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Old 06-12-2021, 09:47 PM   #1
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Default FUN FINDER X 189FDS Wanted

Having a hard time finding a Fun Finder in WA state in good if not even decent condition. Anyone have any leads? Willing to drive out of state for the right trailer.
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Old 06-15-2021, 01:43 PM   #2
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I have an 2007 189FD in good condition, 4 new tires, but I noticed the awning tarp needs replacing . The hardware is good, has two newer larger propane tanks if interested text me at five four one 62one 48five nine.
I'm in Southern Oregon
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Ed, for whatever this is worth, we have just about stopped using our awning -- there is too much chance of wind damage when we are camped in the mountains, which is where we usually go. So the lack of an awning may not be a big deal, depending on the buyer's needs.
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Default 189FDS for sale in Canada

I have one in Winnipeg Manitoba for sale 14,800
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Old 06-20-2021, 02:23 PM   #5
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Having a hard time finding a Fun Finder in WA state in good if not even decent condition. Anyone have any leads? Willing to drive out of state for the right trailer.
I have this unit for sale in Winnipeg Canada 2011 model one slide out
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Old 06-20-2021, 02:27 PM   #6
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Having a hard time finding a Fun Finder in WA state in good if not even decent condition. Anyone have any leads? Willing to drive out of state for the right trailer.
If interested send me your email and I’ll send pics
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Old 06-20-2021, 02:31 PM   #7
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Having a hard time finding a Fun Finder in WA state in good if not even decent condition. Anyone have any leads? Willing to drive out of state for the right trailer.
marilynlemieux@hotmail.com
2011 fun finder X 189s for sale
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What is the difference between a fun finder “X” and a traditional fun finder 189 FDS?
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I believe it’s a slide out difference
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We have a 2012 18 feetl in great condition. A little rust from camping in Florida . The awning
works well but has a thin spot by the door we have it taped. We use it with out a problem.
The inside is perfect. We have never used the shower. We also keep it covered when not in use which is most of the time. We are the second owners. No leaks.
We will put her up for sale in November. We live in Florida.
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What is the difference between a fun finder X and a traditional fun finder 189 FDS?

Agnitio, The funfinder "X" and "F" series both have pretty much the same floorplans with the "X" coming across a bit sportier. The main visual difference is the X series are white in color and have a window in the front cap. The F series are brown/tan with a solid (brown) front cap.
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Hello my name is Larry McKay I am trying to get started on this forum but it’s taking me awhile. I have a 2011 189 FDS in excellent shape that I am considering selling it at the end of the summer. I live in Tacoma Wa. Non smokers, no pets. E mail me if you like or are interested.
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