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Old 04-05-2017, 01:35 PM   #1
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2005 Beaver 40 foot

We are looking at a 2005 Beaver and have been impressed with what we see and would like to have other people's comments.
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Jerry, we have a new to us 2005 Beaver Patriot Thunder Lexington, 40' w/ tag axle. Whats not to like? Its a great rig! Let me know if you have any questions, or PM me and we can get long winded.
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Old 04-05-2017, 04:27 PM   #3
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What model are you looking at?
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Beaver made a fine coach. When we were searching for a new coach, we looked hard at Beaver as a good choice. It came down between Beaver and Country Coach for us. We just happened to find the Country Coach that fit us and that's the way we went. I really came close to a 45' Patriot Thunder at one point and even called back about 30 days later (and it was already sold).
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The unit is a Beaver Monterey 40. Thanks again for all your comments.
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I looked at a Laguna 40 last year down in Ft Meyers. I was impressed with the build quality of the Beaver. Solid core doors, engraved mirrors, upper notch accessories, and drove well. The coach was a little weak on maintenance items but could have been a nice coach again. The coach was a little out of reach for me. I looked at another online that was in AZ - it was a rear radiator though - ruled that out.
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