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Old 09-27-2005, 01:28 PM   #1
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Anybody using these or the Forest River Work & Play models?? Little more built for hauling cars instead of quads/atv's.
I'm curious if the $25K+ for the executive style
of living quarters in the Pace American is worth the upgrade cost......

Looking forward to hear if anyone has any feedback.

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Anybody using these or the Forest River Work & Play models?? Little more built for hauling cars instead of quads/atv's.
I'm curious if the $25K+ for the executive style
of living quarters in the Pace American is worth the upgrade cost......

Looking forward to hear if anyone has any feedback.

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Old 09-27-2005, 03:51 PM   #3
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I looked at those but my wife wanted more of the RV stuff so we settled on a WW. A lot more RV living and at least when I bought mine, will still carry a jeep, car, etc. Apparently the new ones are so heavy that the CCC is not enough anymore to do that safely, or at least real close. I like Forest river products though.
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I looked really close at those ... really liked the idea ... but couldn't find one that could easily be lifted out of harms way. And they all had very limited suspension travel. More of a highway hauler. Most didn't have a bed other than the wall couch. Everything else was the ticket in my book!
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