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Old 01-19-2012, 06:25 PM   #1
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Help with pricing from grayhawks

We need to sell our 2011 Grayhawk 31FK. Before I put it on the for sale post for Jayco, I need to make sure I'm not asking to much or to low in price. We never had fueling problems which so many seem to have and it now drives like a charm after everything was put on it. Alignment, Front and Rear HD Bilstein shock absorbers, Steer safe, Borg valve Stems, Roadmaster Rear Sway Bar and Roadmaster Falcon2--6,000 lb. copacity tow bar. It has
4,649.4 miles on it. I was thinking of asking for $70,000. Not sure what everyone paid for their's but we paid $80,000.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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Old 01-20-2012, 05:32 AM   #2
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We need to sell our 2011 Grayhawk 31FK. Before I put it on the for sale post for Jayco, I need to make sure I'm not asking to much or to low in price. We never had fueling problems which so many seem to have and it now drives like a charm after everything was put on it. Alignment, Front and Rear HD Bilstein shock absorbers, Steer safe, Borg valve Stems, Roadmaster Rear Sway Bar and Roadmaster Falcon2--6,000 lb. copacity tow bar. It has
4,649.4 miles on it. I was thinking of asking for $70,000. Not sure what everyone paid for their's but we paid $80,000.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!
You could try running it through this tool:

http://www.nadaguides.com/RVs

Just looking quickly, I saw a couple of used 2011's in the $63-70k range.
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Thanks Mike, Sue and Buddy! That site was a big help and it looks like I'm right about where I should be for pricing especially since I'm throwing in a 2 year extended warranty. I appreciated the help!
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Thanks Mike, Sue and Buddy! That site was a big help and it looks like I'm right about where I should be for pricing especially since I'm throwing in a 2 year extended warranty. I appreciated the help!
You're most welcome... glad it helped!
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Hubbscaps, I was cleaning out my bookmarks and came across this link that you may find useful.

http://changingears.com/rv-art-deter...html?sec-learn
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