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Old 09-29-2012, 11:05 AM   #15
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When you see the documentation that comes with a CC you will be impressed. ALL wires are numbered too making troubleshooting (should you have troubel) much easier and cheaper to repair. Look behind some of the wiring panels..CC is hard to beat. Have worked and driven three of my friends CC's...all very high quality coaches.
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Old 09-29-2012, 04:16 PM   #16
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Hi Folks! Back again ...

Still expecting to purchase end of year - early next ...

Planning on buying new, either Newmar Dutch Star or Entegra Aspire ... but have recently seen a couple of outstanding used Country Coaches, 2008, 2009 or 2010 Inspires. A little concerned that CC was out of production, although latest news is they supposedly have new funding and will be back in production for 2014.

I am not familiar with them. They seem to have the same price categories + or - $350K, $500K, $800K. How does their quality match up with Newmar and Entegra? Anyone have or had one? Known positives and negatives? The CCs are all on Dynamax or Spartan chassis, 425hp Cat, side radiator, tow 15K, 43' tag, HydroHot, all the goodies ... plus IFS which neither Dutch Star or Aspire have.

I checked the CC owners forum - very few posters, little info, hoping general membership might know more????

Thx.

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I have a 2004 Mountainaire 4301 on a Spartan chassis with tag axle and IFS. I love this coach. The woodwork is great, the ride and handling is great and I love the tight turning radius. My next coach would definitely be 2008 or newer Newmar to get the "Comfort Drive", which I understand is incomparable. Just IMHO
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CC has had IFS since 2000 ride, handling and turning are great.
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Old 09-29-2012, 04:22 PM   #18
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When you see the documentation that comes with a CC you will be impressed. ALL wires are numbered too making troubleshooting (should you have troubel) much easier and cheaper to repair. Look behind some of the wiring panels..CC is hard to beat. Have worked and driven three of my friends CC's...all very high quality coaches.
Newmar wiring is labeled about every foot on the wiring, no need to even look at the documentation.
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Newmar wiring is labeled about every foot on the wiring, no need to even look at the documentation.
LOL! D - hard to beat!

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