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Old 12-24-2011, 09:42 PM   #15
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I have a 08 tiffin zephyr. It's my 2nd mh. I can't say enough about tiffin, bob tiffin had my my repaired in Colorado, returned it to my home and paid my airfare to get back home to get to work. Warranty work was always done well in red bay al. You just have to understand bible belt southern hospitality. I love it and my zephyr.
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Old 12-27-2011, 08:03 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by cnkinthebus View Post
Well written Deek. We are newbies and are extremely pleased with the 06 Essex we purchased. Craftsmanship is superb and even being the 3rd owner of this coach, the kind folks at Newmar and Spartan have gone above and beyond the call to answer our many questions and provide detailed info that we never would have imagined.
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Thanks very much.

It turns out that we were at the plant in '06 and took the full tour. Fabulous. Essex production was top of the line. If you get the chance to go, don't pass it up. You'll have lots of fun and be impressed to boot.

Maybe yours was one of the ones we saw!

In any event, the Essex is a show stopper and it sounds like you got a great one.

Enjoy to the max!

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