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raysay

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2003 Tioga M 28R advice
« on: January 18, 2017, 02:57:56 PM »
So, retired and looking for an inexpensive rig and came across a Ford 450/Tioga 28R, with 6000 miles on the odometer, asking $20K. Not knowing a lot about RV's, I'm wondering if, price aside, a 13 year old rig, even if lightly used, is a potential money pit and therefore almost any price is too much. I have no idea how these things age when sitting around. This one has been sitting in a storage in Vancouver WA, and I am looking for  advice from someone far wiser than I am. Was this,in general, a good/mediocre/bad year for Tiogas?

Please accept my gratitude in advance for anyone who is willing to take the time to get me "knowed up"
Cheers,
Ray

Stephen S.

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Re: 2003 Tioga M 28R advice
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2017, 09:37:56 PM »
Welcome to the RV Forum!

If you can go look it over, look in the library section here and take a checklist with you.

Even a brand new rig can be a money pit. The used ones depend on the condition they are in. That depends on how well the owners did maintenance.

I have an 18 year old class C. Not expensive so far (knock on wood).
Stephen S.
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raysay

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Re: 2003 Tioga M 28R advice
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2017, 08:08:51 AM »
Good idea....thank you