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RE: 2008 Tiffin Allegro

It didn't take long to find the unit in Airdrie.. a bit of an odd one I suppose. Bunks right in front of the master bedroom? No oven? but the price seems good. I suppose, if anything should make you look elsewhere, it's the very idea of a bit of an odd one, and when you choose to sell it, it will be considered just that. But if you need bunks, it looks like a nice rig. That's the one....any class a with bunks is pretty similar. They also have a new unit but it's pushing $220k so it's not going to happen. It really is a nice unit, and drives fantastic. No oven as the micro is also a convection unit.
OktsCamp 12/08/13 05:25pm Class A Motorhomes
2008 Tiffin Allegro

We have sold our F-350 and 5'er and looking for a class "A" diesel. I have come across a unit that we really like....just looking for some opinions. Its a 2008 Tiffin Allegro 35QBA, 300hp front cummins diesel. It has 23000kms and it beautiful shape. I have owned one class A before...an older holiday rambler. Actually took this Allegro for a test drive...and drove beautifully, lots of power. Are there any downsides with the front diesel as opposed to a "pusher". Only curious. On edit...looking at the specs, the only real issue I see is that this particular unit has tanks that are alot smaller than I would have expected. Other than that...4 slides, and looks great.
OktsCamp 12/08/13 04:49pm Class A Motorhomes
Hitch question / weight

I currently tow a 5,er that weighs in around 12k loaded with a pullrite supergilde 15k hitch. I am looking at a different trailer that has a GVWR of 15,460k, and dry of 12,000. Based on what I was empty on my current unit I had about 1600lbs of weight added not including water. I figure the new unit will weigh in around 14-14.5k. Am I ok with my existing supergilde or do I need to buy the 16 or 20k unit. Trouble is, if I do that my existing industry standard rail set up will have to come out and replaced with a new rail kit. I am certainly willing to do this, but curious to know why you think. Opportunity I save a few bucks if its possible. I won't sacrifice safety so if I new to get the 16/18 or 20k unit then so be it. Thanks
OktsCamp 06/09/13 10:56am Fifth-Wheels
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