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Dogcliff

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Posted: 12/07/12 01:14pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So looking to stretch out...32' Adventurer is a bit too small for 3/4 time...So... think I am liking American Tradition. Price quoted @ 154k on THIS one. Similar unit HERE. Waiting on a quote.

Price seem fair? NADA base price is between 160-192.

(Real nice coach!)

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Lazydays just came back with 159k. It is a 2007 American Tradition 40J. Johnsons rig is a 40Z (aft bath). Any bath and a half oweners want to chime in? Do you love it, or a waste of space?

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Your links don't work for me. They're blank.

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Quote:

Your links don't work for me. They're blank.


Sorry...fixed.

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I like the colors and interior of the one from Johnsons........also not a big fan of lazydays!


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If it where me.
I like the AC Tradition, we loved the 2012 42m. So if you are 3/4 time I would go with a tag axle MH. CCC and hitch weight will give you more flexibility, IMHO. We are looking to upgrade and the Tradition is on our want list.


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Nothing wrong with Lazydays, they sell a ton of RVs so must be doing something right.

Suggestion: get on the American Coach Yahoo group and ask advice there. They are a great group and I'm sure you will get responses from owners of similar motorhomes.

Fleetwood has great factory support including a very nice service facility at the factory in Indiana.

Down side: the 2007 model was being built by the old Fleetwood before the bankruptcy and they were cutting corners due to cash flow. Check with the Yahoo group on any problems along that line, including front axle capacity issues.

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Posted: 12/07/12 06:24pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a 36' gasser bath and half and next will be likewise. Half could always be used for storage but I make good use of it. An issue for me would be the small black tank in that one.

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Bath and a half hands down, for us. First coach was 40S?,Discovery, hated the mid bath. 2 toilets, 2 vanities = much privacy.


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Had a 2006 Fleetwood Revolution LE 40E with bath and a half. Loved it. Had to sell due to medical issues. Just recently bought a 2007 American Tradition 40Z.
Same floorplan as the Revolution. The American Tradition is of higher quality and has upgrades. Bath and a half is great..wouldn't have anything else!

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