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Old 11-07-2004, 05:10 PM   #1
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Thinking of upgrading

The time has come to upgrade. Thus, I find myself at crossroads. After owning A/S for roughly a year and a half, my choices are to continue with the A/S or get something else. I learned a lot of cool things, starting from zero.

I am thinking about a late 90's unit that's 32-34' and has more space and better insulation than what I have now. I learned from my A/S experience that I want double pane windows.

A/S of course scores high in terms of appeal and resale value. But are there any alternatives, like Holiday Rambler? Does it depreciate sharper than A/S? What about quality?

I am trying to decide between a 34' triple-axle Limited, wide body, and something equivalent from Holiday Rambler. I need brutally honest opinions on my choices. I keep hearing about problems newer A/S have, so which year is the peak year in terms of quality?
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