My first Foretravel was a new 2004 320 38ft and had a list price of just over $500,000. Paid $318,000 from dealer. Now a 2001 did not have a list of $500,000, secondly you could buy one for at least 25% off from Foretravel. So if you take the actual price paid the longevity of the motorhome and the current asking price the actual depreciation is far less the the poster would have you believe. Lastly all of you who blast Foretravel have you owned one, driven one ,or had personal experience with one. If not you can't possible be objective. There are great coaches out there that don't say Foretravel, unfortunatly most have gone belly-up.
Foretravel in Nacagdoches Tx sevices all brands of coaches. The foretravel uses HWH so they are very familure with some of the systems and carry parts for the air levelingb and slide systems. This might help you if your close.
I go to Sedona every year. The Rancho Sedona rv park can't be beat for location and use. They have seven spaces set aside for your size rig altyhough ther are others. Their cable and wireless is great. You shoild go by jeep to williams AZ about 60miles and take the Grand Canyon Railroad to the canyon. great day see enough and if you want more just drive the jeep there on one of your other days. Sedona is in the middle of some of the best indian ruins, rock formations and general natural beauty hard to find any where else with so much ease. Ton of back trails for jeeps.
Guy's I had 8 295-80-22.5 XZA2 Energy replaced Thursday last week. The only difference between the Michelin and the Goodyear is thir weight bearing capability at equal pressures. My Foretravel weighs close to 44,000 lbs and the XZA tires hold approx 500lbs more weight than the Goodrears. That was the reason for them being used in the first place. They cost $6200 installed including Cal sales tax.