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Old 08-27-2014, 07:08 PM   #41
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We have a 258RKS, it's just over a year old. No problems, except for minor issues. I have re-screwed several cabinets that were not screwed properly initially. We love ours!
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:23 PM   #42
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We store our camper off-site at a storage facility as our homeowner's association will not allow us to store on our property. However, I was planning to swing by there tomorrow evening, anyways, so i can easily take some measurements and some pix, too. I'll reply with the info tomorrow evening.


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Old 08-27-2014, 10:07 PM   #43
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Just bought one, too

Hi there, just bought one of these 259 bad-boys and picking up on Sat, figured I'd join the forum here, and say hi.

Love the layout, and looking forward to the extra room, we're moving up from a pop-up, so this thing will be quite the step up in convenience. With the boys growing, we needed the bunks, and I'm just sick of the constant up-down-up-down, required with the pop up.

Anybody out there know of a non-destructive way to mount some solar panels on the roof? We do a lot of dry camping, and would be nice to have some spare juice.

Can't wait to tow it home, and then to the beach the following weekend.
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Old 08-28-2014, 01:19 AM   #44
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That would be great if your going there anyway... but please don't go out of your way.

We haven't heard back from the dealership yet! Wish there were more options for dealerships out here...

Glad to hear people are happy with their units!
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Old 09-07-2014, 12:19 PM   #45
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Apologize for being seriously delinquent in getting back to you on this...life tends to override plans. Anyways....

From back to front, kitchen side:

Tip of bumper to kitchen slide: 88"
Kitchen slide: 88"
Slide to front of camper "box": 127"
Tongue: 36"


From back to front, dinette side:

Tip of bumper to dinette slide: 90"
Dinette slide: 112"
Slide to front of camper "box": 101"
Tongue: 36"

Here are some pics to show how tight it is with the slides in:

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Again, sorry for not doing this sooner. Hope the info is still helpful!!


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