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RE: Fifth-Wheel Longevity?

Thank you everyone for the great reponses and advice. So consensus seems to be that a 10-15 year time frame, with good maintenance, is a reasonable assumption. This will help with our long term financial planning so thank you all. We do have some experience with dozens of 2-3 week trips and a couple of 8 week trips as well. We rented a variety of RVs to see what woudl work for us. Great advice on a one year break-in period too. We will definitely plan on that.
ComanDanteRV 08/01/19 09:20pm Fifth-Wheels
Fifth-Wheel Longevity?

I am in the early stages of research for going full-time. Exciting! My wife and I are early 40s and if all goes well we might be living this lifestyle for a few decades. So my question is on the longevity of fifth-wheels. I realize there are probably many variables in this equation. My goal is simply to have a very rough idea on how often we might be expected to need a total replacement. Are most people getting 5 years, 10 years, more our of their fifth-wheels when full-time? Anyone out there with real world example of decade plus full-time? Thanks in advance!
ComanDanteRV 08/01/19 10:52am Fifth-Wheels
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