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Old 05-26-2016, 04:27 AM   #15
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Cripes, those things had me on the ropes, couldn't get them out of the awning. Finally got them out, was feeling a bit incompetent. Thanks for your help.
I know the feeling. Even after you get them out you have to figure out how to adjust them which isn't obvious. Like noted earlier thou most don't use the arm supports as the awning itself is pretty sturdy without them. However if the wind comes up and starts to blow they are needed. Enjoy the shade!
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Impact 341

We have a 2015 Impact 341 bought new last Oct. We went out last weekend for the 3rd time with it and used the AC. We noticed the air was only blowing through the vents on the left side ceiling of the RV. there were vents on the right side as well but no air. The unit is set up for a second AC and was wondering if the vents would be for that or if they should be blowing through all of them? Any ideas? Thanks
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Keystone is famous for not properly setting up the ducted HVAC units. Pull the lower cover, typically a few screws. Look up, at each side there will be an "opening" to your duct work. The duct work interconnects the AC units (typically) - make sure the tape in the duct work actually is open to the AC and solidly connects the vents... report back.
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Agree, the power isn't the issue it is the weights. Max and rear, etc. Also stopping power with a 3.4 ton too.
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Looking at the 371 myself. Full tank of fuel ran across the scales was 8500#. The truck is a 2013 F350 srw gvwr is 11500 leaving 3000# of hitch weight. That is real close to the 371's hitch weight... So I won't go any bigger. They are really nice coaches!
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Looking at the 371 myself. Full tank of fuel ran across the scales was 8500#. The truck is a 2013 F350 srw gvwr is 11500 leaving 3000# of hitch weight. That is real close to the 371's hitch weight... So I won't go any bigger. They are really nice coaches!


I have a 2014 ram 3500 srw with gvwr of 12400...have a 2015 Fuzion 345 chrome and pin weight is about 3300 fully loaded to camp and about 3050 with rzr in the garage (and loaded to camp). My truck weight with family and everything is right at 12400...all per cat scales. Weight adds up quickly. I have about 8500 miles on it since April last year and I wouldn't want anything heavier without a dually
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Impact 341 AC

As I posted back in May, our AC on our 2015 Keystone Impact 341 was only blowing out of the one side of the vents. The other side is for the second AC which doesn't come with the unit. Can you imagine selling a unit that isn't set up to properly cool down. it should have came with both AC units. Anything to make the consumer spend more of their hard earned money..All you pay for these RV's you would think they would get it right..
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