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Old 05-19-2014, 08:47 PM   #1
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500 hp holiday rambler

i'm in the process of purchasing a 2002 hr navigator. one of the options reads chassis rm n242.25wb 500 hp @ $27300.00. can someone tell me what this is? i know it is a 500 hp engine but what else did you get with this option.
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Sounds like a tag axle option with 245" wheel base and 500 engine. Here is a link to the specs for the 02 Navigator. http://www.holidayrambler.com/Static...igator2002.pdf
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thanks barlow. i was not sure about any thing but the cummins 500 hp
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