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Old 05-20-2014, 05:33 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by kiethco View Post
I just bought a 1998 34 wds. It has the ISB 275 cummins and the 7.5k diesel gennie. I looked at 40' coaches and decided to stick to the 34', same as my Pace Arrow. I paid 35k and it was from the original owner with 58k miles. Brand new tires.
The ride is amazing coming from the P30. I drove a few DP's and they all seemed to ride about like my 34' on the test runs. I'm glad I didn't drive too many more, I might have had to upgrade. But it's like the computer things, after Pentium 5 and 1080 resolution tv's, after a while the difference is unnoticeable.
As far as HR quality, I found it to be right up there with other higher end coaches. The only thing is the interior is a little dated, but compared to what? As long as I don't go to the RV shows and walk into a $300,000.00 coach, everything works as it should and is very comfy for me!
We have a 2000. We did our own updates, these shots are without the black shades and valances I installed later.
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