The tip top of Fleetwoods towables was the Triumph. However, Triumph was a dark trailer (walnut cabinets, dark solid surface counters, dark carpeting and even darker wallpaper) and was a marketing failure because of it. Some liked the dark library feel but most liked a brighter, more cheery, 5er. They also were costly with out as much value for the $ as other 80,000 trailers. IMHO, it would be better to look at other units. Fleewood, despite being the largest rv manufacturer, was never known as being a quality manufacturer. They would bring units out under a name and then drop the name if sales were poor. Then, under a different name, they were remarketed all over again. Now that Fleetwood is no longer in the towable market, you will have to rely entirely on the dealer for support . Not a great place to be in. Be wary of Lippert frames. Fleetwood used them on many of their units.
-Paul R. Haller-