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Old 06-03-2010, 10:04 PM   #1
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88 pace arrow motorhome

Just thought i would put this out there to see if some one wants it, we dont ever use it and there's other things we would like to do.





Has 97,xxx miles, 2 a/c's onan generator, new dual exhaust, new tune up with plugs ,cap and rotor and wires,
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engine a/c dosent work
asking 4500
located in Midland

possible trades let me know what you have
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Old 06-03-2010, 10:11 PM   #2
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what are you looking for trade wise?
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Old 06-03-2010, 10:22 PM   #3
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would like a smaller 5th wheel between 20 and 30 foot
would also consider : parts and or projects, some firearms, 17 al. beadlock in 8 lug, d300 flip kit a set lomax 4:1 for a 300
any of these or a combo of these and cash would be ok. may even consider a daily driver car

Just hit me up with whatcha got and ill see
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Old 06-05-2010, 09:24 AM   #4
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Old 06-05-2010, 11:38 AM   #5
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How road worthy is thing? Would you take it out on the road towing a rig behind it?
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The only towing i have done with it was a bbq pit trailer across town and i loaded the buggy up on my buddies small 16 trailer and towed about twenty miles and it did ok. as long as you dont get in a hurry it dose fine.
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88 pace arrow motorhome

I think the blazer I'm looking at might be a little heavier than that buggy. Tempting though.
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Old 06-06-2010, 06:04 AM   #9
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How road worthy is thing? Would you take it out on the road towing a rig behind it?
I have a 1988 31 footer with the same drive train. I tow my jeep and it dose fine. There are times it's a little slow (high winds or a steep hill) but for the most part it does just fine (speed limit +).
I think all the crap plus the Jeep I'm hauling over 8,000 lbs. I went to Monkey Creek and got 7MPG and that ant no bull. Heck some tow vehicles get that and they don't have a fridge to put your in.
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I have a 1988 31 footer with the same drive train. I tow my jeep and it dose fine. There are times it's a little slow (high winds or a steep hill) but for the most part it does just fine (speed limit +).
I think all the crap plus the Jeep I'm hauling over 8,000 lbs. I went to Monkey Creek and got 7MPG and that ant no bull. Heck some tow vehicles get that and they don't have a fridge to put your in.
That's reassuring. I've been wanting something like this, but been hesitant to tow with a gas motor.
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That's reassuring. I've been wanting something like this, but been hesitant to tow with a gas motor.
Make sure the fan clutch is in good shape it will over heat I changed mine because it was getting hot now nooo problems what so ever. It is noisy.
You wont be sorry it's great. Ya pull in and your all set. Wife can make you a sandwich while your going down the road. I don't go wheeling so I can camp I like being comfortable and taking a shower at night is great.
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