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RE: A used Newell, what do you think?

You can usually tell a bath and a half Newell from the windows. In the very rear of the coach on the passenger side if there is a small window it's probably a 1-1/2 bath. My '98 doesn't have that window and is a mid walk through bath. Oh and there are a few mid-entry Newells with a window in the door. Just not very common. Like Clarke said they are all custom built. Yes they are heavy, we full-time in a 45' 2 slide 1998 and carry more than we probably should. We still have about 1000# carrying capacity and a 10,000# towing capacity. Newells are built to a different standard than most other motorhomes. The best way to tell the year is from the front end design. Like others said check out newellgurus.com there is quite a bit of info there.
folivier 07/14/14 06:19pm Class A Motorhomes
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