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Old 04-13-2014, 11:13 AM   #1
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Presently have a 39 ft 205 , 2 slide Endeavor, 400 Cummins. Looking at a 35' 208 neptune, 2 slide, 340 cummins. Both Motor homes are in good condition, mine has 31000, and the 208 has 8900. One of the big reasons to downsize is the ease of getting on to my property to park the Motor Home. Previously had a 35' gas, and had no trouble--39', just the 4 extra feet presents a problem, can make it, but it takes some time. Finally the question--am I going to see much of difference between the two in handling and power, and is there much diff.in quality.

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Old 04-13-2014, 12:56 PM   #2
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The Neptune is farther down the HR pecking order than the Endeavor. Therefore it probably does not have all the amenities and equipment found on the Endeavor. Also, it probably has a smaller Cummins.

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Old 04-13-2014, 09:25 PM   #3
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Take the time and squeeze the 39 footer
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What is the actual lenght of the 35 they call ours a 36 but it is actually 37ft 8 inches long so there may not be enough difference. I thunk I agree with taking your time going in or cut s few trees if necessary.
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