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Old 01-15-2016, 07:42 AM   #1
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Coachman Chaparral ?

I looked , but no owners forum. Can someone comment on a basic quality standpoint on these 5th wheels ??? We are just looking,,,, there is a 06 locally for sale... It seems they have several good things,,, "on paper" ... What do you think ? Monkey

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Old 01-24-2016, 05:20 PM   #2
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We have owned 2 Chaparral 5th Wheels. A 2013 345bhs and we just purchased in November 2015 a 390qsmb. We have been generally satisfied with them. They are not Mobile Suite quality, but for the money they are fine. Small issues (the door to the bunkhouse was sticking, one of the electric jacks was catching) were both fixed immediately by the dealer. We like the spaciousness of the floorplans, well thought out storage. Routine maintenance , which is a must no matter what you have, is necessary to keep your rig in top shape.
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