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Old 02-20-2009
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Whoa Jonathan, now that's service! I think a 2000lb CCC will fit your purposes beautifully.

David Brady
'02 LXi, NC
LOL

That picture was in the album for the coach he has for sale. I happened to remember it. It didn't have the axle weights, though. Looks like those were added to the thread, though.

Now, I just need to get my property sold AND convince the wife that the budget may have gone up from what I initially planned.
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Old 02-20-2009
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Well, best of luck, and low ball 'em, you never know!

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Old 02-20-2009
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Well, best of luck, and low ball 'em, you never know!

David Brady
'02 LXi, NC
I don't think they'll trade me even up on a 90 Winnebago. Of course, if they will, then I'm all over that one. Heck, I even bought the Winnebago from them back in 2001. I really can't make a move until that property I have sells. It would put me WAAAAAY out of my comfort zone financially and with the economy going in the dumper, its not a good time (not that there ever is) to take chances. For that matter, with my change in employment in the past year, I am already past the comfort zone as is.

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Old 02-20-2009
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Jonathan,

I've heard great things about the 380. The ride and handle are great. The
maneuverability is unmatched. George Morris. ex Blue Bird Wanderlodge
employee, told me a story of one falling six feet off a set of those
bus lifting jacks ( the type Prevost Car uses: one jack per wheel). There
was some minor body damage. They sent it in for alignment and the
bus was perfectly straight - a very strong structure. I'm not making it easy,
am I? <lol>

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'02 LXi, NC
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Old 02-20-2009
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Jonathan,

I've heard great things about the 380. The ride and handle are great. The
maneuverability is unmatched. George Morris. ex Blue Bird Wanderlodge
employee, told me a story of one falling six feet off a set of those
bus lifting jacks ( the type Prevost Car uses: one jack per wheel). There
was some minor body damage. They sent it in for alignment and the
bus was perfectly straight - a very strong structure. I'm not making it easy,
am I? <lol>

David Brady
'02 LXi, NC
You're an evil cruel man.

But, that is pretty incredible....especially when you consider that they have at least 1 slide. The only negative I have heard is that they did have some issues with delamination. All in all, an M380 perfectly fits for what the wife and I would use it. I'll just have to keep that on hold, though. Such is life.
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if you are scared ...........jump

thats a army thing though!!!!!!!!!!!!

best of luck with your new job and get a bird!!!!!!!
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I have a 2 slide M380 2004 , I think the single slide gives more room and One lessslide with the layout. I would get a so=ingle slide unit if I were to do it again. This is a great buy and a great dealer.
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