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New Bailey 794

Hello, new to fourm. I have a Elddis 275 2015, and I’m going to buy a Bailey 794t. Could anyone tell me what the drive is like, as my Elddis is very hard feel every stone and bump on the road.
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-06-2018, 15:01
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That's a nice way to get yourself to the top of the list again!

And welcome to the forum. I'm afraid I've nothing useful to say about your question but someone on here will have.

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Review here:-

https://www.practicalmotorhome.com/r...autograph-79-4

Various reviews but not 'On the road', however each generation of base vehicle is normally far better than the last one!

Providing sensible tyre pressures are employed and not the catch all 80PSI from some sources.

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Sorry no idea but welcome to the forum.

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Hi and welcome to MHF.

Wouldn't it make sense to take a test drive before buying.
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Can´t help with the question, but welcome to the forum.

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