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Old 10-07-2013, 10:20 PM   #15
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Have you had it weighed? Make sure you get at least axle weights but better yet, 4 corners.

Of course, try to get it weighed with full water & propane. You should be able to estimate the weight of fuel needed to fill the tank. For the most part the fuel weight is reasonably well balanced L/R and mostly on the front axle.

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Old 10-08-2013, 05:24 PM   #16
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Mine is a 42DS04 also 2006 model, only difference I can think of is the other two feet and tag axle............that is a VERY good price for that coach. Brought it home yet? JB
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Not home yet but hopefully by the weekend. So far only found a few defects but mostly cosmetic. The wife is already planning to do some minor decorating but other than that we should be ready to travel. Love the amount of storage on this coach and my wife likes having an oven.
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Old 10-08-2013, 07:48 PM   #18
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Do they both have the same internals.

Air Conditioners
Generator size
Roofs (one piece fiberglass or metal)
Dual pane windows
What size are the slides
Basement doors (which way to they open)
Power (Cummins or ??)
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Do they both have the same internals. Air Conditioners Generator size Roofs (one piece fiberglass or metal) Dual pane windows What size are the slides Basement doors (which way to they open) Power (Cummins or ??)
Dual 15k A/C
8kw
Some up, some sideways. 1 with full slide out
Windows dual pane
400 HP Cummins
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Old 10-13-2013, 09:13 AM   #20
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If the DW loves the TS IMHO if you are smart the decision has been made.
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We decided on the TS. Wife is redecorating. Ready to travel next week.
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