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Blaster Man

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Posted: 11/17/18 06:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

tropical36 wrote:

rjr6150 wrote:

Close to pulling the trigger on a 2019. This will be our first MH have had 3 5th wheels.

Any insights on the model 4579

Should be a nice one, but my preference for the same dollar amount, would be for a slightly used King Aire or maybe a London Aire.
Should have less problems than a new one and with a large chunk of depreciation already gone.


Same here, any new coach will have it's share of problems. I'd buy a unit a few years old...save lots of money and the problems will be worked out (hopefully)


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Tuff time to buy. Plants have so many temp employies now. They are trying to keep up.I would wait for a little slide in economy . I rather have the 15-30 year vets build mine. And I am looking for an upgrade also. My company supports the employees at the plants. Nothing to do with production

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Posted: 11/17/18 08:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

tropical36 wrote:

rjr6150 wrote:

Close to pulling the trigger on a 2019. This will be our first MH have had 3 5th wheels.

Any insights on the model 4579

Should be a nice one, but my preference for the same dollar amount, would be for a slightly used King Aire or maybe a London Aire.
Should have less problems than a new one and with a large chunk of depreciation already gone.


X2. Many great buys on slightly used coaches.


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Posted: 11/17/18 11:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Blaster Man wrote:

Same here, any new coach will have its share of problems. I'd buy a unit a few years old...save lots of money and the problems will be worked out (hopefully)


Buying used? no guarantee you ain't buying a lemon, You better now what you are doing.
Buying new from Newmar ? having them go over every system in the coach prior to delivery, your problems will be minimal.


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Posted: 11/18/18 05:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks all

Going back to the factory after the holidays to tour and ask tons of questions. Actually didn’t know picking up from the factory was an option. Definitely keeping that in mind.


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