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RV Daily Report
Greg Gerber, Editor
Source: Keystone RV Press Release

GOSHEN, IN — Keystone RV Company’s Cougar Division introduced its ninth new floorplan in recent months. The new 338PAT is an industry-first “party deck” model for the mid-profile fifth wheel segment.

Standing at 37 feet, 8 inches in length, the 338PAT boasts a huge ramp deck in the rear of the coach. The spring-assisted ramp easily opens to create an 8-by-11 foot party area equipped with 40-inch TV and entertainment center, outdoor refrigerator, storage, second awning and side rails. The 3-foot area immediately inside the deck can be used to store bicycles, camping gear or other bulky items when in transport.

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