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Old 05-18-2018, 06:06 AM   #1
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How do I know if a camper is a Limited and if it is a 4 season. Going to look at a camper today and want to know. First time looking at excel.
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Old 05-18-2018, 07:03 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum! All Excel built coaches are 4 season. The Limiteds are the upper line with a fiberglass roof which include many features that are options on the other models. Classics, RTs, Wild Cargos and Winslows have EPDM roofs. Hope that helps.
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Yes it does, thank you.
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What year and model Excel?
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Old 05-20-2018, 08:32 AM   #5
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Traveled 6 hours to look at the camper, women assured me no water damage. The thing had water damage from front back and center. Looked at a couple other campers and all had water damage.
Should add that I am looking at older models 2000- 04 but still.
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Where are you located? There are two major Excel dealers in New Mexico along I40.
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I'm in Northern South Dakota, 825 miles away from them.
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We were up in the Badlands and the Black Hills last fall, very nice area.

One of the two, RV Sales of New Mexico, was the nation's largest Excel dealership when Excels were being made. They both still carry an inventory of used Excels. The other one is Kay's RV. I have found both of them to be good dealerships.

IMO- keep looking, Excels are well made units.
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I'm in Northern South Dakota, 825 miles away from them.
Contact Ralph Barnett (785-686-3080) at the Excel Service Center in Smith Center, Kansas. They have a couple of Excels for sale and probably have leads for others. They are in north Kansas near the Nebraska border.
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Used to be dealer in Piedmont SD and found this https://www.jackscampers.com/invento...list&mfg=Excel
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Pes if still looking here you go https://www.jackscampers.com/invento...1-2rkug-0997-1
Won't be around long..
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Yes Rarebear that is a nice area. Drfife thanks. Max1 thanks also, I'm on a spending limit and that excel exceeds it.
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Nu Wa Piedmont SD under 7 Grand see link above looks like a good unit..
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Thanks max. Looking at a Nu WA over in mn that looks good. Just having a hard time getting away to see it.
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