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Old 07-08-2013, 07:32 PM   #1
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2013 Keystone Montana 3725RL

Well, we made the move from a Class A to a new Montana 3725RL Fifth Wheel on July 3rd 2013!

The Class A was a 1999 Holiday Rambler 36WGS with the F53 Ford V10. It was a great rig but since we lease a spot at a campground now we don't drive the Class A enough to warrant keeping it. Plus, the added space of the Fifth Wheel layout really got my wife wanting one and when the wife sets us to looking for a new rig we jump!

So here she is...

















That's all the pictures I have for this post, I'll post pictures of the campsite next.
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At the campsite

Before the trade in, here is the Endeavor.



Here she is at her new home. We weren't completely set up here, the fence is open and the sewer isn't connected yet but you get the drift.







The Montana Alien eyes!

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Old 07-08-2013, 10:17 PM   #3
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Great looking rig! Congrats!
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Pretty rig, very comfortable looking. May you get years of trouble free service out of it.
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Nice looking rig, congrats!
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Really nice! Fun times are on the way!
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Thanks everybody, the only part that will make it difficult is the trees, they leave a black soot like filth that's hard to remove. It coated my Class A in only 2 months it looked like it had been sitting there for 5 years.

I'll be cleaning the new rig weekly but this winter it will be there for 5 plus months building up all that funk.
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Also trying to get the Gen-II remote control we were told would be included with the unit.

It wasn't and like a moron I didn't verify when we signed the papers.
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Wow! Incredible interior!
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Wow! Incredible interior!
Thanks! The wife fell in love with this one as soon as she walked into it.
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I think you will love your new Montana. We have a 2006 3400rl and have lived in it for 3 years. Holds up great to daily living. Our friends purchased the same model as yours and they love it too.
Hope you have many years of fun!
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I think you will love your new Montana. We have a 2006 3400rl and have lived in it for 3 years. Holds up great to daily living. Our friends purchased the same model as yours and they love it too.
Hope you have many years of fun!
So far we love it, the only thing that worries me is the gunk that builds up so fast under the trees at the CG we are at. I'm going to be doing a lot of cleaning I think!
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Unfortunately that is something we all have to deal with. A little elbow grease and your fiver will be shiny again
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I just spoke to the dealer, they are going to repair any items I find after the camping season unless something bad comes up. They will store the unit for free for 2 months while working on it as well, sweet! This gets it out from under the trees for a few months which is fantastic!
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