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dodge guy wrote:

Sounds good. just look closely for water damage, Under all windows and at the corners near the floor. As well as the roof seems.

The chassis portion will be just like a car. check all fluids and make sure there are no lights on.

Personally knowing the chassis. I would be more concerned about any "house" issues.

Yes I'm more worried about the actual house issues especially water damage. Not really worried about appliances etc.


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I went to look at the coach today. It seems to be in very good condition. No water damage and the outside looks very nice. I'm hesitating on buying as the online photos make it look allot roomier then it actually was. Trying to decide if there is enough on the positive side to outweigh the negative of being a little cramped. I'm 6'2" so I need a little more room than some. Thanks again for the great replies. I appreciate it.

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If you are hesitating that means you are not 100% convinced this is the RV for you. The problem is that once you sign the papers, you ARE 100% committed to completing the deal. There are many many more RV's out there and I think you should wait until you find one that better suits your needs. You will know it when you find it. Good luck in your search.

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What model number is it? And what part of it feels cramped?


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