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Old 10-30-2013, 09:52 AM   #1
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Tiffin Allegro Bus Chassie choice

Need some info from some one in the know. I am helping a friend sell A 2007
Allegro 40 ' Bus with a Freight liner Chassie . Getting questions about which
Is better for that year Sparton or Freight liner Which has a side radiator. I have
A maxim on my journey so not familiar with the Sparton .[moderator edit]

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Old 10-30-2013, 01:33 PM   #2
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Both chassis makers used the side radiator in the 40' Bus. The Phaeton carries a rear radiator. I had a 40' 2008 Bus and loved it. We ran it almost 75,000 miles before we turned it in on the 2013 this January. When we bought the40' 2008, I drove the Tiffin Allegro Bus with their Powerglide chassis as well as the Spartan and Freightliner. I picked the Freightliner as it had a firmer, more steady ride than the others. My criteria was a high speed lane change, a low speed hard turn, a maximum brake stop from highway speed and the overall feel of the ride. The 2013 is only produced in the Tiffin Powerglide chassis, but it's superb. We have 22,600 on it and have had it through the frost heaves in Yukon and Alaska and it was way better than the 2008. A vast improvement.
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