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mikewats

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Has anyone bought a new fifth wheel from this company. i am looking to purchase a 2010 Carriage Cameo. These folks seem to have the best pricing. Thanks in advance for any information I can get on these folks.


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I've been looking into the RV Wholesale Club as well. I'm not quite ready to buy yet but possibly later this year. They do seem to have very good prices. They are located in Cincinnati. As best I can tell they seem to be somehow affiliated with Colerain RV but I'm not sure about that. I'd also like to hear whether anyone has dealt with them yet.


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My wife and I checked out that business, but decided to go with RVOUTLETUSA1 out of Danville VA. The BBB rating for RV Wholesalers was a B and the rating for RVOUTLETUSA1 was an A. The difference is pricing wasn't enough to sway me, and they did not carry the brand that we were looking to purchase. Good Luck


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I searched the East coast and found my best pricing on EBAY from Petesrv.com in Vermont. I then asked my local dealer to match it and they did. The local also beat the price on the hitch. I was willing to pay a little more to stay local, there is still some value in that.


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esfd243 wrote:

I searched the East coast and found my best pricing on EBAY from Petesrv.com in Vermont. I then asked my local dealer to match it and they did. The local also beat the price on the hitch. I was willing to pay a little more to stay local, there is still some value in that.


The above is the best plan (the results also!)

Shop via internet for the *very* best price you can find.
Make sure you stay "apples to apples"- each and every time you get a price.

That price is now going to be your "benchmark". Call the dealer to verify the price they quoted.

Check the dealers closer to you -"comparison shop"- to see if they will meet (or come close to) your benchmark price.

Now it's decision time!

How far are you willing to travel to save "xx" amount of dollars?

All of this is an assumption you are willing to *order* the RV you want.
If you want it "right now" (dealer stock) - it's a whole new negotiating ballgame.

Good luck!

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As I recall, when I was on the hunt, RV direct beat RV Wholesalers.

I wound up buying from General RV in Michigan. They had exactly what I wanted in stock and accepted my offer.

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I currently have a deposit on a trailer from Wholesale RV Club (Colerain RV) out of Cincinatti right now with plans to pick it up next week. I have to go to Dayton for work anyway so I figured I would drive instead of fly. Worst case is I get there, don't like what I see, get my deposit back and come home. Company is paying mileage so I'm good there.

I tried using their pricing as leverage for our local dealer but locally they wouldn't budge.

I will update after I pick mine up.

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Louba wrote:

I've been looking into the RV Wholesale Club as well. I'm not quite ready to buy yet but possibly later this year. They do seem to have very good prices. They are located in Cincinnati. As best I can tell they seem to be somehow affiliated with Colerain RV but I'm not sure about that. I'd also like to hear whether anyone has dealt with them yet.


they are located in cincinnati and dayton .. the colerain rv location has been in biz since 1968, midwest rv is the dayton dealership it is over 40 years old... both are solid dealerships, the wholesale rv club is their internet outlet .. good luck in your rv purchase.

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esfd243 wrote:

I searched the East coast and found my best pricing on EBAY from Petesrv.com in Vermont. I then asked my local dealer to match it and they did. The local also beat the price on the hitch. I was willing to pay a little more to stay local, there is still some value in that.



Anything "local" these days is "Made in the USA"IMO

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have not heard of them, check ebay, theres a lot of great deals on there, or try www.lakeshore-rv.com, they are known for super prices.

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