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1995 Dutchmen 24' Classic 5th Wheel Camper w/Slide-SOLD

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Very good condition 5th wheel camper with awning, electric front jacks, ac, microwave, full slide. Newer batteries, updated propane tanks, new spare tire, max air vent covers, recently packed wheel bearings. Has rear bumper hitch for boat. All ready to go. $6,200 . Email for pics. Thanks for looking. WG

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Please send pics to : jestus (at) sherbtel (dot) net

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Please send pics! Thanks

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LF,Bite, Wayner, pics sent. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks.

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Someone asked - it has a lower profile front. I used to pull it with a 1/2 ton. Thanks.

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What does the sticker show for GVW & AVW?

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Bite:

GVWR is 7,000, GAWR is 3,500 front and rear each.

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Nebrwalleye, pics sent. Any questions, just let me know.

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Bing, pics sent. Let me know if questions.

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Bump...

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Could I get some pic's emailed to me at khager@cesco.com. Also, where are you located? Thanks.

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Khager: Pics sent.

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Pics please

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can you send me the pics?

svanguilder at mchsi (Contact Us Please)

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Sold.

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