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Old 08-01-2017, 05:05 PM   #1
Joel and Julie
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2010 Keystone Montana 2955RL - $27,500

Excellent condition for a 2010 trailer
Ready to go for any trip

Superior interior atmosphere with hickory hardwood cabinets, Corian counters, and furniture nicer than many homes. We searched for years to find the nicest 5th wheel of this length that money can buy and we chose Montana.

With this model you can access the bathroom, refrigerator and the kitchen table while on the road to have a picnic during your journey. Or, if you stop at the grocery store you can actually put your groceries away without sliding.

Upgrades:
New Goodyear Unisteel G614 tires (extra heavy-duty)
LED 12 volt lighting throughout to reduce battery consumption
Hi Gloss Gel Coated Fiberglass Exterior
Generator: 5.5 KW LP Onan Marquis Gold (quiet). Starting switch located inside the RV so you donít have to go out in the rain.
Batteries: Four golf cart
Mor/Ryde Hitch Pin for a more comfortable ride
King Size Bed
Fantastic Vent

Interior Features:
Air Conditioning: Standard
Kitchen Dinette: Chairs
Interior Flooring Type: Carpet / Vinyl
Master Bedroom: Standard
Number Of Bathrooms: 1
Shower: Standard
Television: Standard
DVD Player: Standard
Laundry chute to basement storage area

Exterior Features:
Patio Awning: Power
Leveling Jack Type: Front Power / Rear Power
Full sized spare tire

Specifications:
Maximum Sleeping Capacity: 6
Number Of Slideouts: 2
Length (ft-in / m): 33' 3'' / 10.1
Interior Height (in / mm): N/A
Base Weight (lbs / kg): 10195 / 4624.5
Carrying Capacity (lbs / kg): 3520 / 1596.7
Hitch Weight (lbs / kg): 1715 / 777.9
Number Of Axles: 2
Air Conditioning (BTUs): 15000
Heater (BTUs): 35000
Holding Tanks:
Fresh Water Capacity (gal / L): 66 / 249.8
Gray Water Capacity (gal / L): 93 / 352
Black Water Capacity (gal / L): 50 / 189.3
Propane Capacity (gal / lbs): 14.2 / 60
Water Heater Tank (gal / L): 12 / 45.4

Please call Joel at 707-292-9982
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Old 08-07-2017, 01:44 PM   #2
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Price reduced to $26,500 plus additional information

We only used it for a few weeks per year, so the interior condition is excellent. We are the original owners.

Many more photos at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p74ry8bd8...6Ms5FBh0a?dl=0

The awning only been extended for a few days since new

Sleeping capacity is 4 with the kitchen dinette table and chairs, not 6 as initially quoted (copied from Montana specifications page).
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Old 08-07-2017, 03:16 PM   #3
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Sorry to hear you're giving up RVing
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Old 08-08-2017, 09:17 PM   #4
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We hope that it's just a break for a few years and that we'll return to RV'ing! Hope you are doing well with your move.
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Old 08-19-2017, 12:53 PM   #5
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Price reduced to $24,500.
Sleeps 4 (not 6 because of our dinette table).
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Old 11-08-2017, 08:34 AM   #6
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Hi there! Can you please email me a picture of the 4 6-volt battery setup? I’m sorry to say that I’m not interested in your rig (just bought a 2018 3120RL) but I would appreciate a pic or two of how you configured your 4 battery setup. CurtissEmail@gmail.com

As the other gentleman said, sorry to hear that you’re selling your rig - it’s beautiful. (Wished we’d seen it before buying new!)

Thanks for considering my request.

Curtiss
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Old 11-08-2017, 05:46 PM   #7
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I sold the trailer, so can't send a photo.

I installed a box from Dyno Batteries: BATBOXGC2B-4
https://www.fisheriessupply.com/dyno...-box-4-version

I installed it in the area below and beside the hydraulic pump after reinforcing the thin metal floor with a leftover piece of 1 1/8 inch thick plywood.

I first made a cardboard model of the box to make sure I could get it into the space. It was tight, but fit without modifications.



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Hi there! Can you please email me a picture of the 4 6-volt battery setup? Iím sorry to say that Iím not interested in your rig (just bought a 2018 3120RL) but I would appreciate a pic or two of how you configured your 4 battery setup. CurtissEmail@gmail.com

As the other gentleman said, sorry to hear that youíre selling your rig - itís beautiful. (Wished weíd seen it before buying new!)

Thanks for considering my request.

Curtiss
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Old 11-08-2017, 07:38 PM   #8
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Hi !

Congrats on the sale - always a little nerve wracking (for me at least!).

Thanks for sharing the details of your installation. Once we get our trailer I’ll go to work outfitting it for my 6v batteries - following your lead.

(My wife and I are from the Sacramento area, with all our family still living in that area. I’m hoping you didn’t lose your home in the fires. We still can’t fathom all the devastation.)
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