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Old 10-27-2014, 09:41 AM   #31
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Thanks, sherman12. You are right about the amenities for a lower price. I know that when you buy a new motor home you will have issues. I have been through this before. However, when I trade up it will not be a Forest River product. There is a difference between poor quality and a small problem here and there. The hydraulic lines are completely defective and in my mind FR should be replacing every single one of them that are bubbling. Lippert should be standing behind their products also. The first thing I will look for on my new rig will be Lippert products. If they are there I will not be buying that brand of motor home. Anyway, you get what I'm saying.

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Old 11-18-2014, 06:00 PM   #32
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The XL's come with a heavier chassis, 22.5" tires and can be built with a driver's door. the regular Georgetowns have 19.5" tires. Both the reg. and XL's have their own floorplans. I have a 335DS that we liked the floorplan of but it is not available in the XL model.

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