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Old 03-01-2009, 11:38 AM   #15
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Tom: Thanks for the information. I may have to use them, depending on price. Good to hear you liked them. I have always had HWH, but they are quite a bit higher in price.
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Well Homer. Has been a log time and have not heard a word from you. So I guess with the dollar at it's low. You have not made a deal on the trade from A to C.

If so. Can not blame you for waiting for things to get better.
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Old 03-13-2009, 06:47 PM   #17
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Hi Tom, was just thinking about shooting a line over to you on the progress. I have had a sister come down with severe cancer and it has kind of put my immediate plans on hold for a little bit. Sister lives a fair distance from my home and I have been running over there a lot. I am going to try to find a day that I can run up to the dealer and see if we can put it together. I am sold on the idea, if everything works out. Thanks for asking. Homer
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Old 03-16-2009, 05:44 AM   #18
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Hommer, Can you tell me who offered to put jacks on for 2700$? Or is it part of a package with the new unit? Marvh
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MARVH: It was part of a negotiated price package on a new unit. I do not know what they charge normally. I think they take them to the Big Foot factory in Michigan for installation.
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We had a Cambria 26 A before trading for the class A. The corner bed was to small for 2 people and the Ford cab was always to small and hot for the DW. The fit and finish was impressive though.
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I can readily see why it would be on the small side for two. There is just me and a little calico cat that travel now, so it looks pretty good to me.
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Hi Homer. I'm at the airport killing time and I just saw this thread. I had a Class C and really enjoyed it. It was a 2004 31 ft. Jamboree GT and the only problem was the low CCC.

Now is the time to negotiate and use all the resources available to buyers.

Good luck and happy camping.
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