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Old 01-25-2015, 10:55 PM   #1
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I'm considering buying a 27' airex class a 454 chevy 22000 miles, anybody know anything about these things, it seems to be in great shape
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Good luck with your decision.
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Old 01-26-2015, 07:06 AM   #3
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Hi, I recently purchased a '97 36' Rexhall Aerbus with Ford 460. I did a lot of research on the manufacturer and liked what I saw. I didn't see a lot of complaints online. They are still in business in California. Seems to be of good quality overall. I don't know about the '89 model but mine has full welded cage and 1 piece full Fiberglas roof. It seems like there is good attention to detail and quality so I am very pleased at this point. Good luck!
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I had 32' 92 on a F53 chassis with tag. It was a nice unit. No slides but ran well. A 460 engine. My Son still has it, it is in his shop, needs transmission work.
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I have a 95 35' Aerbus with the Chevrolet p32 chassis. Be sure to check the front springs as these chassis came with air bags in the front springs and with the age of your coach those air bags are probably shot. Good ride and proper ride height is dependent on those air bags. Parts cost about $100 and book labor is 1 hour but it took me about a day to replace mine.
Also check the generator. Make sure it starts and makes electric. Many times the generators are not used and the carburetor gums up. Not a hard fix but the parts can get pricey.
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thanks everyone for your input, I'm going to go ahead and purchase it, the price is just to good to pass up
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OK now one of your ext tasks is to post pictures of it as soon as you can.
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