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Old 05-12-2015, 02:48 PM   #1
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Is there or not?

i Just wondering if Forest River products have a pecking order....brand or otherwise?

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Old 05-12-2015, 07:55 PM   #2
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I guess it would depend on what sort of RV you are looking at. Not all brands cross all types of RV. For their travel trailers I would hazard a guess at their Rockwood Signature Ultralite being the top of the range. For fifth wheel RV's I'll stick my neck out and suggest that Cedar Creek is the top of their brand list but then I do have a biased.

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I believe Aviators are pretty near the top of the TTs with a $90,000 MSRP, but have been discontinued.
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If you're wondering about Rockwood specifically, I'd say it's a medium quality trailer line along with the Flagstaff brand. I'd say Wildwood and Salem are probably their "value" brands. Not too sure about their other brands.

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I would assume so, every manufacturer is like that, you have top of the line, midgrade and then the entry level. That way a manufacturer can offer a wide array of products to meet the price demands of consumers.
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