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Old 09-22-2015, 10:05 PM   #1
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Sprinter 5th Wheel 334 Front Living

We picked this up a couple weeks ago and are very happy with it, a Sprinter by Keystone 334 FWFLS. It's a front living entry level and we liked it the moment we stepped in. Love the front living, wife loves all the cabinets and AC. I love the speakers and lights in the awning and we both love the theater seating. The living area has opposing slides and creates a great space. Both couches fold out, unfortunately there is only room for one or the other at a time, but one extra bed is plenty and we like them more for the couch than the bed. 50 amp service with a 15K (ducted) and 13.5k air conditioners. We would have liked a full size shower but the corner unit is fine and that is the only thing we didn't get that we would have preferred. It has a big 87 gallon fresh tank, two 32 gallon grays and a 32 gallon black tank. It has the standard two propane tanks with auto switching, plus a bay on the other side for a spare tank. It's 37 feet and right about 10k pounds dry. The living area has two slides (each couch), the kitchen/hall slides and the queen bed slides.Though it has two adequate bays, one under the living room and one under the bed, the doors to them are small. The bed compartment has a wide but relatively low door (about 40x18) and the front pass thru bay has a smallish door (~36x30) on one side and a smaller (~24x24) on the other.









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Old 09-23-2015, 08:04 AM   #2
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Looks great.
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Congratulations! That is a nice rig you have with lots of room. I haven't seen a layout like that before but I like it!
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Good looking rig! Enjoy it for a long time.
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Beautiful! nice layout, enjoy.
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Beautiful, nice layout, enjoy!
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Old 09-27-2015, 07:44 PM   #7
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This is my first so I don't have anything to compare it to, but we really like the front living room more and more. Seems to give you a little more privacy with the bedroom too, maybe a little more of a hallway and being on the other side of the kitchen, it's not right off your front door.
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I like the front living units as well....they just feel cosier.
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