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Old 04-26-2007, 07:32 AM   #1
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We are looking at purchasing an 2007 Everest by Keystone. Anyone out there have any information on the Everest product line?

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We are looking at purchasing an 2007 Everest by Keystone. Anyone out there have any information on the Everest product line?

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Had our Everest 323P since Sep 2003- Been extremely pleased with it. I would buy another one without hesitation.
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People either love em or hate em. My suggestion is if possible look at a few used ones and see how they hold up after a few years. OH, and the Everest and Montana are basically the same. Some interior trim and floor plan differences. Personally when we were looking the Montana appeared to me to have better designers. But who am I , I bought something else.
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My Everest 294L has never given me any problems. I did install the Trailair Pin box. This was my 3rd 5th wheel in 4 years. Finally found one that fits. Just take your time and make sure you get one that fits your lifestyle & budget. But remember 12,000 lbs running up & down rough roads, something will for sure come loose are shift. It happens to all of them.
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