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Old 05-12-2015, 05:13 PM   #1
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Mountaineer RL-362RLQ-38'

One year into our 2nd Montana. First was a 2006-36' two slide but princess got her wish and because of the lower weight, we were able to buy a 4-slide unit pulled by our 2006 Dodge Ram Deisel multi Cab and she pulls this 38' without any issue. Does anyone out there have this unit, and if so, any thoughts? We love the dark grain wood work!!!!
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Old 05-12-2015, 08:04 PM   #2
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I bought a 2013 362 last year (after it sat on dealer lot for almost a year). We really like the floorplan. Did a test run after PDI on the hottest day of the year here in Phoenix last summer. (116 I think)
It took the AC from 3 pm to 11 pm to get temp down to around 90. About 2 in the morning it finally got into the 70's. Only one AC back then. Found out the hide-a-bed is pretty comfy!!! It is right under the AC dump vent, so we could actually get to sleep. Next day I ordered a 2nd AC. Since it is better insulated than my previous 2006 model, I thought one AC might suffice. Wrong!!!
This coming summer am headed to Calgary for stampede Days, so will get a little longer trip in. Went to Rally in Goshen last fall.
Oh, by the way, when there Tiara couldn't work on the slide creep issue, but got me in to Lippert at 7 am next day. Replaced the 2 big slide cylinders.
Oh, a question for you, does the TV/Computer slide fit very tightly? A different dealer thought the fit was too tight to adjust anything. I say this because the flap at the top didn't unfold all the way, so thought maybe and adjustment was in order. My 2005 model had the slides sort of pop up the first few inches when retracting. This one pretty much just comes straight in. Any comments on any of this?

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