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Old 02-28-2014, 08:42 AM   #29
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One thing, and not trying to persuade - just inform. The "previous owner" of a used coach often went through all of the headaches of getting all of the little or major things fixed on a new coach. Often a lightly used coach is MUCH less troublesome then a brand new one. I have talked to a few people at campgrounds that bought new and had the coach in the shop 3-6 months of the first year of ownership. Some people never had any problems, just sayin'

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My opinion as well and we've only bought one vehicle new in our lifetimes.
There's also, a nice sack full of money that comes with not having to get all the bugs worked out and some of this money can be made available for any unpleasant surprises, but a good going over, should prevent this, in most cases.
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