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Old 10-26-2019, 09:53 AM   #1
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2014 Montana 3402rl

2014 Montana 3402rl. $39,500
13 months remaining on transferable extended warranty.Standard Package
Less than 10,000 miles
6-Point Hydraulic Auto Leveling System
Upgraded to Goodyear Unisteel G614 RST Radial Tires - 235/85R16 126R
Moreyde Step above with hand rail
Central Vacuum
Electric awning
Fantastic Fan Vent
Four Door Refrigerator (12-CuFt)
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King Bed
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Ducted Second Air Conditioner (13,500 BTU)
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Old 10-27-2019, 08:02 AM   #2
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Yep, looks just like mine!
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Old 10-27-2019, 09:51 AM   #3
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Welcome to the forum from Arizona. Great rig it should serve you well.
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Old 10-28-2019, 08:59 AM   #4
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Welcome to the forum from Arizona. Great rig it should serve you well.
Yes it did, but it is FOR SALE
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Old 10-28-2019, 09:01 AM   #5
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2014 montana 3402rl. $39,500
13 months remaining on transferable extended warranty.standard package
less than 10,000 miles
6-point hydraulic auto leveling system
upgraded to goodyear unisteel g614 rst radial tires - 235/85r16 126r
moreyde step above with hand rail
central vacuum
electric awning
fantastic fan vent
four door refrigerator (12-cuft)
convection microwave oven
king bed
2 recliners
electric fireplace
air mattress hide-a-bed sofa
generator prep
ducted second air conditioner (13,500 btu)
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Old 11-09-2019, 03:51 PM   #6
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I also have a 2014 3402RL and am looking for new tires. Went to Maxxis 4 1/2 years ago and haven’t been dissatisfied. At the Rally in Goshen, kind of got sold on the Sailun. Well, it’s just money, go why not g614’s. Noticed you went to g614’s. Any problems with the extra tire size and did the regular 235/80r16 wheels work? Thanks!
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Old 11-10-2019, 07:44 AM   #7
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Had no problems with the G's fitting. Need a strong compressor to pump 110 psi i them. And be sure the rims are rated for 110psi.
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Old 11-10-2019, 06:21 PM   #8
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Kind of why I asked the question. Thought if you had the same unit/year good chance you had the same wheels. How can you tell?
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Old 11-10-2019, 08:54 PM   #9
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Kind of why I asked the question. Thought if you had the same unit/year good chance you had the same wheels. How can you tell?
If you can slide underneath you might be able to see the stamped max pressure rating on the inside of the rim. You may have to remove a wheel to see it
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Old 11-10-2019, 09:24 PM   #10
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Look into the sailun 17.5” H rated tires. They are cheaper to purchase with the wheel Than the good year G 614 tire alone. I replace all 5 tires and wheels and have about 3000 miles on the set with them still looking new. I purchased the tires and wheels on line and had them delivered with new center caps, mounted and balanced. I was initially concerned they would ride rougher but have not found this to be true so far. G614 are great tires but too expensive for me. Next set of tires will me a lot cheaper when I don’t have to replace the 120 psi wheels
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Old 11-10-2019, 11:55 PM   #11
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Iíím in a jam!

We just left our unit in Canton GA and flew back to Minneapolis Saturday. We got tired of “dead heading” home and are trying something new this year. We fly back late December to continue our travels.

As we were leaving the storage unit to go to the airport, I noticed a gash in the sidewall of the forward door side tire. Not to the cord, but a chunk out of the rubber. Must of hit a jagged edge of a curb unknowingly. Decided a change of tires a year early might make sense. The Maxxis tires have been great, but are coming up on 5 years. The Sailun guys at the MOC Rally presented a pretty compelling case for their tires (price / performance). I don’t know the pressure rating of our wheels and can’t really look. I’d wanted to have tires ordered and paid for at the Camping World in Woodstock to expedite our trip timing. Thought I had a year to figure out the new tire thing, but had to catch a plane back in Atlanta and now the new tire decision is now. I’m stuck and don’t want to spend the first few days of our trip in the CW parking lot waiting for tires and mounting.

Any ideas? Anyone close that could look? Anything?
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Old 11-11-2019, 11:09 AM   #12
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Your 2014 3402 has 110 P.S.I. wheels. You are good to go with the Sailuns (a great choice!!).
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Thanks Carl n Susan!!
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Old 11-13-2019, 07:58 PM   #14
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Am looking for a Montana but a Washer/dryer or hookup is a priority for us. I don't see it mentioned in your listing? Does your unit have at least the prep for a Washer/dryer?
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Am looking for a Montana but a Washer/dryer or hookup is a priority for us. I don't see it mentioned in your listing? Does your unit have at least the prep for a Washer/dryer?
Yes. It has a washer dryer prep in the broom closet next to the entry door. I did not consider installing one. There are a couple of removable shelves/cubby holes up high. Could use a dual washer/dryer or remove the shelves and install a stackable. Attached is a photo of the closet door to washer prep area. Also a couple other photos of the interior. I could take a photo of the open closet tomorrow if you wish.

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Old 11-13-2019, 09:57 PM   #16
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We just left our unit in Canton GA and flew back to Minneapolis Saturday. We got tired of ďdead headingĒ home and are trying something new this year. We fly back late December to continue our travels.

As we were leaving the storage unit to go to the airport, I noticed a gash in the sidewall of the forward door side tire. Not to the cord, but a chunk out of the rubber. Must of hit a jagged edge of a curb unknowingly. Decided a change of tires a year early might make sense. The Maxxis tires have been great, but are coming up on 5 years. The Sailun guys at the MOC Rally presented a pretty compelling case for their tires (price / performance). I donít know the pressure rating of our wheels and canít really look. Iíd wanted to have tires ordered and paid for at the Camping World in Woodstock to expedite our trip timing. Thought I had a year to figure out the new tire thing, but had to catch a plane back in Atlanta and now the new tire decision is now. Iím stuck and donít want to spend the first few days of our trip in the CW parking lot waiting for tires and mounting.

Any ideas? Anyone close that could look? Anything?

Instead of messing around with CW, who is not a tire shop, why not get hold of Edwards Tire in Woodstock, who is a Sailun dealer and can install those on your rig. I would just contact them ahead of time, and then just tow the trailer to them and you will probably be done in less than an hour, if they are prepared for you to come in. https://edwardstires.com/s637t-tires...3/DisplayAll:0
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