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Old 04-28-2013, 10:23 PM   #1
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Infinity 5th wheel

I am looking for comments and or opinions on new Infinity 5ver by Dutchman, looking at 3640RL or 3850RL Thanks

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Old 05-06-2013, 08:25 PM   #2
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We have a 2013 3850RL. We love it. We have had it for a year, and due to the long winter here, we haven't been out much this year. Looking forward to getting more use soon. What questions do you have?

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Old 05-07-2013, 12:27 PM   #3
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Judy H, thank you for the reply. DW and I bought our first 5er 7 yrs ago, and knowing what we know now would not have bought that particular one, we have learned a lot and so far some of the things we find in the Infinity meet our needs better. we do, and will live in it 24/7/365, I do not see much written by others concerning the Infinity. So I just wanted to know how others felt about these units and what I might have missed in my research. I do know it is not in the high end market, or the low end for that matter, questions are normal, how built, things to look at, problems etc.
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The Infinity is the top level of Dutchmen. It will be a very nice unit. I would expect 7,000lb axles and better than 'E' rated ST tires for a full time unit. Also it should have at least 12" I beam frame. Boxed frame or stacked frame is better.
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I am looking for comments and or opinions on new Infinity 5ver by Dutchman, looking at 3640RL or 3850RL Thanks
You have probably purchased something by now. Whether you have or have not I'll give my opinion.

We went to the largest rv show Tampa Fairgrounds in January 2012. We looked at all 5ers. We kept going back to the Infinity. We really liked the lay out of the 3850RL and the woodwork interior. I liked the fact that it had the largest bedroom slide in the industry. It has the most cabinet and wardrobe space. We liked the amount of space beneath the counter top. We love the painted color combination. We also, have a remote that operates our three slides and awning.

We found our 3850RL Infinity in Indiana and purchased it there in March 2012.

We have traveled 7000 miles with our coach. We spent our winter in Florida.

Ya, we've had a few issues that were taken care of under warranty. What 5er hasn't?
Dave & Patty
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