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Old 01-05-2013, 10:28 PM   #15
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Yes up till 2010 they had basement air.
Didn't they have lots of trouble with them so they went back to the standard roof mounting?
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:36 PM   #16
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Dave, Looks like a real nice coach, we looked at the Ellispe 42 and Tour. This deal sounds good to me, i'm sure as others have said that a better price may be there, however with new tires, warranty, sounds like the seller is working with you. And as you said you really like it. Good luck and let us know what you decide.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:56 PM   #17
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Didn't they have lots of trouble with them so they went back to the standard roof mounting?
No they have stated they really liked the basement air. But with the new EPA laws they had to add the urea tank and filter on all 2011+ models and had to use that area of the basement So they went back to rooftop Ac but now have lower profile to keep the extra inside height.
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Actually DEF was the reason they went to roof. They needed the space for the extra DEF exhaust equipment.

Basement air is no better or worse...meaning for every positive you can find a negative.
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Just saw that sellhomz beat me to the response!
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It sounds as if you have made up your mind and are in love with the coach. If you can afford the $142K, get the one you like and feel at home in. That's the most important thing to enjoying the MH and keeping it. Good Luck and Happy travels.
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Gary,

Please advise what the little flames mean? Do you get them for being a "supporter" for that many years?? Have tried to find the answer on the site...but, no luck.

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I've woundered about the flames too. What's up!! Is this some secret underground tent camping code?
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