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Old 09-05-2012, 02:17 PM   #1
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Allure?

Recently saw an Allure for sale with really nice options and a attractive floorplan, but something looks strange about the outside appearance.........it was in the tag axle, one axle had the common dually dish wheel and other axle had the usual front style wheel. Is this quite unusual. It certainly cosmetically looks strange. This is a 2008 model, any cons to this year Allure?
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Old 09-05-2012, 03:09 PM   #2
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Nothing wrong with any year Country Coach. The tax axle setup is nothing out of the ordinary.
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Old 09-05-2012, 03:48 PM   #3
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Agree with dons. Personally when I was looking for mine if it didn't have a cat, I kept looking.
The only reason I can think of the tag wheels that way is if it has disc brakes.
Cc is a great coach. Don't worry about them not in business for right now. Lots of good places to have work done, and parts aren't a problem. Jmho
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Agree with dons. Personally when I was looking for mine if it didn't have a cat, I kept looking.
The only reason I can think of the tag wheels that way is if it has disc brakes.
Cc is a great coach. Don't worry about them not in business for right now. Lots of good places to have work done, and parts aren't a problem. Jmho
I had a post on another thread that this unusual look is a single wheel axle as tag. I had not thought about that. I suppose alright, but sure does look a little strange compared to most. Hey, two less tires to buy.

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As far as I know all cc have single tire tags.
I thought you meant the wheel being reversed instead of the wheel dish being to the outside.
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"Don't worry about them not in business for right now"

Actually Country Coach Corp. is in business. They might not be building coaches "right now" but they are in business for service, repair and refurbishment.
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Dons, I stand corrected. You are quite right, thanks. hope to see the new Magna's soon.
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As far as I know all cc have single tire tags.
I thought you meant the wheel being reversed instead of the wheel dish being to the outside.
I think you are right and CC calls this flipped dish wheels. Not real pretty in looks, unique maybe, but perhaps represents a longer axle on tag, like that of front as front and tag wheels match.

Engine and tranny in this coach is CAT C9 9.3L 425hp & 1350 torque engine/ CX28 transmission.
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Dons, I stand corrected. You are quite right, thanks. hope to see the new Magna's soon.
In talking to Ron Lee, it appears that the priceline will be in the mid 700's to the low 800's. Just a little out of my price range at this stage of the game.
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