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Old 08-16-2010, 08:31 PM
 
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I know of rvdirect and rvwholesalers but I was wondering if anyone knows of any others out there?
I'm wanting to go from a hybrid to a tt or larger hybrid. As the kids are getting older they all want their own bunk.
I saw some KZs that are interesting as well as palominos and jay feathers. But wow are they expensive.

thanks!
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Old 08-20-2010, 01:20 AM
 
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These were the three we found with the best prices in the nation. We were shopping for a big 5th wheel/toyhauler but found 2 of the sites listed above had tt's as well. I couldn't believe it but we paid about 20k LESS buying brand new, ordering custom from these companies than we would have paid for a used model of the same make and model. That was shopping both privately and on RV lots.

The trick is finding a dealer who is very close to the factory. Then order one through them, not buying one off their lots. You don't pay lot costs or shipping cost if you can make a vacation out of picking it up.

We narrowed it down to 3 brands of 5th wheels that worked for us, I called each company (Gulfstream, Forest River & Heartland) and confirmed the sites I listed above were reputable and trustworthy. Our 5'er will be ready in a few weeks and I'll be picking it up in Elhart, IN from the toyhaulerllc.com folks.
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Old 09-15-2010, 11:20 AM
 
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There's a company that sells repo trailers, Commonwealth Boat Brokers.com just north of Richmond, VA. If they don't have what you want, write what you want and how much you want to spend, and they'll contact you. New trailers are getting more plush and more expensive. commonwealthboatbrokers.com is an alternative. You can even pay a transporter to deliver it to you. Good luck!
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