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Old 10-06-2010, 04:28 PM   #1
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How good is it

am looking to trade my 93 Class C 30 ft no slide for a 2000 Sandpiper Fifth Wheel 32ft with 3 slides am not concerned about a tow vehicle yet as will be parked for a year hence the trade is that a good unit any one know or have an opinion
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How much money are they giving you? JMHO.


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I do not like to talk negative about any RV's, but, Sandpiper is a Forest River product and they have had more then their share of problems. I know of a dealer that has dropped them because Forest River would not stand behind their warranty. So this is a word of caution. Take as you may. JMHO
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