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RE: Limited selection

:hWhat makes ya think GD's are better than any other brand out there???? I have two friends with them and they have the same problems as any other brand,I have met a few folks with a Columbus over my 8 years of full timing and I have not heard them complain Pick a 5er ya like do a good P.D.I. and go with itNeither one is better than the other. They are all pretty much the same quality. If you want a better unit I suggest that you look at the Grand Design line. Ken
topjimmy 07/17/19 10:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Late model truck for hauling a 5th wheel.

That would be my answer as well, As far as the 2001-2004 Dmax Injectors most of them have been repaired by owner or replaced on GM's 10 year Warranty by now other than that the LB7's are one heck of a motor as I have had two of them along with my Fantastic 07 LBZ DMAX/Allison (in most peoples opinion the best DMAX made:B ) Define late model. If you're going newer than 2011 they are all pretty good. Prior to 2011 avoid the Ford diesels. If you're going way back avoid the Duramax from 2001 to 2004.5 the injectors were problematic. If you're going for a late '90s to mid 2000's Dodge avoid the automatics. In my personal experience GM trucks have proven themselves extremely reliable. I don't buy them because I like the name, I buy them because they give good service in my business over and over again.
topjimmy 07/05/19 06:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rockwood 5th wheel roof rafter material

full aluminum exterior frame including roof trusses
topjimmy 06/20/19 04:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 50amp surge protector ?

Progressive Industries 50amp portable for 6 years now here on the RAINY Washington Coast and Never a problem
topjimmy 06/19/19 10:45am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is older really better than newer....

BADLY!!:(There is no such thing as a new trailer. As soon as you sign the dotted line it's a used unit and has already depreciated.
topjimmy 06/08/19 11:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is older really better than newer....

Like was said before the older Excels, Teton,Holiday Ramblers,Cameo, Hitchikers etc.. were built like brick poop houses but other than those brands I have had a 2004 Montana a 2012 Monty and my current 2015 Montana and all have been pretty much trouble free and the same construction quality but all in all I will take my 2015 out of all of them just for the better suspension ,refers,6 point auto level, better Pin boxes,less carpet more wood laminate floors etc....although my 2012 had most of those things as well
topjimmy 06/08/19 11:21am Fifth-Wheels
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