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Old 07-11-2015, 06:51 PM   #1
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Rockwood or Flagstaff?

Is the only difference in the Rockwood and Flagstaff A frames the outside color
? We are looking at Rockwood R122S and R122srx but Flagstaff dealers are closer to us.
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Only difference is outside graphics and interior decor.
Built in the same factory and same assembly line.
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My Rockwood salesman assured me that Rockwood's have better resale value than Flagstaff campers.
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My Rockwood salesman assured me that Rockwood's have better resale value than Flagstaff campers.
Funny, my Flagstaff dealer said the exact opposite.
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Funny, my Flagstaff dealer said the exact opposite.
They both can't be right. But they both can be wrong. So I'll go with wrong.
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Don't forget to look for Coachman's Clipper or Viking brands too. The main difference seems to be the use of a removable storage box at the front of the Coachman campers, instead of the built in trunk.

Coachman is part of the FR division of Berkshire Hathaway so Clipper or Viking owners can still hang out here with us. Which we all would agree is what's really important. Right?
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Don't forget to look for Coachman's Clipper or Viking brands too. The main difference seems to be the use of a removable storage box at the front of the Coachman campers, instead of the built in trunk.

Coachman is part of the FR division of Berkshire Hathaway so Clipper or Viking owners can still hang out here with us. Which we all would agree is what's really important. Right?
do they make A frames, which is what the OP is looking for?
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do they make A frames, which is what the OP is looking for?
Yes.

Coachmen has models equivalent to the A 122 and A122s but with a slightly higher GVWR.

Coachmen RV - Manufacturer of Travel Trailers - Fifth Wheels - Tent Campers - Motorhomes
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Comes down to personal preference and most importantly...which dealer you like most.
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Coachmen has models equivalent to the A 122 and A122s but with a slightly higher GVWR.

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good to know. haven't seen anyone purchase one of these, on any popup or RV forum.
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