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  • JEBar
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    Originally posted by Agent Provocateur View Post
    We found a "used" 2008 Salem LA 312QBSS. If it was used more than once or twice, you sure can't tell, and the price was right -- $18,500.
    hope it serves you well and aids in making many happy memories for you and your family

    Jim

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  • Agent Provocateur
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    We found a "used" 2008 Salem LA 312QBSS. If it was used more than once or twice, you sure can't tell, and the price was right -- $18,500.

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  • JEBar
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    Originally posted by Agent Provocateur View Post
    Well, I bought one yesterday, so we're no longer in the market. Thanks, all.
    just curious ... what did you choose ?

    Jim

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    Originally posted by Agent Provocateur View Post
    Well, I bought one yesterday, so we're no longer in the market. Thanks, all.
    Looking forward to some photos of the new rig

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  • Agent Provocateur
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    Well, I bought one yesterday, so we're no longer in the market. Thanks, all.

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  • PhotoJoe
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    One thing I would NOT call a Sunset Creek is a good winter camper. I'm in SoCal where we have two seasons. Hot and it's about to be hot again!

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  • Agent Provocateur
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    We've been looking for quite some time, and done a lot of research. We're checking RV Trader and RV USA periodically, but those listings seem dominated by dealers. Dealer prices on used units are not acceptable to us.

    We'll be watching the local Craigslist ads closely, as well as following ebay listings. Something will turn up.

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  • JEBar
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    due to your location, it might pay you to look for units with higher levels of insulation which could easily expanded the length of your camping season on both ends .... the suggestion to take a look at NADA value ratings is a good one .... some brands hold their values much better than others, in this area Jayco excels .... when buying a camper to accommodate a family, the importance of finding a camper with a maximum amount of storage can't be overstated .... with most recommendations one sees that it is wise for folks to change tires every 5 or so years, the brand/reliability of the tires on used campers is very important .... with every passing day, poor quality tires grow more and more likely to fail .... once again, due to your location, take a very close look at areas where salt spray used on the roads can cause problems

    Jim

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    Have you been checking in on RV Trader On Line?

    RV Trader - New and Used RVs for sale on RV Trader

    NADA's online RV valuation guide will also give you some help in comparing values to asking prices...

    RV Price Guide – Official NADA Recreational Vehicle pricing information – NADAGuides.com

    If it were 2 years down the road, I'd offer up mine for sale :whistle:

    Just not ready to move to a 5th wheel yet

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  • PhotoJoe
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    I don't have one for sale, but I'll tell you we love our Sunset Creek 298BH. One of the very few gripes is it's a "RV" Queen. I'm 6'2" and would have preferred a real queen. I believe there is a Brookside model similar.

    Good luck with you search.

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  • Agent Provocateur
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    Wanted: quad bunk TT

    We're in the market for a new-to-us TT. We need a quad bunk model, with a queen for the missus and me. That means a trailer in the 30-35 foot range, generally. Strongly prefer a slideout. Must be relatively late model and in good condition, and located in the upper midwest.
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