| I am the kind of a person who
would like to see all of the best in the product that I buy. When I recently bought a
TV/VCR combo, do you think that I was satisfied even though the price was extremely good
for a new unit with a warrantee and excellent for coach installation (approx. $250.00 for
19"/remote)? Of course not I immediately looked for the connection capability on the
back to dub from one recorder to the other. I bought it because I liked all of the other
features. I am willing to get the product that I want, knowing that there are some things
that I cant change.
The Eagle on the other hand seems to have the scale tipped in my
favor as to the things that I like about it. Truly their is no superior ride, on the other
hand should a torsion bar brake, A short length of approx. 4" pipe can be put between
the axle and the body so that it can be driven to a repair facility. Yes I know you can
crimp off a line if you blow out an air bag on another coach, but unless the mounting
perch has rotted away I personally have never seen an eagle limping off of an expressway.
In fact I have only seen 1 Eagle in seven years of constant highway driving along the side
of the road having the appearance of breakdown, however it was not sagging, therefore I
assume that is not a torselastic suspension problem.
My simple advice would be try out as many as you can, youll know when you have the
one that you like best!
Bill Phillips NY