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Old 01-01-2009, 04:40 PM   #1
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We are looking at a 2000 Phaeton on a Freightliner chassis with a Cummins 260 and Allison 5 speed. I have tried to do some research and I can not find where Tiffin made the Phaeton before 2001. I think before that it was an Allegro Bay Pusher? But this one is titled as 2000 and has a 2000 sticker on the side by the door and Phaeton decals all over it. Also, he states that the chassis is not air ride but is on springs? Is that right for the Freightliner chassis? What kind of ride can we expect from that? Any concerns over the 260 Cummins or Allison 5 speed? Thanks a ton in advance!

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Hello All,

We are looking at a 2000 Phaeton on a Freightliner chassis with a Cummins 260 and Allison 5 speed. I have tried to do some research and I can not find where Tiffin made the Phaeton before 2001. I think before that it was an Allegro Bay Pusher? But this one is titled as 2000 and has a 2000 sticker on the side by the door and Phaeton decals all over it. Also, he states that the chassis is not air ride but is on springs? Is that right for the Freightliner chassis? What kind of ride can we expect from that? Any concerns over the 260 Cummins or Allison 5 speed? Thanks a ton in advance!

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