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If the price is right for you and you like the floor plan,Go for it !!
Over 6 years full time and traveling with our '04 DA and we are still happy with it.


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Let us know what you did.


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salem wrote:

I guess my question would be (I know, it's about time) is just how much should we be concerned about the fact that it was lived in, although basically part-time.


Of course it's been lived in. Every RV is a used one on the second day. No Big Deal.


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We have an 03 HH2 LS, and are really happy with it. The factory people are great even if your out of warrenty. If something does go wrong, or you want to make modifications, they will send you any info onthe trailer you need; furthermore, they will take the time to help you troubleshoot systems. They are really great people.

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We're still trying to decide if we want to deal with the hassle of selling our current RV. In today's economic condtion it could set in my driveway for a long time with us still making the monthly payment on it. We really appreciate all the positive responces we received. Thanks loads.

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