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Old 11-29-2014, 08:41 AM   #29
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Test drive the coach and make sure it rides well... Is all I can say!! I personally sold a Monaco dynasty with this r10 chassis everybody thinks is so great. It rode super rough in my opinion and felt very hard riding. Also lots of vibration through out. I spent a lot of money trying to make it ride good... I ended up putting new tires. New wheels. New shocks. New driveline and countless of hours in mechanics trying to make it smooth which all agreed the ride was not nice. I now own a 45 foot coach with the Freightliner chassis which is a beautiful ride. Independent suspension 55 degree wheel cut and rides like a Cadillac . Roadmaster is known for its stiffness an non sway chassis and you should know the ride reflects that. Monacos are built beautifully and the quality is awesome but getting to your destination is not so pleasant.

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Old 11-29-2014, 08:55 AM   #30
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Motor homes and boats are similar in that everyone who owns one, owns one that is three feet too short. Buying a 45 footer will max you out on length (if I remember correctly), so that shouldn't be a problem. If it's your first MH,
I'd immediately get to a driving school with it to learn how to drive it. (unless you drive big rigs for a living). You don't want to make all the mistakes with your new rig.

2004 Tiffin Allegro 27.5 ft. P32 18,000 lb GVW. 8.1 liter. Workhorse chassis built May 2002. 21,000 miles. 2012 Jeep Liberty Toad. RVi2 brake unit.
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