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Old 05-15-2013, 12:59 PM   #1
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325 double frig

I am looking at getting a 325, the dealer has a 2013 and a 2014, the 14 has the double frig. Of those that have the double frig have you had any issues with cooling? I thought I read on here that some has issues with their frig not saying cold. Also the 14 has the touring package, is it worth the extra $$$. Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-15-2013, 01:17 PM   #2
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You might be a little more specific about what a "325" is.

My Sanibel has a 4-door fridge (12cu-ft) that works great. We have it in the medium setting. It stays about 37 degrees and makes ice with no problems.
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325 res double fridge

It is the crusader 325 res, sorry
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Old 05-15-2013, 05:15 PM   #4
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I think the 12 Cu-ft fridge is a nice option. Ours has the 8 and it will be fine, but always nice to have more fridge space.
I've heard that there were cooling issues, and the fan was loud. Not sure if this has been rectified.
The Touring Edition is a great package. We have it and really like it.

Go for it!
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I wish i could use my 325( 2 weeks old ) ...it wont let me put fresh water in the tank... good luck !!
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I wish i could use my 325( 2 weeks old ) ...it wont let me put fresh water in the tank... good luck !!
It's doing that because your FRF profile still says you have a Puma!
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zs325res, how does your 2500 6.0 liter do with the 325res? I have a 2006 chevy cc/sb 4x4 duramax/ally. I'm going from a 6700 TT to hopefully this 325res. We normally only take one big trip which is to table rock lake in missouri, lots of hills. any imput is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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zs325res, how does your 2500 6.0 liter do with the 325res? I have a 2006 chevy cc/sb 4x4 duramax/ally. I'm going from a 6700 TT to hopefully this 325res. We normally only take one big trip which is to table rock lake in missouri, lots of hills. any imput is greatly appreciated. Thanks
That is the question. The pull from the dealer a few weeks ago went pretty well, but I know that the bigger hills will be a challenge. The first real test will be next week when we take it out for our first trip. I do have the 4:10 gears, so that helps, plus I put a cold air intake on it - if that will help. The truck is a beast, so I think I'm good.
IMO Your D/A will be a great TV for the 325RES. If you have the 6.5 ft bed, you will not need a slider hitch. I got one, but really don't need it. I hope that helps.

You definitely have the right truck - now go get that Crusader! We really like ours.
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It's doing that because your FRF profile still says you have a Puma!
We had a very nice 2012 Keystone Cougar high country model 299 rks...that i am starting to regret selling
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