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Old 12-07-2012, 08:44 AM   #1
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2006 Country Coach

Looking at a 2006 Country Coach Inspire with 46000 miles, fully loaded with all the options. It has a 400hp Cat engine. The asking price is $119,000., which seems low! What are the proís & conís on this year & model?

Any info would be appreciated
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In '06 CC started having side wall problems. My best friend and travel buddy bought a new Inspire in '06 and sold it in 18 months due to growing problems with the slide out walls and some of the main coach walls. It seems that some wall construction was subbed out and by the time the problem came to light the sub contractor went out of business & left CC holding the bag.

I suspect that any sidewall problem would be visible by now and if it looks good it probably is.

The only down side I have ever heard about the Cat C9 is that it can't be equipped with a compression brake and the exhaust brake is not as effective. The competing Cummins ISL can be equipped with a true compression brake.
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Old 12-08-2012, 06:27 PM   #3
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You might ask the same question on the CC owners forum good luck
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