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Old 01-23-2012, 08:55 PM   #11
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Sounds like I could've got our 2010 A126 for a bit cheaper...paid around $10,000 new. I should've argued more--just didn't want to deal with it. I was by myself and I am sure they saw me coming.
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Old 01-24-2012, 12:09 AM   #12
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Sounds like I could've got our 2010 A126 for a bit cheaper...paid around $10,000 new. I should've argued more--just didn't want to deal with it. I was by myself and I am sure they saw me coming.
If back then you thought you got a fair deal then try not to worry about it. No matter how well of a deal I think I got on something I always find someone else with a better deal. I think that is how life plays out.
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:05 PM   #13
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Sounds like I could've got our 2010 A126 for a bit cheaper...paid around $10,000 new. I should've argued more--just didn't want to deal with it. I was by myself and I am sure they saw me coming.
Sounds like a deal to me. Our dealer had only sold one other A-Frame and I think they were worried they would be stuck with it over the winter. Our 2011 had a late 2010 build date I believe. That's they only reason I think we managed a little bit under 10K.
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:33 PM   #14
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Looking for a ROCKWOOD A122. or FLAGSTAFF T12RB.. We have Forest River dealers in Tennessee.. but nobody carries them. Found a leftover 2011 A122 (but is "sale pending").. and a 2011 A128. What would be a fair price for these?

Also.. those who own and are used to setting up and taking down the camper.. I know it is pretty simple and quick.. but how strenuous? I have some back problems and am subject to aggravating the problem with heavy lifting, etc. How heavy are the walls and top? Does it take much effort to push up and pull down? How does the system work? Hydraulics?

When I owned a pop-up.. it seemed to be a pretty good work out.. pulling those bed ends out.. and especially getting under the bed ends to insert the braces.
We bought a 2012 Flagstaff T12 for around $11k. The 2012 prices have gone up. It's easy to put up but spend and extra $50 and get a battery-operated drill to help lower the stabilizers. That's may be the hardest part on your back. We love ours; actually camping in it as I type @ Florida Caverns State Park!

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