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  1. We are starting to earnestly look at larger campers now, in particular the Montana High Country 384, anyone have any experience with it? Also since it is a longer camper, we went from 21' to 28' ( that seemed giant in comparison), but for living space and after a weekend of rain camping one weekend we decided on definitely needing more space, and walking space for the pups. I know we're out for alot of State and National parks with something this size, but willing to compromise and camp nearby. Thanks everyone!
  2. 2004 keystone cougar. Just recently our water pressure has been super low, hardly existent. We thought maybe it was frozen pipes, but we disconnected the pipe that goes into our 5th wheel and water came spurting out. When we turn the faucet on theres a quick spurt like we have good water pressure, then it goes to hardly coming out. We havent done anything differently. The only thing I can think of is I was moving stuff around in the under carriage and moved something up against the small tubes underneath. But I'm pretty sure the parts of the tubes it brushed against weren't valves that managed the pressure. What could be wrong and where is all the water going that's coming from the hose connection?
  3. $51,000 negotiable - selling due to not having time to use. Immaculate hardly used, like New! - pet and shoe free rv. Bought 2016 Spring (when 2017 models were coming out) new from RV dealer. This rv has been stored inside during Winter. Rv has gone less than 300 miles from our house and used less than 5 times. We are selling due to not having time to use, this is a wonderful rv. Has the JAVA decor, comes with a extended warranty too. We have never had any issues, everything works great! Has the RV refrigerator also - #1 on our want list. Televisions are included also, pictures are from when we picked up at dealer. We haven't made any modifications either. Specs: https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2016-keystone-montana-fifth-wheel-floorplan-3790rd-tr25032 Brochure: https://library.rvusa.com/brochure/montanabrochure_jan2016.pdf Condition: Used Year: 2016 Make: Keystone Model: MONTANA 3790RD Class: Fifth Wheel Location: Grand Haven, MI Mileage: 300 Fuel Type: NONE Gross Vehicle Weight: 16,750 Sleeping Capacity: 10 Slide Outs: 5 Length: 41 Price: $51,000
  4. This 40ft fifth wheel toy hauler has a large open floor plan, large windows, and lots of space. It is in great shape, and has new vinyl wood plank flooring throughout. Some of the other features: -Queen sized bed in master bedroom-Brand new sofa that turns into a Queen sized bed, with lots of storage underneath-Queen sized loft - Onan generator -Large bathroom and shower -Electric awning and security lights-Huge 12 foot garage/extra room-Opposing slides in kitchen for more floor space-Indoor/outdoor music sound system-Kitchen island for more storage and work space-Auto seeker satellite -Fuel station for fueling toys.-Large tanks to extend your camping trip-A/C and furnace-Washer and dryer hookups-Bedroom slide to maximize space-Insulated underbelly for cold weather. https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2009-Keystone-FUZION+403-123301360
  5. Hello, I’m going to jump into full-timing soon and hope to take advantage of this site’s collective wisdom to evaluate my plan. I have not owned an RV before, but have rented a class C and done lots of extended “luxury” tent camping. Here is some info about the planned usage. * Solo living - 6’3” man. Don’t plan on throwing any parties and rarely get visitors. May get a small to medium sized dog down the road. * Generally treat my stuff with care. * Plan to cook and spend most “home time” in a screen room. I like being outdoors as much as possible. * Will usually do dishes outside. * Don’t plan on spending time in sub-freezing weather. * Live a minimalist lifestyle. Have very little and try to keep it that way. * Will spend the majority of time in the South East US where it’s hot and humid but most campgrounds have electricity and water. Do plan to travel some to the rest of the US and maybe even Mexico and Canada. * Will probably move an average of once every two weeks. Probably averaging 60 miles or so each trip. * No idea how long I will do this for. ...could be one year ...could be 40 years. * Will use campground showers and bathrooms (or the outdoors) whenever possible. * Plan to spend most time in city, county, state and national parks. But will mix in some boon-docking and RV parks. Here are some of my wants in an RV: * spend as little as possible to meet my needs * have as low a total cost of ownership (TCO) as possible. * But I'm leaning towards buying new as I have an slight irrational fear about by used big-ticket items. * daily driver with average 20 MPG or better in mixed driving. It will get a lot of use. * 6+ cubic foot fridge. * walk around Queen or split singles beds. * interior standing room of 78” or better …including in the bathroom. * Prefer shower with glass door as opposed to shower curtain. * Vinyl upholstery and little to no carpet. —dust allergy * Low maintenance. Don’t want to spend time repairing things or taking it to the shop * air conditioner * Decent carrying capacity (just in case) * Decent inside and outside storage space * Overall decent floorplan, attractiveness, amenities, and manufacturer to help with possible eventual resale Here’s the plan: Purchase new (or used) 4X2 Ram 1500 Quad-cab Express with the V6 Pentastar and 3.55 gear ratio and tow package. Put a Leer camper cap on the back. Plugged the numbers into a towing calculator and it should be able to tow 7000 lbs with an extra 700 lbs of cargo in the truck. Fuelly.com shows people averaging 20 mpg in mixed usage. https://www.ramtrucks.com/assets/towing_guide/pdf/2016_ram_1500_towing_charts.pdf Purchase new (or used) Keystone Bullet Premier 19FBPR. 4,200 lbs dry and 2,200 lb carry capacity. It’s attractive and light weight with decent construction, floorplan, manufacturer, and components. It has good headroom, and a big fridge. http://www.keystonerv.com/premier/#/floorplans http://www.keystonerv.com/premier/#/features Questions: Does this seem like a reasonable plan? If not, what would you recommend?
  6. This is on Craigslist in the Greenville, SC area. We are selling it because we have purchased our 2016 DRV 44Houston. The link below is to the ad. It is a very clean 2012 camper which we enjoyed but won't need anymore when we start to fulltime in Feb 2016. Kitchen: propane 3 burner stove, oven, micro, SS sink and 8 cuft electric/propane refrig Full bath with shower Power awning JVC Stereo/DVD with outside speakers & 15" Flat screen (inside) Camper Queen with "his/her closets" 30 gal holding tanks (Fresh, Grey, Black) 6 gal DSI hot water tank Two batteries with Solar maintainer Twin 20 gal propane tanks Lots of storage & great for a couple who enjoy camping Blue OX towing package included Screw scissor jack stabilizers Thank you for your review. https://greenville.craigslist.org/rvs/5177409395.html
  7. Having to sell my 2007 Fuzion 362 (37') toy hauler. Hate to see it go, but family needs to. Excellent condition, no major issues. Needs 2 batteries, maybe awning material, DVD player, but otherwise just needs a good home. Hitch weight: 2790 Dry: 12130 Gross: 15500 Water: 133 Grey: 86 Black: 43 Onan Marquis 5500 (just serviced) with only 363 hours 24 gallon fuel cell Just purchased (7) new tires Oct 2014 for trip home from river. 2 AC units Rear garage with auto bunk bed Sleeps 10 I took off decals years ago, but I have all brand new ones in the box Never had any issues with it, just had a family emergency and now it needs to move on. Originally used it for motorcycle riding the first few years, but then we took it to the river and used it for 3 months out of the summer the last 4 years and stored it in covered storage. Tows easily behind my 2008 F250 Superduty Any questions feel free to call Troy 714-501-4417 I live in Orange, Ca 92865 Priced to sell for what I still owe on it which is just under $23k (loan with BofA) will not take anything less. Just search 2007 Keystone Fuzion 362 and get more info on what is out there and I know you will find this to be a smoking deal. The trailer is still loaded with my stuff which is not included of course and I have a few more pics of the inside that were too big to download if you want to see them.
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