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Old 04-08-2012, 03:40 PM   #1
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New Sabre 34 REQS in Nova Scotia

Traded our 2006 Jayco TT for new Sabre 34 REQS 5th March 1st. Managed to get it out for the first time this weekend even in our early spring weather. ( -3C) at night. Beautifully finished and very roomy. As I have seen others on the forms say, appeared to be best value for $ to us with all the features and fully loaded.

Have been looking at the fourms for the past month and found them extremally useful, already pointed me to a few gotha's and adjusments. Discovered a few items on the weekend and will post on similiar threads for possible ideas, but overall very pleased and looking forward to getting out as the weather warms.
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Old 04-08-2012, 05:37 PM   #2
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Best of luck with your Sabre. It's a beautiful rig and you will really enjoy it for years to come. And you're right, a lot of bang for the buck.
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:21 PM   #3
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Glad to hear you like your Sabre. All I read is positive things about them. After 2 RV shows, alot of looking, searching, and comparing we narrowed our shortlist down to three, Silverback 29RE, Jayco 351RLTS, and the Sabre 34REQS. Gotta agree with you about bang for the buck. We thought the Sabre offered more of what we had on our wants/needs list so ordered one with the thermopane windows option in late Feb. Currently awaiting 'the call' from our dealer to inform us it's in. The dealer is the same one we purchased our 2008 Jayco TT from that we're trading in. Although I will admit I did love the L shaped couch in the Jayco 351RLTS.
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