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arnko37

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Posted: 02/26/14 05:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you buy a new MH,listen to it on a quiet night. You can actually hear it depreciate. I have had 2 mhs, 2 5th wheels, 4 TTs. I find what works best for me is my 30 ft 5th wheel w/ one slide. And very few automatic things to go wrong. And finding a used high quality well maintained rig. Happy Trails

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Posted: 03/01/14 10:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

arnko37 wrote:

If you buy a new MH,listen to it on a quiet night. You can actually hear it depreciate. I have had 2 mhs, 2 5th wheels, 4 TTs. I find what works best for me is my 30 ft 5th wheel w/ one slide. And very few automatic things to go wrong. And finding a used high quality well maintained rig. Happy Trails


Yep - which is why I have a LQ horse trailer. All channel lock aluminum and built to take a beating.


3/27/2014 - Sam passed away in his sleep after a long courageous battle with brain cancer - all vehicles have been sold

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Posted: 03/01/14 11:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

arnko37 wrote:

If you buy a new MH,listen to it on a quiet night. You can actually hear it depreciate. I have had 2 mhs, 2 5th wheels, 4 TTs. I find what works best for me is my 30 ft 5th wheel w/ one slide. And very few automatic things to go wrong. And finding a used high quality well maintained rig. Happy Trails


Amen, brother. The day ours left with the new owner it was like the weight of the entire world had been lifted from my shoulders. We got lucky and found a buyer who was willing to give my asking price because it was in such good condition.


JimT
2013 Excel Winslow 34RKM, 2015 GMC Denali 3500 Duramax, 4X4 dually

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