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Old 09-29-2017, 01:41 AM   #15
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I got my information off the same sticker you guys have. It is in the hall closet. I have the Pace Arrow. Not the Pace Arrow vision. It is the 20,500 chassis.
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I got my information off the same sticker you guys have. It is in the hall closet. I have the Pace Arrow. Not the Pace Arrow vision. It is the 20,500 chassis.
Can u take a picture of it? I'm interested in seeing it. I didn't know pace arrows had a higher load carrying other than tag axles.
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We are probably over .
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We are probably over .
Did you just break up with us? Lol. Sorry morning humor. What are you probably over?
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Did you just break up with us? Lol. Sorry morning humor. What are you probably over?


Weight . Our rig is probably over weight
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Weight . Our rig is probably over weight
Ahh yeah I'm pretty sure mine is as well. I haven't had it weighed yet. But with having so little carrying capacity there isn't much you can do. I just tend to slow down and not drive as fast. I upgraded my tires to higher load rating tires. And just try and take it as easy when driving. Not much I can do about it. If going long distances and I can get water somewhere near my destination I just carry a small amount to use till I get there and then fill up.
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Old 09-30-2017, 09:11 AM   #21
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Still looking

We did check out the Pace Arrow. Beautiful on the inside. Lots of bells and whistles but also some water stains from the roof. It has sat idle for more than six years. New owner has painted the roof and it has been in some pretty good storms since with no further evidence of leaks.

Also, the autopark had locked up and it is currently disabled. Been doing some research and if we did buy it I believe my first chore would be to replace the autopark with an air-operated system from Workhorse.

With the few negatives we found, I'd still like to have it but still looking while he takes care of some minor issues.

Thanks to everyone for your comments. They REALLY helped.

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Ended up with a '98 Fleetwood Flair 25Y. Just about what we were looking for for our first one. Thanks to all of you for your comments. They all helped.
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