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Old 01-25-2016, 11:05 AM   #1
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KZ Venom

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Anyone purchase a Venom? Would like to hear your opinion.

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Old 03-18-2016, 12:16 PM   #2
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Just purchased a KZ Venom

The wife and I are purchasing a Venom 3311TQ. Picking it up tomorrow. Hopefully the walk through goes well.

We really liked the layout and the quality appears good. This was a unit that had just arrived and had not been gone through at all. We noticed several small cosmetic things that should be taken care of.

The dealer found numerous items that need attention, most of which were related to electrical components such as the "My RV" touch pad and the entertainment system. Both of the main slide side window latches are not working, so the windows will have to be replaced.

I will keep you posted.
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Old 03-24-2016, 10:49 AM   #3
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Took delivery of our KZ Venom 3311 TQ. Camped for two nights. We both really like the layout. Found it to be very comfortable for the two of us.

Some minor issues that will need to be addressed by dealer. Over all a great RV.
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:47 AM   #4
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Thanks for the update.
I'm finding it very hard to get owner feedback on any of the Venom products, maybe that's good news. We really like the 3911 and spent some time in one in Fla. None of the local KZ dealers will stock the Venom line so I'll have to travel some distance to get a closer look.
Thanks again and do keep us posted.
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Old 06-24-2016, 12:32 AM   #5
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New venom

Just camped in our 3911tk for the first time. I love it. Found a few tiny things wrong but after next camping trip I'll drag it in to the dealer and get them fixed. My favorite thing is having an app on my phone where I can operate most of the things on the camper.
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Old 09-26-2016, 01:40 PM   #7
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Very nice.
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New Venom 4111TK

My wife and I will be picking up our new Venom this weekend if the hurricane doesn't stop us. Very excited to take it out. Wondering what refrigerator they are using. Ours has an 18cu ft LP/electric but has no ice maker. Wondering if we can get one for it or do we need to put in a stand alone?
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For what it's worth...the Venom toyhauler made my first short list based upon construction components. I ended up going another direction but it was the least expensive on that list of RV's. It is probably well made.
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Old 10-21-2016, 07:08 PM   #10
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New venom

Well after a bit of a delay (our fault), we have picked up new Venom 4111TK. So far very good. Only issue encountered was rear marker light that was not working after the initial walk around. Hooked up checked everything and then pulled out the gate and stopped to do 1 last check before the 6 hr drive home. The owner and service manager came out and jumped right on it. A few minutes later all good to go. Pulled like a dream. No issues once we got home. Spent the first night in the garage and found no issues. Trying out tonight again. Going to sleep on the queen bed in the back tonight.... Already have plans for adding a few things and making some modifications! The honey do's are adding up...
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Whcopland, Congratulations on your new 4111TK.



Has anyone else had problems with the back up camera. I can link the camera and monitor. Then they will work until I move the monitor up to the truck cab, then the monitor looses signal. The dealer wants to place a portable antenna some where forward on the roof. They want to run the cable from the camera along the roof to the antenna and secure it to the roof with cable clamps, screws and sealant. I'm not in favor of putting holes in the roof even if the screws are sealed over, also having a cable running along the roof. Our Venom is 37' so I would think the 42' Venoms would have the same problem.
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Me and the wife loved the venom ended up going in favor of the Winnebago scorpion 4014 though we liked the layout the Winnie was more for us
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