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Old 06-26-2014, 12:44 PM   #1
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You can spend 250k - you want a tag - you like a full wall slide... and..

Imagine this.

You can spend roughly 250k.
You want a tag axle.
You like a full wall slide.
You like a bath and a half.
You would love for the tv to be in a spot that's integrated with the living area...
New? take it or leave
You want 3 a/c


what do you buy
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These would be on my list to test drive.

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Old 06-26-2014, 01:33 PM   #3
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I been eyeballing that dynasty, it's pretty nice. Wonder if I could move the couch out a little and install a tv lift behind it.
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Old 06-26-2014, 02:06 PM   #4
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Our Phaeton has everything you mentioned...except the full slide...we opted for the 4-slide version. One year old at the dealer and never sold. Was able to negotiate a 33% discount.....to less than the 250 you're looking at.

Keep in mind that the full slide coaches usually are constructed such that the wet bay is under the slide. Makes it very difficult to access.

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Yeah I've certainly looked at the tiffins.
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Something to consider: I have had two class A's and the first one we could stop and have full access to everything without having to put any slides out ( it had 4). Made quick stops and rest areas very quick and easy. We now have a full wall class A and we can not get to the back bath or closets without putting the full wall out. We do have the 1/2 bath forward and access to everything else. But, if you are going to boondock often, having to put the full wall out might be a consideration instead of just going back and flopping! We have had a lot of 5th wheels but this is only our 2nd class A diesel and you keep learning.
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Something to consider: I have had two class A's and the first one we could stop and have full access to everything without having to put any slides out ( it had 4). Made quick stops and rest areas very quick and easy. We now have a full wall class A and we can not get to the back bath or closets without putting the full wall out. We do have the 1/2 bath forward and access to everything else. But, if you are going to boondock often, having to put the full wall out might be a consideration instead of just going back and flopping! We have had a lot of 5th wheels but this is only our 2nd class A diesel and you keep learning.
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HA that thing looks like a beast for sure!
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Sounds like a FW Discovery would fit that order, all slides in can walk front to back and open fridge. In our 40e put out the passenger slide and lots of room for quick lunch
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Basically looking at the same price point on the 42WX. Yes, American Revolution is what we want, but this is 30 to 40K less yet you still get IFS, Aqua Hot, Tag, 450 horse, Jake and a great floor plan with well integrated couch and tv



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Imagine this.

You can spend roughly 250k.
You want a tag axle.
You like a full wall slide.
You like a bath and a half.
You would love for the tv to be in a spot that's integrated with the living area...
New? take it or leave
You want 3 a/c


what do you buy
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The 43' Ventana fits your bill too.....oh wait, the TV location might not be to your liking. But Newmar makes a great coach and you can't beat that comfort drive.

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All I know is that the guy with the 08 King Aire ate something in the neighbourhood of $400k + taxes for the pleasure/privilege of owning NEW. Is new that important to you?
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