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Old 09-05-2011, 05:27 PM   #1
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Advice on new/newer fifth wheel

I think its time to replace my 2000 Sunnybrook and am looking at new and used RV's. Jayco, Artic Fox and Big Horn are some I have looked at and liked so far. Thinking of either new or a 2008 or newer used if I find one in great shape. Would appreciate info on problems current owners have with those brands. I use mine in fairly cold weather during Montana's bird and big game hunting season so need one that can take the cold. Thanks.

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Old 10-17-2011, 09:35 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by jjorg View Post
I use mine in fairly cold weather during Montana's bird and big game hunting season so need one that can take the cold. Thanks.
I am considering a DRV (Elite Suite/Mobile Suite/Select Suite) for it's insulation. The walls are 3 1/4 inches thick and are R16. The roof is R25 & the floor is R29. With double pane windows, it is one of the best available in this regard.
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