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Old 08-27-2010, 07:42 AM   #1
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Currently I am livinging in PA but hopefully will be moving to GA before the snow falls. So it is time, hopefully all will work out, to buy a new or left over 2010 MH. Looking at HR Class A gasser on Workhorse but currently own an HR Class A on Ford chassis. Not sure and researching Workhorse/GM combination (help appreciated)staying with Class As'. It will be a live in MH for me and my dog. Fortunately GA has year round CPs with lower than apartment rents with all included.
Well that will be all for now. I am going to start lurking about. Again would appreciate any Workhorse vs Ford info for maintanence, reliability, driver fatigue, etc. Looking at 34 footers. Please, not looking for I am a Ford person vs Workhorse person. Just your personal and techical experiences.
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Please, not looking for I am a Ford person vs Workhorse person. Just your personal and technical experiences. TIA and don't forget to write!
Richard, In a 34 foot rig rig, you may not find many 2010 Workhorse rigs sitting around. A lot of them are being delivered and none are being ordered due to the 8.1L Vortec engine being sunset by GM. That said the 8.1L is a great engine and couple that to an Allison 6-Speed automatic and that's the cat's meow there. 50 steering gives you lots of maneuverability, Bilstein shocks will give you a good ride. One feature that you will enjoy is the Transmission Grade Brake (TGB). If you have the VIN# of a Workhorse that you are interested in, send me a private message with the last 8 digits of the VIN# and I'll check it for ya.

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Message with numbers sent. Thanks for the quick reply and help.
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