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Old 04-29-2016, 08:01 AM   #15
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Thanks to everyone else with all the different info. It appears like with anything used there are issues that may need to be addressed but for the most part it seems like these are very good coaches.

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Old 04-29-2016, 10:52 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by ChunkyBeast View Post
Hello and thanks for the info, just wondering if you still have the same coach and if you experienced any other trouble, like with the air suspension?
Yes, we still have same coach. Going on thirteen years now. We've upgrade a few things over the last couple of years like flooring, AC units, jacks.

The jacks were not because of failure, rather WRV undersized the jacks (as we were told by HWH) on some coaches. We go to a lot of places where leveling is an issue (you can read that as "non-resorts" ) and we need more lift power.

Other than what I mentioned and normal wear and tear items, we really haven't had any problems.

The bad and the good about Alpine coaches are no manufacturer support but a great owner's group with plenty of tech support. That and the great ride and handling.

2000 Alpine 36' Mid-door, Single slide
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