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buying up


Hi all.   Looking to buy a 2017 Tiffin allegro RED 38qra.  Curious to know if anybody out there has experience with this rig and any comments or reviews. We are presently in a 33 foot Itaska Cambria class c and looking to likely go full timer next spring.  



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looking at a 2017 Tiffin RED 38qra to buy up from our 2013 Itaska Cambria 30j.  Does anybody out there have experience with this particular unit or a review they would like to share



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I'm not a motorhome guy but I see a lot of Tiffin products out there. They have a good name for standing behind their products.

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Jonesy,

It appears you double-posted this (Buying an RV and Welcome sub-forums). Topics should only be posted once.

Rob

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I just took care of the double posting by merging the two together.

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Join the Tiffin Owners Forum:  http://www.tiffinrvnetwork.com/forum/  This forum is not associated with the mfg, it is run by the RV owners.

You don't have to own a Tiffin product to join and ask questions.  Lots and lots of excellent info there and the people are friendly.  Also you can search the Tiffin forum for the "RED".  



-- Edited by A-S Travelers on Tuesday 2nd of April 2019 04:14:43 PM

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I would suggest that you go to Red Bay Alabama and see if you like what you see. I can tell you that I have eliminated a couple of manufacturers and RV types from my shopping list after seeing their factories. My primary criteria is safety and I can tell you that eliminates every class A I have seen. That said, I haven't seen them all, but none that I have seen have any roll-over protection at all and that's why I'm looking at super Cs. Just my two cents.

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