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Hello all. Newbie to RV's and looking at a 92 30 ft Breakaway with the turbo deisel and 89,000 miles. what kind of things should i look out for on this coach?
 
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Rt66,

You will most likely find many posts that will provide answers your question... but you have to use the Search tab. Research + Experience = Knowledge.

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Was in your shoes a year ago and did not know of this site. His good graces looked out for me and all worked out.
Type Breakaway in Search to find 139 pages of posts...and start reading. Warning, you'll get hooked.
 
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Look out for other people snatching it away from you.... It's a wonderful product... And with the help of people on this site, you can fix most things... I love my '92 breakaway.... Read a couple hundred posts here and you might understand how great these coaches are... There is a post on what to look for when buying various models... Buy it if the price is right..
 
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