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Posted: 05/13/20 08:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are looking into a new Fleetwood Discovery LXE 44H on the Freedom Bridge Chassis. Any information on this chassis or Fleetwood construction would be appreciated. Fleetwood has been around 65 years and have some innovative ideas and not exaggerated pricing. Our 15 year old Sportscoach has served us well and now its time for our final senior life crisis. Stay safe and be well to all.

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Never heard of that chassis. Must be something they are making in-house.


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Look up. Matts RV reviews on you tube. He just did a very good review of the Fleetwood Pace Arrow LXE. It's on the Freedom Bridge chassis. Just something to look at.


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Fleetwood Freedom Bridge

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Hi everyone thank you for the replies. Would like to hear from someone who owns one of their discovery LXE units. I've watched all the videos and looked at the Freedom bridge at last years Hershey show. Most likely have to take one for a test drive. You have to give and take when putting together your ultimate choice unless your last name is Rockefeller or you have a winning Lottery ticket. Take care to all we are waiting for things to open and then hit the road. Be safe out there.

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Looks like a takeoff of the 20+ year old Winnebago Ultimate Freedom chassis... new and improved after Winnebago’s patent expired.
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Fleetwood’s copy:
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* This post was edited 05/17/20 09:48am by Ivylog *


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