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kennethwooster wrote:

I noticed where the names of Carriage and Cameo are coming back. As a owner of a 2011 Cameo this made me a little sick. Knowing they could probably never get the quality in their units as the original Carriage. The articles don't say but probably a Lippert frame. My goal will be a new Lifestyle, using the old Carriage quality.


Nothing wrong with a Lippert frame! It’s who specs the frame. Mobile and Elite Suites are Lippert and just fine!


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kennethwooster wrote:

I noticed where the names of Carriage and Cameo are coming back. As a owner of a 2011 Cameo this made me a little sick. Knowing they could probably never get the quality in their units as the original Carriage. The articles don't say but probably a Lippert frame. My goal will be a new Lifestyle, using the old Carriage quality.


Nothing wrong with a Lippert frame! It’s who specs the frame. Mobile and Elite Suites are Lippert and just fine!


Except for Lippert’s known quality control track record, failed or missing welds, ect. !


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Nothing wrong with a Lippert frame! It’s who specs the frame. Mobile and Elite Suites are Lippert and just fine!


Except for Lippert’s known quality control track record, failed or missing welds, ect. !


Like I said.

Most want light and cheap and that’s what Lippert delivers.

EXTREMELY rare you hear of a Mobile or Elite Suites frame issue.

YA gets whats ya pays for!!!

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Oh my I read your posts in regards to the Carriage products. We had a Cameo and traded it for Royals International by Carriage back in 2011 buying brand new 2010. Owning these two made heads turn especially the Royals. My husband does not want to do away with it, but me on the other hand do. Well at least I thought I did, till you see the difference. I can't do away with it now either. I wanted something more modern inside and maybe a change in floorplans. As of now it will stay with us, unless someday we find somebody that will appreciate it as much as we do. Built great pulls smoothly and great workmanship. Hail to Carriage!!!!

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Are you posting under two names?


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I haven't been on this forum for years so trying to remember my login and username. Looks like in 2004 I joined but than in 2006 I must of joined again using a different username. How do I omit one?


I just notified the moderator about this

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