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Old 08-10-2014, 07:18 PM   #15
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Welcome to the Forums; hope you find the perfect RV for you. I'm not going to say the ad for the '97 Winnie is a scam, but the same unit is/was for sale in Montana 1997 Winnebago Minnie for sale in Hamilton, Montana, Usa - Used RVs For Sale for $9K (same pics, same mileage, same VIN). There is a Montana phone number for contact, as well. If it were me, I'd go with a gut feeling and look at some other units.

P.S. Do your own homework about towing...NEVER let a salesman tell you what you can tow.
Also, I looked the info up online about towing capacity before we started looking for a TT instead of a MH. I have only pulled a small trailer a couple of times, my husband will be the driver! Thanks for the advice!!!!

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Old 08-11-2014, 06:01 AM   #16
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welcome to the Forum and best of luck on your search for that perfect RV.
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The Komfort is a decent trailer but it is an entry level in quality. Check it carefully for leaks. A 28' trailer may be too long to tow easily with the Expedition. Check out the towing specs for trailer length. I had a long trailer that I towed with a old full sized Chevy Blazer and it was a bear to keep behind me on the downhills and turns.
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Glad to have you here with us.

The deal on the Minnie sounds a little suspicious. Good luck on your decision.

Happy Trails!!!

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