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Old 02-07-2012, 08:37 PM   #1
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Going to look at an Ameri-Camp 5th Wheel...and wondered if there was a problem getting them fixed as the company no longer exists?

Any ideas?


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Old 02-07-2012, 10:00 PM   #2
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All major parts are the same

the only parts that will be hard to get the front end cap and storage hatches doors their is a forum on yahoo for Ameri-camp owners. check them out Ameri-Camp 2005 Brochure. We bought our F265DS last year.

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Old 02-08-2012, 08:09 AM   #3
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We had a 2006, Ameri-Camp Summit Ridge 270RKS traded the unit for a 2010 Keystone Cougar 318SAB.
The Ameri-Camp was a good 5er, but we did not like the sleeping arrangements in that model nor the Jack-knife couch. The bedroom area had the shower and sky light in it. This allowed light into the bedroom in the early morning hours. My wife likes to sleep in a dark (very very dark room) cool room and this little bit of light would wake her up.
I was not a fan of the sliding curtain for a door in the bedroom.
The Jack-knife couch will enough said about that, not much more to say about a Jack-knife couch.
The unit was OK but I had to reinforce all of the drawer slides in this model. I used 100 lbs drawer slides from Rockler Wood Working. I had to rebuild the cabinets to allow the drawer slides to be installed.
Just inspect the unit very carefully and replace the tires with new ones. This way you will know what condition the tires are in and how old they are.
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Sold: 2010 318SAB Cougar:New: 2016 Cedar Creek 34RL. 2008 Dodge 6.7LCummins the original 6.7L engine, w/68RFE Auto
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