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Old 12-31-2011, 08:55 AM   #1
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Principal differences between select and select limited

Am curious what the main differences between a select and a select limited.

I know there is a 100hp larger motor and a Spartan K3 vs K2 chassis but what else structurally or cosmetically is different.
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Am curious what the main differences between a select and a select limited.

I know there is a 100hp larger motor and a Spartan K3 vs K2 chassis but what else structurally or cosmetically is different.
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Is it worth the premium just for stainless basement doors? Are there any structural or interior fitment benefits.
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I've attached brochures for the 2007 Select Limited and the 2006 Select; I'm not aware of any meaningful changes to the Select from 2006 to 2007.

You will find numerous differences between the two lines. The chassis difference is enough by itself for some buyers!
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File Type: pdf 2007 Travel Supreme Select LTD brochure.pdf (1.34 MB, 160 views)
File Type: pdf 2006 Travel Supreme Select brochure.pdf (1.81 MB, 94 views)
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