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Old 12-07-2011, 05:00 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by lyncjim

We have a Excel 5th wheel and it is four season, easy to cool and heat thermal pane windows and Fiberglas roof. It will belittle over your budget, but may worth the extra in long run. The company stands behind their product and are wonderful to work with.
We have a crossroads cruiser 26 rk. All aluminum frame all sides. We ordered it with gel coat fiberglass, thermopane windows, extra insul. Improved suspension. Pulls real smooth, no crosswind problems. Has over 4000 pd. CCC. Comes with trailer hitch suitable for pulling tandem, boat, utility trailer whatever up to 3k pds.
Only bad thing is standard Chinese tires should be avoided. Ordered right this is a winner

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Old 12-07-2011, 09:19 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by ROMANICHEL View Post
Own motorhome most of my life, but I am now switching to 5th Wheel for fulltiming, new to 5th Wheeler :I have purchased the Pickup, a Ford 2012 F-250 Heavy Duty We now need to purchased the 5th Wheel, any good suggestion for Fulltiming and around a 60K Budget. Thanks for your help
If you are going to actually travel 10k per yr. or more than a 5ver can't be beat. With a MH you are limited as to where you can get it worked on. A pickup can be worked on anywhere and you aren't kept out of your home while your drivetrain is being worked on. I've had both and I'll stay with my GMC 2500 and mid-profile 5ver w/no bed slide. That makes your pin weight much less. Good luck

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