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Old 02-27-2013, 05:42 AM   #1
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I was at the Milwaukee Rv show last weekend and saw a new entry in the 5th wheel market, I believe it was 36 feet long, very nice finish and a load of amenities such as a 4 door fridge, 42 and. 32 inch flat screens, 6 way levelers. Show price was 58K. Thought it was a decent price for what you got. Salesman from Burlington Rv said their is a 7 week build time at the moment. Just wondering if anyone else has seen this and what your thoughts are. To be honest, I'm kinda leaning towards this as a possible replacement for our aging '96 TT.
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Cool - another up-scale 5er with 7,000 axles. This trailer will be very nice. I noticed limited carpet which DW and I like. Less carpet is good.
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Look at the Columbus line, which is very similar, and you'll come in WAAAY under that $58k mark.
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We looked at the Solitude in detail. A lot of nice amenities. Some nice fine details for those that look. The price point is good for what it offers. For us, it was just too brown.
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