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Old 09-18-2017, 04:52 PM   #15
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Here we go again on this "Beat to Death" topic. If you just can't sleep at night worrying about what might go wrong, then buy a plan. But in doing so, you will be spending several thousand $$$$$$$$ on something that might happen or might not. You are immediately out the amount of money you paid. The dealers and companies that sell these plans know they are making money on it, because the premiums collected far outweigh what they pay out. A few people will benefit , but more will lose part or most of the expensive premium. I have never purchased one and am tens of thousands of $$$$$$$$$ ahead for not buying one and never lost any sleep over it.
I agree but I am on the other side. I DO stay awake at night worrying - so, I bought one.
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Old 09-18-2017, 09:43 PM   #16
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A side note about Coach-net road side is included with the extended service plans and offers a tire replacement plan (hazard) for an additional fee.
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Old 09-18-2017, 11:06 PM   #17
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We bought a 3 yr ESC from Camping World with our 2000 used MH in 2013. It paid for the premiums + the $50 deductibles during the contract term in repairing items in the coach part, the chassis never has had a problem.
I did not buy another ESC, and haven't had any issues with the MH yet; guess the first 3 yr contract covered everything that was going to happen. BTW, the MH had been stored in a barn for 6 years prior to our purchase, that's what prompted us to buy the ESC.
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Old 09-18-2017, 11:19 PM   #18
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Had one once. We were lucky and got our money back when we cancelled although I had to hire an attorney to do it.

I prefer to pick what gets repaired and who does it. Don't like asking permission.
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Old 09-18-2017, 11:21 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by CountryB View Post

How is your ISX 650HP holding up? I read that these engines are expensive to keep running, and that the 650 has a lot of problems (Heads and Turbo, I think).

Have you had any issues or major repairs on yours? I hope all is well and stays well.

Good luck.
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If it is a beat to death topic...Crasher....why bother to comment.
Some of us are new to the forum...and haven't been on here for years.
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If it is a beat to death topic...Crasher....why bother to comment.
Some of us are new to the forum...and haven't been on here for years.
You must have liked my first sentence, as that's the only one you quoted. I followed it with my experience and opinion of ESC's, which is what the OP was looking for. Certain topics keep coming up with the same questions and the same people answer with the same responses. Extended warranty is one of them. Tire inflation in the most popular. A search on either topic will bring up all of the previous comments. But, you're probably correct in that new members of the forum have a desire to learn and communicate. That's just a part of becoming acquainted with other members........Travel Safe
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