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Old 08-11-2017, 08:02 PM   #1
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To Buy or not to buy is the question/Gulfstream/Endura

Please help this excited newbie. Considering a 2007 Gulfstream/Endura diesel 31ft motorhome. Can we have heads up on any and all concerns, warnings, etc. Thank you sincerely.
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Please help this excited newbie. Considering a 2007 Gulfstream/Endura diesel 31ft motorhome. Can we have heads up on any and all concerns, warnings, etc. Thank you sincerely.
What engine is in that model, chev or ford?
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We had a 2005 endurance with a 6.6 lly duramax we put a lot of miles on her in Alaska just like anything else there's up keep only thing we didn't, like was no inverter for coach other than that it was good . We now have a class a and like the extra room in the front safe travels Bob,Linda & missy
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