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Old 08-31-2005, 09:32 AM   #15
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The Limited was (is?) an options package that included electric stabilizer jacks, leather upholstery and a few other items.
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Maybe on a later model, but all of the 84's (about 4 of them) I have seen, none of them had leather interior and none of them had electric stabilizers. They do have items like ice makers, vacuums, processor station in counter, and upgraded cabinetry.

The best trailer I ever towed was a 34'
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Old 08-31-2005, 09:38 AM   #16
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thank you so much

Thanks so much for your input!!!! I was blown away to find the camper had a central vac and factory food processor....good items for a almost full time young family!! We will probably spend some time up north too. Bricklayers wages are more than double up there than they are here
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towing

We sholudn't have any problem towing I don't think w/ a 02 F-250 Super duty 7.3L 4x4. We have to lower it back down though. (It's on 37's)
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Old 08-31-2005, 11:32 AM   #18
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Maybe on a later model, but all of the 84's (about 4 of them) I have seen, none of them had leather interior and none of them had electric stabilizers. They do have items like ice makers, vacuums, processor station in counter, and upgraded cabinetry.

The best trailer I ever towed was a 34'
Now that's an interesting tidbit I didn't know! Our '94 Limited doesn't have an ice maker, a vacuum, OR a food processor station. It does have the jacks, leather, and the nice honey oak cabinetry.

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We bought a 34' Excella about 6 months ago. Everything works on it. We went from Northern New Mexico to Souther California at the end of June. Tow vehicle is a Dodge 1500 with a Hemi. We paid $10,500.00.
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I have not been in any of the 1990 and up units. I have seen some from outside and I did notice the electric jacks, (cooool)

Here is what I am used to seeing on the older limiteds.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/FANTA...72426666QQrdZ1

I did forget to mention the aluminum alloy wheels
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I have a 1984 34' Limited that has central vacuum, built in food center, and ice maker. I do not have electric stabalizers (darn) or leather.

For the record, I love mine. It is very easy to tow with a Dodge 2500, actually I think it tows better than the 27 ft. Overlander I had. The only complaint I could possibly come up with is that it is hard to keep the bedroom cool in the hot South Carolina summers. I even replaced the air conditioner with a brand new one hoping that would help, but in the hottest part of the day, it still doesn't seem to keep the back cool.

Good luck with your quest for the 34' trailer and I hope you find one you like as much as I like mine.

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