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Old 01-02-2016, 07:31 AM   #15
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What happened to this one from two days ago?

We're in negotiation to buy a 2002 HR Ambassador which has not had the trailing arm upgrade. We're close on price and the dealer has agreed to fix the problem before we take delivery. I want him to use Source Engineering's kit and he wants to use the kit from Monaco. We're only buying the coach if the SE kit is used and the dealer is exploring the impact on their bottom line. Besides the 4-Bag ride enhancement kit, what else should we look at installing?
We were going to drive to pick it up and rent a u-haul tow dolly to bring back our car. Then we realized the HR tow capacity was only 4K and our SUV maxed that out by itself. We liked that coach so we were disappointed.
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We were going to drive to pick it up and rent a u-haul tow dolly to bring back our car. Then we realized the HR tow capacity was only 4K and our SUV maxed that out by itself. We liked that coach so we were disappointed.

May be a blessing. That chassis is not that great.
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Another wasted trip. It smelled of mold and the bedroom ceiling was covered with water stains. I don't think we spent 3 minutes in the coach.
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Another wasted trip. It smelled of mold and the bedroom ceiling was covered with water stains. I don't think we spent 3 minutes in the coach.
For what its worth, I looked at a bunch too. One will finally come along and you'll be glad you waited.
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Took me 10 months of looking to find mine! Looked online everyday and lost deals over 4 different Beaver rigs. Lost a perfect CC Magna which sold in like 10 hrs! 😖 Keep looking, you will find a good one...


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I'm surprised that PPL's website shows this coach as "sale pending" It was in rough shape, but the price was pretty low. Besides the smell and water leak, the floor was gouged by the slide.
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