fifth wheels

Discussion in 'RV Tips & Tricks' started by Von, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. Von

    Von New Member

    we are looking to go from our nomad 259LT to a fifth wheel. i'd like some opinions on montana, open road and others in the 35,000 to 50,000 range. needs to be a real 4 season trailer. we will be pulling it with our 2004 6.0 powerstroke 350 single axle.
  2. hertig

    hertig Senior Member

    fifth wheels

    is that 35,000 to 50,000 pounds or $35,000 to $50,000? :)
  3. Fulltimin

    Fulltimin New Member

    fifth wheels

    Follow the Montana Owners Club link in my signature if you'd like opinions about the Montanas from the owners themselves.
  4. rvn4me

    rvn4me New Member

    fifth wheels

    Just bought a Sunnybrook, we looked at all kinds for about a year. They also have a great website, check it out!
  5. campbud

    campbud New Member

    fifth wheels

    We have a montana and really like get alot for your money...alot of things are standard and not options. I think there are a number of nice units out there. If you like the floor plan and dealer that is a big plus too!
  6. the_vfox

    the_vfox New Member

    fifth wheels

    Take a look at the Titanium line by Glenview RV. One of them is on my list of new things to buy.

  7. RV-VOL

    RV-VOL New Member

    fifth wheels

    Do not forget to take a strong long look at the Grand Junction Fifth Wheel. We shopped for three years before we took on selling the Grand Junction. What a Great Value on a Nice Unit.
  8. lari2005

    lari2005 New Member

    fifth wheels

    I just saw that you have a new Sunny Brooks. I looking for a new 2005 25 feets and I didn't see a lot of them in Canada. There is only one dealer in Quebec province.
    How do you like it?
    Is it a good choice and what do you prefer or didn't like in that unit?
    If you have to buy an other one do you select the same company?
    LARI2005 :question:
    Palomino 2000
    GMC 1500

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