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#1 OFFLINE   Jillneddie

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 04:59 PM

Well today our beautiful Artic fox that we thoroughly enjoyed sold. It's going to its new home in Idaho. We begin the journey to find our next camper. If we can work out costs and details we want to get a Hosts Cascade. Not a inexpensive camper but is gorgeous. It will take good while to get one. Wishes us luck in this process

#2 OFFLINE   Chief 2

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 01:06 AM

We are seriously considering Artic Fox for our next purchase. Can you tell us about your experience with yours and why you didn't go with AF again? Thanks.

#3 OFFLINE   Jillneddie

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 06:08 AM

Chief 2, there is nothing wrong with AF. We had two and they both were great. The 992 was loaded with solar panel, dry bath, generator, and the wood cabinets are beautiful. This summer we spent 21 days and 3500 miles in it. It performed flawlessly and we dry camped a good bit. It is a great camper. Now why change? When we were in Branson for the midwest truck rally the temperature was brutal almost 100 every day with high humidity. We ate supper with group outside at 7:30 and it was still miserable. I say all this to say that we spent a lot time in the camper and in the AF the only place to sit is at the dinette. While comfortable after hours you want to move. There was a hosts at the rally and it had wall hugger recliners and other features we liked. They make the Manmouth but it's to big and expensive for us. We did our reaserch and found they make a quality camper, but are expensive compared to the Af. Let me repeat we loved our Artic Fox and you can't go wrong with them, they are a true four season camper and built with high quality. Hope this helps Eddie

#4 OFFLINE   Jillneddie

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 06:11 AM

By the way I hope you and yours are safe in Florida

#5 OFFLINE   Chief 2

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 02:18 PM

Thanks for the info and the well wishes. Fortunately all is good after the storm.
Gary

#6 OFFLINE   KnightEagle

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 04:49 PM

Have to say the same about our AF-990 either sit at the dinette or lay in the bunk. Same ours was wonderfull all kinds of storage we had the full wardrobe in ours yet loaded to the 9. Traded ours in on a adv 116ds going up to Idaho to drop the AF off and pickup our sparkling new TC.


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<p><span style="color:rgb(0,0,0);"><strong>2012 Ram 3500HD DRW. RideRite 5000 Air Bags. Hellwig sway Bar rear. Curt hitch 17000/2550. Engine: 6.7-Liter I6 Cummins® Turbo Diesel Engine Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic 68RFE. 2007 Artic Fox 990 Wet weight 4785+ lb. Reg Cab. Torklift Frame mounts. Ranch Hand Front Bumber, Duel hitch and 4' extension . C.B channel 19 most times. Toolbox on Tongue of the trailer and a 14' Jon Boat on the converted Tow Dolly with the Bike's on the front of the rig.</strong></span></p>
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