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Old 09-07-2014, 07:35 PM   #1441
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Old 09-07-2014, 11:58 PM   #1442
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Are you aware that this forum is a Forest River forum and not Keystone? Keystone has a forum too that you might want to explore and there you will find other RV'ers with issues related to Keystone and not FR. Anyhow, nice looking rig, however illegal to pull like that in Michigan. I used to have a Passport 199ML and really liked it, but moved up to a 5er 2 years ago.
Yes iam aware of the Keystone form. Lol. Just like following them both. In Ontario were allowed up to 75'6" while towing with a truck. Iam 73' lol
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:02 AM   #1443
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Wow, weird. We also had a 199ML, and sold it about 2 years ago to get our 5th. Did you also get yours from American RV?


Yes, I bought my ML199 and my Surveyor from American RV in Grand Rapids. It breaks my heart when I read all the dealer problems here on the forum while American has always stood behind the products they sell 110%. My salesman was Jim Snyder. Did you use him?
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Old 09-08-2014, 07:54 PM   #1444
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Wow, weird. We also had a 199ML, and sold it about 2 years ago to get our 5th. Did you also get yours from American RV?



And RhoZeta, I got what would fit in my garage.
Now that is an awesome picture! Fantastic!
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:35 PM   #1445
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Yes, I bought my ML199 and my Surveyor from American RV in Grand Rapids. It breaks my heart when I read all the dealer problems here on the forum while American has always stood behind the products they sell 110%. My salesman was Jim Snyder. Did you use him?
Yes, we also bought from Jim. He was excellent to deal with.
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:07 PM   #1446
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My first real towing adventure with the new pickup... Surprised to be getting 13 mpg towing into about 20 mph headwind. On the way back we got a touch better than 15 mpg with a 20 mph tailwind. Went to Brookshire, TX for 2 nights. Then to Rockport, Tx for 4 nights. We came back to Weatherford, today... roughly 8 hours towing, but not too tiring. I think the truck downshifted on hills twice all day.
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:21 PM   #1447
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New to FR, but not to camping. Previously had 40' Titanium TH followed by a 43' KZ Stoneridge TH that were used for snow birding and extended stays. Down sized everything to our new Rockwood 2604 WS which seems to be perfect for the kind of camping we do now.

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New to FR, but not to camping. Previously had 40' Titanium TH followed by a 43' KZ Stoneridge TH that were used for snow birding and extended stays. Down sized everything to our new Rockwood 2604 WS which seems to be perfect for the kind of camping we do now.

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How you liking that 3.0L Eco Diesel??? I just picked up a Jeep Grand Cherokee a couple months back with the same motor. I like it, haven't towed with it but have heard the motor in the Truck vs the SUV are tuned totally different.
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