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Old 03-06-2014, 06:42 PM   #1
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1999 Georgetown 320

Hi all. The last coach I was looking at fell through. I am now currently looking at a 1999 Forest River Georgetown 320 class a with a Ford v10.

Can anyone give me some insight on this model? The price seems right. Are there any known problem areas? I can not find much info on this model elsewhere. I posted this in the forest river owners forum and got no responses.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 03-07-2014, 10:44 AM   #2
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We have an '02 GT 325. I'm not sure how much similarity there is. We bought it 3 years ago at 12,800 miles and we've put about 5000 on it since.

We've encountered three problems. The first was a rotted out slide topper on the living room slide which allowed rain water in. I ended up replacing the topper and then cabinets over the dinette and sofa.

The second was wood rot in the front end of the beam on which the stow-bin doors are hung (driver's side). I took the forward-most two doors off the bar they hang from and replaced the section of wood behind them.

The third is a self-inflicted one. I had cardiac surgery the winter after our first season and was out of action for about 4 months. The generator hasn't run since! I think it's a carburetor problem, but since we always camp with full hook-ups, I probably won't do anything about it until we prepare it for sale, which might be before this next season starts.

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ex-pat Brits (1968) and now ex-RVers, as of 08 Dec 14.
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I think the 320 is similar but without a slide.

May I ask why you are going to sell yours after only 3 years?
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