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Old 07-25-2015, 08:15 AM   #1
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Allegro Bay

Hi, looking for opinions from anyone familiar with allegro bay motor homes.
I believe they are made by tiffin. looking at an older model (96) for the family. did a google search and couldnt find much.
Im pretty handy mechanically, so age of drive train does not really scare me. More wondering about build quality of the coach. It is on a GM drivetrain.
any insight are appreciated

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Old 07-25-2015, 09:22 AM   #2
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Tiffin , is the manufacturer , and is thought to be one of the best as far as quality products is concerned.
B-in-L had a 2005 Allegro Bay, 35' on a Workhorse, W-22 chassis , and the only real issue he had was the coach was heavy , leaving very little , Cargo Carrying Capacity. The CCC is the weight the coach can carry , without exceeding the GVWR ( Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) and it's a number that's, required to be posted on a weight sticker, that can be on a cupboard door or in a closet somewhere in the coach.
You have to be aware of the CCC on any unit you consider , and many older RV's didn't have much capacity and were easy to overload, leading to handling and other issues.
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