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2008 Bounder 38V opinion

rolnovru
Explorer
Explorer
The wife and I are looking to purchase a used pusher. Our price range is around 60K so obviously we are looking at older used ones. We have looked at a few different ones but really like a 2008 Fleetwood bounder 38V we saw yesterday. It has been really well taken care of and everything seems works and runs really well. We had a 1999 35' Rexhall gas with fiberglass roof and hydraulic jacks and slides. This one is all electric with a TPO roof. It also has the 6.7L Cummins in it with a Allison trans, 55k miles. I would really like input on if this is something I should go after. Or am I looking at potential issues that would be more than normal wear and tear. I know that all RV need maintenance. But I just don't want to walk into a maintenance nightmare.
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Bruce_Brown
Explorer
Explorer
That's the low torque engine if my memory is correct. Take it for a drive and see if you're good with it. There are a bunch on the road so obviously a lot of people like them!
There are 24 hours in every day - it all depends on how you choose to use them.
Bruce & Jill Brown
2008 Kountry Star Pusher 3910