin Breeze and Thor Serrano RVs, for example--owners of those vehicles are also encouraged to participate in forum discussions. All forum users are encouraged to identify the specific vehicle with which they have direct experience. A separate forum page has been designated for any extensive discussion of these other applications of the engine which forum members may find of interest, but possibly distinguishable because of the different application. This is a managed forum, and participants may be blocked from using it in the event inappropriate posts are made. Specifically, this is not a political forum, and discussion of politics is strictly prohibited. Similarly, excessive use of profanity, personal attacks on fellow forum participants and the like will result in expulsion. This is a friendly place for normal folks to share information about something of common interest. There are other places to vent should you feel the need.

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Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to The Monaco Vesta / HR Trippers Forum!

 

This is a forum for owners of the Monaco Vesta and Holiday Rambler Trip RVs to share information, experiences and ideas about these great getaway vehicles.  Because the same MaxxForce 7 engine was used in other applications--notably the Tiffin Breeze and Thor Serrano--owners of those vehicles are invited to participate as well.  Specific pages have been created for extensive discussions of those other vehicles, as Vesta and Trip owners may find those discussions useful, but distinguishable because of the different application of the engine.

Make yourself at home.

Please be:
Thoughtful. Colorful. Spirited. Engaged.

Don't be:
Mean. Argumentative. Abusive. Profane.  As Wm. Shakespeare put it:

Conversation should be pleasant without scurrility, witty without affectation,

free without indecency, learned without conceitedness, novel without falsehood.

This is a moderated forum with simple rules.  No politics, unreasonable profanity or personal attacks on fellow forum members  Violators will be thrown out.  

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