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er78mph

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Posted: 03/10/19 06:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hello and thanks to all in advance!

So our starter trailer has treated us well but father time is catching up with the rig! I just started a quick search and MAN so many brands!!! I was wondering if some of you could share top brands or experiences shopping for a NEW travel trailer? We are looking for up to 25', at least one slide, lite (up to 5000 dry), open floor plan, and simple. We have a 2015 f150 and have to work with the truck we have?? Also any SoCal dealer recommendations? Thanks!!

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If you can hold off your purchase until October, go to the RV Manufacturers Show at the LA County Fairgrounds in Pomona. Great place to comparison shop. Pretty much every manufacturer is there with the various brands and models- Travel trailers, 5th wheels, motor homes, vans, everything. The larger RV dealers are also there. There is also a KOA next to the fairgrounds if you want spend more than a day.

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Our friends were treated well at La Mesa RV off of HWY 52 in Kearney Mesa Area. They found a better deal with a private party on an RV that better fit their needs.

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I bought at La Mesa RV in Kearney Messa, the bear II. Could not beat their deal...an out the door cash price with NO attempts to add on when I picked up.

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