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Originally posted by DougZ:
........compared to our Prowler ..........

Going to an Airstream or Barth is really something after a Fleetwood product, huh? I had two Prowlers and two Fleetwood MHs along the line.


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Bill, right you are. After giving the AirStream a good going over, I see how they built things to last and be simple. On the Prowler everything is built for show. Some of the items look like they were designed to work when it left the showroom and not much longer. I won't mind sticking many hours of work in this TT.

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did yours have a accu drive that kept the centers lined up, fun when you made a turn whith it was on

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