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Old 02-03-2015, 10:02 AM   #1
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Altitude 3512 fifth wheel

We are interested in this layout and lighter weight, but I haven't seen much written about the Altitude 5th wheel line. Does anyone have one of these?
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Old 02-04-2015, 05:12 PM   #2
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We are interested in this layout and lighter weight, but I haven't seen much written about the Altitude 5th wheel line. Does anyone have one of these?
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I think this line of haulers just came out last year... May not be many out there yet..
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Here is a link to multiple pictures of the Altitude 3512, inside and out. Altitude 3512

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I too have been looking at the 3512. I have a dealer pricing out one for me and would like to hear any comments about it.

I guess the biggest question is, Has the quality of the build improved since the new management took over?? It would show in all lines and better quality control would be a deciding factor.
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Yes, I agree that quality is a top concern. I spoke with the mfg rep and found out W/D connection and auto leveling cannot be options on the Altitude. I am a bit surprised there isn't a way to do W/D in the garage. We are planning on taking an extended trip with the kids so some of these comforts are pretty important to us. I do like the kitchen/living space in the 3512.
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OK, just call me stupid, but is any one else wondering what W/D means... I don't text so I don't know any of these abbreviations...
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Not positive but would guess washer/dryer.
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Not positive but would guess washer/dryer.
OK thanks...
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yes = Washer/Dryer hook up
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I am also looking at the Altitude 3512. I am interested in any towing info you may have. I have a Silverado 2500 HD with the 6.0 gas engine. I live in Virginia and we like going to the mountains so I am wondering if my 2500 will be enough truck. If you get one please let me know what you pull with and how it does in the mountains. Thanks
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