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Old 09-02-2011, 02:18 PM   #1
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I would like to chat with any Montana High Country owners. I have a 2011 343RL.
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Old 09-03-2011, 10:54 AM   #2
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Old 09-03-2011, 06:03 PM   #3
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I have a Cougar High Country.
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Old 09-04-2011, 10:08 PM   #4
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Any problems with your cougar not riding level. Our montana HC leans on driver's side. trailer has 3 slides on that side. my thoughts are the springs on driver's side are not strong enough to support weight.
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Old 09-05-2011, 05:50 AM   #5
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Any problems with your cougar not riding level. .
No problem with it not riding level. We've had two small problems that were covered under warranty. We also had another issue that was related to the service department that did some other work but this was not about the trailer itself. I found that Keystone Customer Service went out of their way to help us. Here's their phone # 866 425-4369. We really like the High Country. We get lots of compliments on it.
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Old 01-18-2012, 04:07 PM   #6
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Happy to talk about our 343RL

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I would like to chat with any Montana High Country owners. I have a 2011 343RL.
We have a 2011 343RL High Country and absolutely love it. Had a couple minor issues. Keystone dealer fixed one. Dexter Axle fixed the other. I installed a vented W/D and modified the dinning table legs for easier access. We also moved the sofa to the back and put the recliners on the side. If you try this, remember you will have to tip the sofa on its back to close the office slide. Small inconvenience in our view.

Call me 540-748-0700 if you wish. I don't get on the forum too often.
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Old 01-19-2012, 12:29 AM   #7
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I am glad you are happy with your HC. What was wrong with the axle?
Our problem was the driver side sagged. This side has three slides and is 800 to 900 lbs heavier. I had a terrible time with Keystone but finally got approval to put extra leaf springs on trailer. This seemed to correct the lean. The sagging was serious because a tire on that side was rubbing the underside of the trailer. Wore a hole in the vapor barrier material and roughed up the thread on the tire.
No money reimbursement from Keystone. Work was done in November.

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I am glad you are happy with your HC. What was wrong with the axle?
Our problem was the driver side sagged. This side has three slides and is 800 to 900 lbs heavier. I had a terrible time with Keystone but finally got approval to put extra leaf springs on trailer. This seemed to correct the lean. The sagging was serious because a tire on that side was rubbing the underside of the trailer. Wore a hole in the vapor barrier material and roughed up the thread on the tire.
No money reimbursement from Keystone. Work was done in November.

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After about only 4,000 miles I noticed the right front tire was wearing excessively. I called Dexter, they sent us to a Keystone deles near our destination. Photos were taken and Dexter agreed something was amiss. Probably the axle lost its camber. While we continued our trip and camped, Dexter shipped a new axle. The day we left, we swung by the dealer, they changed out the axle and we went on our way. Total lost time - 4 hours. . Dexter was great and so was the dealer. Out of pocket cost was $0.
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We had a Montana 3400RL prior to this MH. The link above to the MOC will give you information on the Montana's. This forum is also a great place for information, and the MOC is Montana specific.

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