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Old 01-21-2018, 04:55 PM   #1
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our new summer home !

yup took delivery saturday of our new summer home A 2018 kz sportsman 344 bh fiver ! being we currently have a seasonal site, no need for the new truck......yet!
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So far so good, looks like you got the front AC which is good for one that long and the preinstalled slide topper tracks. Didn't think I would use those tracks, but after a few months, I installed them. My old RV was much lower and easier to clean the slide roof before retracting. The one I have now is the same size as yours and I found toppers are MUCH easier.
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Congrats on your handsome new fiver! I'm sure you'll enjoy the upcoming season in your new rig!
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Thank you for the picture it looks like a great looking unit.
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So far so good, looks like you got the front AC which is good for one that long and the preinstalled slide topper tracks. Didn't think I would use those tracks, but after a few months, I installed them. My old RV was much lower and easier to clean the slide roof before retracting. The one I have now is the same size as yours and I found toppers are MUCH easier.
well funny thing, we ordered ours, then 3 days later the dealer caled told us one was enroute not exactly what we wanted, the difference was the second ac unit. we didnt order that, but they claimed the manufacturer added it by mistake and said its ours if we want at no extra charge.
so VIOLA dual ac
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Congrats. Nice rig you will be glad with the second a/c unit.
One a/c would have been a deal breaker for me.
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