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Old 10-13-2013, 04:54 PM   #15
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Specifics would be helpful.
what would you like to know
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Old 10-13-2013, 05:56 PM   #16
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Damon is the worst coach I ever owned could never afford a Tiffin have a 2007 Expedition by Fleetwood on a Freight liner of 5 coaches i have owned this is the best
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A few basics would be helpful:
~Model, Year, Mileage of the Damon?
~Purchased new or used?
~Problems experienced?

Since the OP has found 2 similar models (from Damon and Tiffin), your experience might be significant for their shopping.
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Working on getting all info it's been a couple years since we dumped it
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Old 10-15-2013, 03:18 PM   #18
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Our was a Damon intruder 2000 38 ft 40000 miles fell apart on the first trip pay to Florida one ac quit half way to Florida lights were a nightmare called Thor science the bought them no help on drawings no help of any kind.
Had a similar wiring problem on a 1993 Coronado Fleetwood one email they supplied me with all drawings an info we needed .

Took a big hit at Lazydays dumped it bought a 2007 Fleetwood Expedition few problems over the last year Fleetwood provided all the information I required to repair it myself

I'm sure there are people out there with other experiences but I am in a park where 2 new Thor Challengers came there complaint is poor workmanship and getting the fast shuffle from the Dealer and manufacture . I think in the end it's all a crap shoot but I like to have Fleetwood in my corner. Just my humble opinion
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Our was a Damon intruder 2000 38 ft 40000 miles fell apart on the first trip...I think in the end it's all a crap shoot but I like to have Fleetwood in my corner. Just my humble opinion
Thank you for the details...Sorry for your problems.

Seems the Damon Intruder was a mid-grade gas powered RV that was discontinued after 2007: http://thormotorcoach.com/media/docu...0_intruder.pdf
I don't see a 38" model in the mfgt literature, but they looked like very nice RV's with a large slide, lots of hardwood, and good floor plans.

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Old 10-15-2013, 07:30 PM   #20
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The one thing I can say it was beautiful inside yes v10 ford not bad towed a Ford Explorer

Now I have a cat great engine toe an h2 now my Damon was some kind of mid year change never saw another like it interior looked more 2003 than what is was
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