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Posted: 11/16/11 06:35pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking at buying a Stealth 3516 fifth wheel toyhauler.
Anybody own one of these or any Stealth toyhauler?
How is the quality so far?
Do you have any issues with Stealth?
Any info would be appreciated.

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Posted: 11/17/11 11:11am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Got a friend with a Stealth TH and he hasnt had any issues. His is not a Fver. Forest River has a pretty good TH.


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Been looking at 5ers as well, the only negative thing that stands out to me is they still use 15" tires and I did not see a 16' option.


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I have the Stealth RG3210 with 16 inch tires. Other than your standard gotchas we love it. What we liked the most was the open floor plan. If you have any questions feel free to ask.

From Stealth website.
15" Alloy Wheels (SA2714)
16” Alloy Wheels (RG3210,SA3516,CR3716,CR3918)

http://www.stealthtoyhauler.com/index.html


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jdmac1 wrote:

I have the Stealth RG3210 with 16 inch tires. Other than your standard gotchas we love it. What we liked the most was the open floor plan. If you have any questions feel free to ask.

From Stealth website.
15" Alloy Wheels (SA2714)
16” Alloy Wheels (RG3210,SA3516,CR3716,CR3918)

http://www.stealthtoyhauler.com/index.html


I will check that out, I won't buy any T H with 15" wheels.
I do like alot of the features of the Stealth.

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Posted: 11/17/11 01:31pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A member of our club has one, about 6 months old. He loves it, has had zero issues and he's out 2-3 weekends a month.


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nayther wrote:

A member of our club has one, about 6 months old. He loves it, has had zero issues and he's out 2-3 weekends a month.


So you're saying he's been out 12-18 times?


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Thanks all for the replys.
I am going to buy a Stealth SA 3516.
I hope the quality is as good as my last Weekend Warrior.

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I have two freinds that bought a Stealth and are more than happy with them. They are the number one selling hauler in California for a reason.

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thebudman wrote:

nayther wrote:

A member of our club has one, about 6 months old. He loves it, has had zero issues and he's out 2-3 weekends a month.


So you're saying he's been out 12-18 times?


NOT sure exactly how many times it has been to the DEZ, but I know they are out there alot, way more than most peeps for sure.

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