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Old 12-28-2011, 12:36 PM   #1
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Opinion: 00 Damon Challenger m-310 33'

New to class A so would appreciate your info
on a 2000 Damon Challenger m-310 33', Vortex
workhorse chassis, super slide, 36k miles,
excellent cond, $17000. Owners or previous owners.
Also other info on simular units (newer or older)
Thanks, James
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New to class A so would appreciate your info
on a 2000 Damon Challenger m-310 33', Vortex
workhorse chassis, super slide, 36k miles,
excellent cond, $17000. Owners or previous owners.
Also other info on simular units (newer or older)
Thanks, James
Welcome to iRV2.com! Glad you joined and posted your first question.

You should be aware that the coach you are considering ( if on Workhorse chassis ) is built on their P-32 chassis, the design of which they inherited from Chevy. It will have 454 cu.in. Chevy motor and a GM 4 speed tranny and independent front suspension (coil springs over air bags). It will most likely also have the infamous J-71 Auto Apply Parking Brake (AAPB) which most owners have found to be somewhat problematic. I suggest you scroll down to the Workhorse forum here on iRV2 to learn more about the P-32 in general, and the J-71 AAPB in particular. Ed
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