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Old 05-27-2007, 06:44 PM   #1
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Hello, 1st post here.

Looking at buying a new Puma T31-FKBS as a live aboard for the next couple years. It seems to be one of the better built units in the price range.

I will be travelling from base to base over the next 2 years, for 4-8 months per location. Just myself. No pets, no kids.

Any thing good, bad or ugly about these? The coldest area I will be in is Norfolk, VA, and I will be in South Texas (NAS Kingsville) this summer.

Local dealer can do $24K out the door with a new WD hitch, brake controller and hoses.

Just trying to sanity check it before I buy. Thank you for your help!
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Hello, 1st post here.

Looking at buying a new Puma T31-FKBS as a live aboard for the next couple years. It seems to be one of the better built units in the price range.

I will be travelling from base to base over the next 2 years, for 4-8 months per location. Just myself. No pets, no kids.

Any thing good, bad or ugly about these? The coldest area I will be in is Norfolk, VA, and I will be in South Texas (NAS Kingsville) this summer.

Local dealer can do $24K out the door with a new WD hitch, brake controller and hoses.

Just trying to sanity check it before I buy. Thank you for your help!
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