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Old 04-13-2008, 03:44 PM   #1
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Well, here I am again...bothering with questions. We are wondering if anyone out there ever had or has a GUARDIAN QUIETPACT 750 GENERATOR. Wondering if that is a decent brand? And what about one with 700 hours. Any thoughts?
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Well, here I am again...bothering with questions. We are wondering if anyone out there ever had or has a GUARDIAN QUIETPACT 750 GENERATOR. Wondering if that is a decent brand? And what about one with 700 hours. Any thoughts?
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John & Penny,
The Rexhall you are looking at lists for the following:
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$88,880 low retail $107,080 average retail
Options that I could see add 19,000 to its value..
Pictures look like it has good care, but that could just be a good detail job
That generater is a Generac, and I have no knowledge of it personally, but here is a link to discussions here on IRV2..Hope this helps...Good luck, its a good looking coach except for the few scratches and possible cracked fiberglas on the rear.. Try em at 70000 and see what they say,,who knows??
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Thanks for your answer. I have been talking to the dealer for the Rexall and he has accepted less than asking for the coach (70000.).
Our last concern on this coach is the 700 hours on the generator, is this too many?
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On a diesel gennie, although they got good use out of it, as long as maintenance has been performed regularly, that is not too high..Its less than 200 per year and if you break it down, less than 15 per mo. They recommend running them a minimum of 2 hours per month..
Just make sure the coach meets all your requirements as far as living arrangements while you are on the road. A lot of people go sour on the MH experience because they fall in love with one and then after having it for a while, realize it doesn't meet their expectations.
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Yes, that is what we did the last time we bought one, that is why I am looking at every little thing. I hated our last RV..it was a Coachman.
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No, I re-contacted the seller, it has 50 amp service, and a 30 amp plug for when it's needed.
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