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Old 07-23-2011, 05:20 PM   #15
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I would be more than happy to try and help.
Just FYI.... Lazydays is one of the biggest RV dealers (and service centers) in the country. They are in Tampa, FL.

We drove there from Chicago because they had the RV we wanted at the price we wanted to pay. It was not a 100% fabulous experience, but we love our knight, and it has been 100% great so far.

It's good to see someone from LAzyDays participate on the forum. Welcome!
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as for getting ther price down on your allegro... Just make em the offer, take iot or leave it.
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Old 07-24-2011, 10:32 PM   #17
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All 3 of our girls wanted a bunk, and we didn't want to have to mess with making a sofa into a bed every single night (that gets old fast).

We ended up with our Monaco, which is the rear "walk in closet" floor plan. The "closet" is 8'x6' and was more than enough room to build in triple bunks with enough space left over for drawers and cabinets to hold all their toys and clothes.

It is awesome to have a "separate room" for the kids, and they each have their own special private place in the coach. The kids love it, except my 10 yr old is trying to figure out how she can wire in Dish Network to her bunk video screen!
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I own a 2011 Coachmen Sportscoach DS385. Sleeps me,dw, daughter,s family of 7 (after we improved the cushions for the big bed up front) . We like it very much with just a few normal factory oversights. Paid 137k. With trade of 10year old 5th wheel. 10 - 12 mpg with 340 Cummins.
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We were looking for the same thing and looked at all bunk house units available. We decided on the Fleetwood Discovery 40G it has 2 bunks, king master bed and a air bed pull out sofa. The horse shoe dinette also collapses into a bed so it sleeps 7. Plus it had more features than the other units like satellite tv, outdoor entertainment, etc.. If you think this is a good option, let me know. I can provide good tips that I learned in my dealings with the dealer and Fleetwood that will save you $$$ and headaches.
would apprecriate all the tips I can get.
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I would be more than happy to try and help.
which is better choice? fix the list of things I don't like in the Damon or try and trade it for the Allergo RED? I really do like Tiffin in general
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would apprecriate all the tips I can get.
I would do the discovery, its a fleetwood.
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I agree with above, just name your price. Your price is not out of range. Not to add confusion, but you could buy a slightly used 2010 Discovery 40g in your price range. We looked at all the bunk models about 1 1/2 years ago and ended up with the 2010 Discovery 40g and found it to be the best floor plan for us. Good luck !
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