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Old 06-04-2016, 06:07 PM   #1
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2017 377 rlbh

Just put a deposit (can still back out) on a 2017 Northpoint 377RLBH. any overall opinions as to quality build on these units? Im looking to trade in a 2010 Montana that has been a great unit as far as quality/reliability.

Thank you in advance for any feedback.
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Old 06-04-2016, 08:15 PM   #2
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we absolutely love our 2016 unit and from the little info I have gotten on the 17's, you are getting an even better product!
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Old 06-04-2016, 08:28 PM   #3
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Old 06-04-2016, 08:42 PM   #4
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What they said! Just make sure your dealer is good with any maintenance issues that may arise.
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Old 06-04-2016, 09:21 PM   #6
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The 2017 Eagle 355MBQS now has a similar floor-plan to the 377 (bunk room & loft).

Just wondering what considerations would tip any of you towards one over the other.

I'm waffling between the two myself.


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Thank you for your replies. We can run many miles in a day at 90 degree plus temperature. Any tire issues? After spending enough for the new 5th wheel, i hate to spend more to replace the factory tires. Previously gone with Michelin Ribs and no issues at all.
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Thank you for your replies. We can run many miles in a day at 90 degree plus temperature. Any tire issues? After spending enough for the new 5th wheel, i hate to spend more to replace the factory tires. Previously gone with Michelin Ribs and no issues at all.
I still have the factory Raniers on mine. Bought my 377 in January '16. I plan on keeping mine for 1 year and then replacing for peace of mind. The ultimate test for us will be going from TX to FL panhandle in August of this year. Thus far we've only taken local trips, maybe couple hundred miles from home.

That's my plan for what it's worth.
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The 2017 Eagle 355MBQS now has a similar floor-plan to the 377 (bunk room & loft).

Just wondering what considerations would tip any of you towards one over the other.

I'm waffling between the two myself.


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Not sure what your TV is but the weight of the 377 is about 2,000lbs heavier than the 355.

We just had our 355MBQS out last weekend for our 1st trip with it. We had a great time! Plenty of room, that's for sure.

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I actually am starting from scratch, don't have a TV yet. And I've never owned an RV, so I am comparing the features between the two without the experience to guide me. It was an easier decision when the floor plans were different.

The weight is definitely something to consider. We are leaning towards the 355 due to the price, unless I find a compelling reason otherwise.



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