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Post Info TOPIC: Anyone familiar with Whiskey Mountain RV in Mesa AZ?


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Anyone familiar with Whiskey Mountain RV in Mesa AZ?


Hello.

We are getting ready to retire at the end of July and plan to full-time.  We have been watching RV Trader for a couple of years now and have found a 5th wheel that we love in 

Arizona.  Unfortunately, we are in Ohio and cannot get away to go look at it.  It is located at Whiskey Mountain RV in Mesa, AZ and they frequently have nice 5th wheels listed.

I was just wondering if anyone has heard of them or done business with them.  I have contacted an RV inspector and will probably have him look at it as well.  Just need some piece

of mind.

Thank you



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Peace of mind comes with a pro inspection and your inspection.

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Interesting. I just checked where Whiskey Mountain is and found it is off the beaten track, off McDowell Road in an industrial area. Most RV dealers in Mesa, and there are lots of them, are either off Main Street or visible from US60. Google reviews say good things and don't read like paid reviews, but I could be wrong.

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I don't know about this dealer, but can share my experience with an out of state purchase.
They posted over 100 pics, and were very straight forward about their as is policy.
I had the MH inspected by a certified inspector. No major issues, but a few minor things got taken care of prior to me going to get it.
If the rig has what you are looking for that is meets the list of criteria ,it is worth an inspection.
I too spent quite some time on RV trader, and the one we got just had the "this is the one" first time I viewed it.
IMO, you can tell about a place by their phone manners, do they call back, act like they want your business...
And if there is another buyer, just chuckle to yourself
Best of luck


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