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Old 10-27-2014, 10:51 AM   #15
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Don't rush into the purchase until you feel comfortable. Ask the dealer to allow you time to have the inspections done. If the dealer balks it would raise a red flag for me and I would definitely consider walking away from the coach. JMHO

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Pre-purchase Inspection Reveals $30k in Hidden Defects
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Old 10-27-2014, 11:22 AM   #16
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Go by the rv parks in the area and the front desk will probably have a bulletin board or can give you suggestions about local techs....

If those are original tires they are WELL past their bedtime

While mechanicals and all are important, what's crucial is do you like the layout and color scheme

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Something else that's really important, are the maint. records available? Sometimes from dealers they're not. I know I wanted to know the history of our used coach when we purchased it, but I was able to get them because I bought from an individual. You may want to slow down a bit. There's an awful lot of motorhome's available to choose from, so don't settle for less than what you really want. I may get hammered for this, but I would consider a Cross Country at the lower end of quality diesel motorhomes.

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