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#1 OFFLINE   sirwilliam

sirwilliam

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  • Camper Brand:CITATION SUPREME 26 RKS 5'TH WHEEL
  • Truck Make & Model:CHEVY SILVERADO K2500HD DURAMAX/ALLISON
  • Name (Public):STEVE

Posted 06 February 2005 - 12:19 PM

We have had our camper for 4 years now and it has been an excellent model. It is an Okanagan 10.5WS that is 10' 6" in length X 106" wide. It is a basement Fibreglass model 12' in height when loaded on our 2002 K2500HD Duramx/Allison Chevy Truck. We hope to get many more years of good service from this combo. Below is a list of the standard and optional equipment it came with as well as some things I added (*):

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EPDM Rubber Roof;
Roof Rack & Ladder;
Skylight;
Fantastic Fan (over bed);
Batwing Antenna & Radio Antenna;
30 Imperial Gallon Fresh Water tank, 25 Gallon Grey & 15 Gallon Black Water;
Driver's Side Bedroom Window Escape Hatch;
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Propane Detector;
12000 DSI Furnace (Atwood);
AC 110 Volt/Propane DSI 6 Gallon Water Heater (Atwood);
Four Burner Stove C/W Oven
Dometic Americana 6 Cubic Foot Double Door DSI Fridge;
Full Queen Size Cabover Bed;
Dinette Bed 48"X72";
Forward Mounted Wet Bathroom;
Panosonic Remote AM/FM MP3 CD Player * ;
Sansui 13" Remote VCR/TV Combo * ;
Cable/Satelite Dish Wired;
Double Door Closet;
46 Watt Siemins Solar Panel * ;
2 X 6 Volt Interstate Deep Cycle Golf Cart Batteries (225 amps) * ;
1000 Watt Inverter * ;
2 X 20lb Propane Tanks;
Swingout TV for viewing from Bed or Dinette;
Atwood Electric Jacks;
Double Basin Galley Sink;
Lots of Windows;
Lots of Counter Space plus Sandwich Bar and Pantry;
Lots of Cupboard & Drawer Space;
Generator Compartment Pre-Wired for AC/DC;
Outside Shower;
All Shore Power & Water Hookups;
Telephone Pre-Wire Option * ;
Accordian Style Window Shades;
Louver over Stove;
Bedspread & Shams;
Most Cupboard Doors are Mirrored;
Sewer Hose Stowage Compartment.


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#2 OFFLINE   Bigf00t

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  • Camper Brand:2010 Northern Lite 10.2RR
  • Truck Make & Model:2004 GMC 3500 SRW
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Posted 06 February 2005 - 04:37 PM

Hi Steve, Glad you can join us !!

Just a question in regards to the picture of your TC in the above post. Is that Toquart Bay on Vancouver Is.?? It sure looks like it, But a lot less crowded !!

Ron
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2004 GMC 3500 SRW Ext. Cab 4X4 Duramax/Allison,Torklift Tie Downs,Torklift Stable Loads, Racor Pre Filter, Rancho 9000`s, Firestone Air Bags w/ in cab controller<br />
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#3 OFFLINE   sirwilliam

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  • Gender:Male
  • Location:COURTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA
  • Interests:RV'IN', CAMPIN', SOCKEYE FISHIN' & JUST PLAIN HAVIN' FUN....
  • Camper Brand:CITATION SUPREME 26 RKS 5'TH WHEEL
  • Truck Make & Model:CHEVY SILVERADO K2500HD DURAMAX/ALLISON
  • Name (Public):STEVE

Posted 06 February 2005 - 06:33 PM

Hi Steve, Glad you can join us !!

Just a question in regards to the picture of your TC in the above post. Is that Toquart Bay on Vancouver Is.?? It sure looks like it, But a lot less crowded !!

Ron

Ron:
Glad you ask. It's a place called "Macktush Campground". It's about half way down the Albernie Inlet on the north side. This picture was taken just after the Canada Day weekend (1st weekend of July). The place had just emptied out and it was great for launching and recovering the boat. It's a quiet campground most of the time orientated towards fishing. It is total dry camping (boondocking) except for the odd water spigot here and there as well as the odd outhouse. After you leave Pt Albernie to go towards Toquart Bay you turn left onto the McCoy Lake Rd just over the bridge and then you turn left on the Woodrow Rd and follow thw logging road for about an hour or so depending how fast the road lets you drive. It can be very rough inplaces. Below is a map of the inlet and on the left you'll notice Macktush Bay and on the further left is macktush Campground. Hope this helps.............Steve...

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#4 OFFLINE   Bigf00t

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  • Interests:Camping........Is there anything else ???
  • Camper Brand:2010 Northern Lite 10.2RR
  • Truck Make & Model:2004 GMC 3500 SRW
  • Name (Public):Ron

Posted 07 February 2005 - 07:41 AM

Thanks for the info Steve, I`m always looking for a new fishing spot !
<strong class='bbc'>2010 Northern Lite Ten-2000 10.2RR,PD4645 converter upgrade,2x80W Sharp solar panels,stainless FastGuns<br />
2004 GMC 3500 SRW Ext. Cab 4X4 Duramax/Allison,Torklift Tie Downs,Torklift Stable Loads, Racor Pre Filter, Rancho 9000`s, Firestone Air Bags w/ in cab controller<br />
<br />
Pitt Meadows,B.C.</strong><br />
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