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Old 08-03-2015, 10:37 PM   #15
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You can read just about anything you want about every toy hauler made on here, but another "old" new player is the weekend warrior. They have 2 floor plans and fairly reasonable at $80k-$84k. They have a true 14' garage also and will modify to what you want which most of the toyhauler companies will not do. We have the Evergreen Tesla 3950, and so far...so good, but we looked at everything before we decided on the Tesla. A friend of ours is going to the WW plant next month for a tour. They were around before and sold the name to the new owners who really seem to understand what quality means, but time will tell. You really have to read about every manufacturer on here, because many who post on here have never really seen anything else but what they own...so you will get a lot of biased opinions on here. Do your homework so you won't have any regrets later.
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Yes, SuperDave is correct...many people just know their own unit and discount others. We have a Newmar X-Aire toy hauler and full time for 3+ years with two teen and its performed great. Now its heavy and 3-axles, but a quality rig. We are moving on to and going back to a motorhome, so PM me if interested. Happy RV hunting.
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Old 09-19-2015, 05:40 PM   #17
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Just ordered my 388 today. My sister has had her 385 now for 2 years and loves it. I hope it is as good as the one she got!
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Old 09-19-2015, 09:21 PM   #18
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Congratulations! We just picked up a new 2015 385TH Monday. We love it even though we've only stayed one night in it at the dealer parking lot.
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Old 09-20-2015, 01:36 AM   #19
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I am getting mine from Lazy Days in Tucson and they will have us stay in the park to learn the system. Hope you enjoy your new TH.
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Old 10-17-2015, 07:34 PM   #20
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The difference in Momentum and momentum M class is that the big momentum is on a 12x12 drop frame providing much more storage. The m class is on a straight frame. The only other difference is that the big momentum comes with 3 AC and an energy management system to switch between A/C's. I got to tour the 328 M today. It was not bad. A few trim issues. Lippert everything.

As a existing owner I would pay attention to above advice. 3 ac, big frame and additional inches in width are worth a lot.
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Got our 388M and its came with the 3 a/c and management system. Can't store anymore in TH because of weight. Our 388m and truck weight is 29,600lbs.
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Got our 388M and its came with the 3 a/c and management system. Can't store anymore in TH because of weight. Our 388m and truck weight is 29,600lbs.
Tow weight or pin weight? Adding cargo to the garage probable reduces pin weight.

Is the 29.6k actual weight?
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Total weight! I took pictures of the scale tickets and posted them on the Face Book page! I been backing my side by side in. Next trip I may pull if in to put more weight to the rear.
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