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Old 04-29-2015, 11:46 AM   #1
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Evergreen 5th wheels

Just a few questions as this company came out of nowhere to now build some of the best 5th wheels on the market. Evergreen used to be really a snall operation building lite weight trailers. Now they build the LifeStyle, the Alfa Gold and the Bayhill.

Which is their better unit, Bayhill or Alfa Gold?
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Old 05-27-2015, 10:11 PM   #2
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Wow no answers yet? In the research I did, the Alfa is better due to the frame being an in house built "Titan" frame they use on the Lifestyle where as the Bay Hill uses a 12" I-Beam Lippert frame. Other than that, topside structure is pretty much identical outside of finishing. It really is a matter of what you like though.....is the frame difference and a few "extras" (water filtration, electric shore cord reel, ect.) worth 20 to 30k more? I have the Bay Hill 385BH, which I love! But if I had the extra chunk of money, I wouldn't mind having the new Alfa with the side load bunk room so I could still have a room for the kids AND a rear living, but for the money my Bay Hill is fabulous to me!
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