My advice is the same as HR3377. If you have the time, and are willing to go with a 1-2 year old (or more) unit, you can find deals. Especially now, during the "off-season". And be willing to look at stuff beyond 100-200 miles from home. A friend drove 2,000 miles round-trip, and got what I would call a steal, easily paid for the road trip and way ahead of what she could find locally for $5-7K more than what she paid...
I gotta add a note about trailer quality. Check out the thickness of the skin. My Pace American has .030" thicker panels than a lot of newer trailers. Yes, it makes the trailer heavier. But a couple years ago, a hailstorm pounded the heck out of the trailers on either side of me, while mine did not show a single ding afterward.
Dan "Jim" Moore Much too young to feel this damn old!!
intech is amazing they have a portal on their website and you just punch your trailer number in and it gives you complete blue prints...the build option and the actual pictures of your trailer being built. I think it may be worth the extra bucks for the quality and workmanship
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