as stated new to 5er's..been looking to upgrade from our tt, i have found a 99 (i think it might be a 00) price is right, appears to be in great shape, original owner (older gentalmen) has done alot of little nik nak things, it has an onbord 4800 gen, single slide very clean, anyone have any experiance with one of these, or just any advice on things to look for? the under side has galvinized sheet metal front to back and side to side, owner said this was from the factory, is whats known as a "belly pan"? any info would be great...thanks!
freedom , U.S.A.
Gulfstream sea hawks, are running from a low of 10,000 to a high of `13500 in THAT YEAR model.
IMO they are a high level entry unit.
1997 chev crew cab 454, 5 sp. 4.10
Stay away from any product from GULFSTREAM!! in my opinion.
I camp regularly with a couple that has an early 2000 Sea Hawk and love it. To my knowledge they have not had any issues with it.
2004 Chevrolet 2500HD D/A CCSB 4x4
2013 Sandpiper 365SAQ
Days camped in 2011: 22
Days camped in 2012: 34
Days camped in 2013: 26
I just sold a 1996 Sea Hawk 32 foot 5th wheel for $9500. It was in good shape for the age, although the awning was in rough shape.
I had it since the fall of 1998.
They had problems with the front hitch structure. There was a recall. I'm not sure what years were covered. Mine was fixed under warranty by the dealer.
They wanted to attach an external structure under the overhang to brace it up. I refused and they strengthened it internally. I have, however, seen Sea Hawks with external hitch bracing.
Mine had the galvanized metal underbelly too. And fiberglass insulation throughout the bottom too.
Ours was a mid kitchen and it had a separate sewer dump for that tank. It was a real pain to have to hook up the sewer dump twice every time.
We really liked our Sea Hawk. It was a good trailer.