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We bought our Sandpiper from RV Wholesalers they saved us alot of money and the service is Great we had Brad Jackson they are a christian company the owners have devotion every morning before they go to work with their employes but I would buy from them again!

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Yes, I don't remember seeing any Montanas on the RVWholesalers site when I was searching all over for a new FW. I think you will find that people who have purchased through RVWholesalers have, by and large, been very happy. And, I believe they have a nationwide network of dealers who will perform warranty work on the trailer of your choice. When I asked, a dealer 25 miles away was in their network, didn't have a dealer here in our little town.


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It depends on the financing deal you get with RVW. I would never turn down a thousand bucks when everything else is equal. I don't think I would BLINDLY let ANYONE finance my RV (or anything else) because usually you can do better yourself, simply because you have no third party taking their cut. I'd get ALL of the details (best financing on your own, actual rate from RVW) and do an ACTUAL comparison.


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wprice5441 wrote:

For what it's worth I talked with a Montana customer service rep on the phone who said montana had gotten a lot of flack from custimers who bought through rv wholesalers who ended up with shorted items on their 5th wheel, smaller ac's than promised, missing spare tire and other things. Montana removed them from their dealer network


Are you sure you have your facts straight? RVWholesalers in Ohio has never, in the past five years, sold Montana.....


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For what it's worth I talked with a Montana customer service rep on the phone who said montana had gotten a lot of flack from custimers who bought through rv wholesalers who ended up with shorted items on their 5th wheel, smaller ac's than promised, missing spare tire and other things. Montana removed them from their dealer network

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You can actually drive to RVWholesalers and save the delivery fee. That was what I planned on doing if I would have bought from them. I would assume that the PDI would be done when you get to the site and you would be able to watch them doing it. There are also campgrounds around there and they suggest that you can stay in one of them for a couple of days to get acquainted with your rig. Driving up there and back can save you a bit of money over having it delivered. The site has a place to calculate delivery costs, I believe.

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Got a Question, when buying from RVWholesalers. How do you do the PDI and then they fix all if anything you find wrong? Being most have to get them delivered to there home?


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We bought our 1st TT from RVWholesalers. We had a great experience. I live in Michigan and we drove down did the walk thru and they had us spend the night, in the morning they asked and fixed anything that was wrong.


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eggineric wrote:

Hey guys,

Thanks for the info in the past. We have decided to get a Sabre 32BHOK-6. We just have one more problem, well right now, haha. Through RVWholesalers.com we can save an additional $3000 today if you finance at least $10,000 with them. I have talked to a dealer in Tennessee and they have came down to within $1100 of RVW with no financing gimmicks. They did say if I wanted to finance, it would be 2% less interest. Tennessee is 630 miles from me which is 30 miles closer than RVW. The dealer in Tennessee seems to have a better reputation than RVW. I know you will have good and bad everywhere. Am I stupid for paying the extra 1100 and having a little peace of mind when that 1100 would pay for my whole vacation and picking up my trailer? This will be a little getaway for the wife, the baby, the dog, and me. Even though it will be 1300+ miles on the road haha.

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Before you buy check out Cheyenne Camping Center in Walcott, IA. We bought our first new TT there and they cut us an awsome deal. They carry the Sabre. $29,999 for your 32BHOK-6 when I checked a few muinutes ago!!


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