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Old 03-04-2019, 12:19 PM   #1
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Was tired of the 5th wheel

We just bought a FC 30' after owning a really nice 5th wheel. The 5th wheel just had to many moving parts to worry about with all the slides, the hydraulic jacks,,etc…,,,It was great if you set up for a long time but if you wanted to run and gun not so much. Like my AS salesman said we wanted "Simplicity at its finest".

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We did exactly the same thing for exactly the same reasons.

The best surprise, though, has been the PEOPLE. From the moment the wheels stopped moving at our first rally, we were greeted as "family".
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Old 03-04-2019, 05:19 PM   #4
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Sold our 5th wheel after the kids were gone, simple and less headache was our main choice for a Airstream. Yesterday at Sarasota Mall we saw several new fivers, Would never go back to one.

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