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Old 10-01-2019, 03:18 PM   #57
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Thanks for the replies. As a Bluebird iwner the batural progression is to either a more modern Bird or a Prevost. A Foretravel is not in the same class. I thought that none of the pre 02 XL,s had delam as they were riveted. Tha Xl2,s were not. I will be in Arizona for a month and plan on looking at some Prevost units. Even a 45 ft.
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I will be in Arizona for a month and plan on looking at some Prevost units. Even a 45 ft.


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Thanks Ron. My wife will be the anti prevost!
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OP, I would not worry about going to a 45’ rig. We recently went from a 42’ Dynasty to a 45’ Navigator...had not hit a curb in years at 42’ but it took several months to not in the 45’. During the summer we stay mainly in USFS CGs and 90% of the time we get into our first choice without a reservation... just finished 7 weeks out West and only once did we not get a site. In those 7 weeks I was the only rig over 39’ in a CG without FHUs.

I consider my RR10S chassis a poor man’s Prevost with outboard airbags and rock solid handling...same for Newell and Foretravel too but at a lot lower cost. Yes, parts and service on a Prevost are available everywhere but in 100K miles only once was I delayed and that was for Cummins parts.
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