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Old 06-05-2013, 12:19 PM   #29
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I love those Pace Arrows. Definitely on my short list of potentials when I was recently in the market. She looks great! Keep up the great work.
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Old 06-08-2013, 12:30 AM   #30
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Cant believe I forgot to mention the tires as they cost me a fortune Replaced the back four, front had been replaced recently.
How much did the tires cost? we're looking at use MH's and want to figure out what the tires would cost if needed. you can PM me the price if you don't want to post it for all to see. just trying to get a ball park figure for replacing tires.

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How much did the tires cost? we're looking at use MH's and want to figure out what the tires would cost if needed. you can OM me the price if you don't want to post it for all to see. just trying to get a ball park figure for replacing tires.

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It depends on the tire requirement. The heavier the coach the more $$$ the tire. You can expect a range of $400-$800 per tire for 22.5 " wheels.
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:00 AM   #32
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How much did the tires cost? we're looking at use MH's and want to figure out what the tires would cost if needed. you can PM me the price if you don't want to post it for all to see. just trying to get a ball park figure for replacing tires.

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I got a little shorter tire than the standard michelins that are outrageously over priced. I got Samson tires which are chinese, a bit shorter, but same load as the michelins. I've had good luck with them in the past and hate to buy foriegn brand but it saved me about $2000 dollars. Seems to have less sway in the back as I believe they have a little bit stronger side wall. Expect to spend about $500 per tire.
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We bought our Winnebago UA used. Put a little money in it and it has been great. Yours looks very nice and will save you a lot of money over a new one.
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Wow, she's a beauty. Elbow grease is a priceless commodity in an RV.
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Old 06-17-2013, 08:07 AM   #35
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New to us '04 Pace Arrow 35g with 13000 miles on the clock. She sat in an RV storage lot for quite a while so we are still getting all the reconditioning done. Work in progress. Fuel filter, wires, plugs, vent kit, water line for ice maker, slide toppers and some interior exterior TLC. Still hasn't had the caliper recall done on her which will be next week and a leaking leveler (minor). We've owned since March and have been using her every weekend to include a 6 day trip to Avila Beach...Beautiful. Thanks for looking.
Thats awesome we love it down at avila beach and we are heading to pismo beach for a week come this saturday
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Finally

Got a Picture of our new to us MH 1982 Pace Arrow 48,000 miles & 250 hrs on the gennie. Saved it, she went from storage to his driveway under a tree and then back to storage for 6 years , she looked really bad before almost black from tree sap and mold. 8 hours of pressure washing. Just got done waxing her, again. The interior is near Perfect,(original) We can't dance on the floor like yours. (Carpet) Some day we will have one like yours. Now lets get out and enjoy our MH's,
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Sad that such a nice unit went neglected...I know of many like that, simply because their owners aren't using them, but are too stubborn to sell them for a reasonable price.
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Cant believe I forgot to mention the tires as they cost me a fortune Replaced the back four, front had been replaced recently.
Congrats on the new to you coach! I have always loved the look of the Pace Arrows and almost bought one myself. Tires are a [moderator edit], we also had to bring a coach up to spec in our last one which was a 1999 HR Endeavor but when you're done it's worth the effort.

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Sad that such a nice unit went neglected...I know of many like that, simply because their owners aren't using them, but are too stubborn to sell them for a reasonable price.
I too am a car nut, I just wish they made a trailer that she would ride on.
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