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> Okanagan Ultimate Suite 116 ULT heavily customized

deminimis
post Oct 1 2018, 10:44 AM
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Favorite Truck Camper(s): Bigfoot & Okanagan
Type and Brand of Truck(s) Owned: Former: 2007.5 Silverado Duramax Dually 4x4 LTZ. Current: 2015 Ram 5500 4x4 Laramie w/ 197 WB and 136
Type of Tiedowns used: Torklift
Truck and Camper Setup: Former: Bigfoot 25c10.6E Current: Okanagan 116ULT



$24000 FIRM. If interested, questions, etc., please PM only. Thank you.

Located in Oregon (Columbia Gorge Area)

First, the factory spiel: 2007 Okanagan 116ULT, The Okanagans Ultimate Suite is truly the king of campers. The revolutionary design of the 116ULT Ultimate Suite camper is based upon the concept of having a full-size slideout on each side of the camper, not just the mini-slides that are already common in the industry. The full-size slides open up the interior to provide room for luxurious amenities usually only found in travel trailers and fifth-wheels - here you'll find a horseshoe dinette with elliptical table, a spacious bathroom with a separate glass enclosed shower and built-in seat, a wardrobe for hanging clothing and even a fireplace. In addition to the extra roominess, the Ultimate Suite features the refrigerator in the slideout, approximately 44 cubic feet of storage space, solar reflective thermal-pane windows, insulated and heated enclosures for the holding tanks and 1-inch blue SM high-density foam insulation that makes this a four-season camper. The galley features a deep double-bowl sink and an L-shape counter, so the chef can spread out and really whip up something nice for dinner. The loft bedroom comes with a TV shelf and lots of wardrobe space that complements the full stand-up wardrobe next to the refrigerator. Under-bed storage and basement storage beneath the main body of the camper stand ready to accommodate more cargo.

Now, here are the goods: This is a true four-season camper with heated tanks. Several custom, expensive, modifications on this Okanagan to make it better than new. Interior lights LED. All exterior lights replaced with LED lights (clearance, tail, etc). Full size queen pillow top mattress. Drop down bunk over dinette. Cheap original medicine cabinet replaced with fancy Kohler cabinet (Aluminum with inside and outside mirrors). Kitchen facet replaced with a nice Moen facet. A second, matching, dual battery box installed in the location of a small, rather worthless compartment. In other words, this camper has four large RV batteries! Samsung LED Smart TV (so you can watch hours of movies on those long Winter evenings). These campers originally rested on a wood subframe. Replaced that with T-6 Aluminum for weight savings and greater strength ($500 in aluminum alone). Another place Okanagan needed improvement was the thin plastic skirts at the rear of the camper. Replaced those with aluminum diamond plate. Recently upgraded all the jacks with Happijacs latest HD jacks (Model 4800 (huge increase in capacity over the orig jacks and 3" greater lift height). Those jacks were approx $1300 for all four. Black/Grey drain moved further aft so the camper could sit on a long flatbed!! So, this camper can be used on a flatbed or regular pickup bed. This camper requires a 3500/350 pickup. Replaced the orig slide toppers with new, boxed and better Carefree SideOut Kover III (nearly $1k for both). Here's where it gets really exciting: 590W of solar, a 3000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter, two automatic transfer switches, inline surge protector, a Blue Sea Systems subpanel that allows powering all outlets and the microwave (I did not want to power the DSI waterheater or the fridge with the inverter as not as efficient). All that solar and electrical upgrades are relatively recent (current products). If I recall correctly, the solar/electrical was approx $5,000 (labor not included).

After going back and forth regarding keeping the solar and all those pricey electrical upgrades, I will sell the camper, as it sits, with all the electronic upgrades/solar for $24000 FIRM as it seems everyone wants the solar/inverter setup. The 3x160W solar panels are Canadian, not Chinese. 110W panel is USA. This setup allows you to boondock indefinably.

The price is very firm. We get tons of compliments on our setup wherever we go. I mean, tons!

Guess I forgot a few things. Has every factory option available except the silly fake electric fireplace. Additionally, this camper is plumbed for gas (two shutoff valves for extra safety) in case you want to run a Wave 6 heater (not included) inside as well (great heaters that use zero electricity and sip the propane). Has an Onan 2500W propane generator onboard, but it sees almost no use (not much more than the occasional "exercising" of the generator as is recommended). Exterior BBQ hookup with hose and small bottle adapter (Weber Q grill (not included) is perfect for this).

Factory Specs/Layout (attached) states "2006", but it's the same for 2007.

Fresh Oregon Tags!

Neither camper nor title will be released until funds clear through my credit union.

Ram 5500 with only $28k miles for sale separately.



Again PMs only please. Thank you!

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deminimis
post Oct 1 2018, 10:46 AM
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Group: Members
Posts: 27
Joined: 5-January 10
Member No.: 3,604
Favorite Truck Camper(s): Bigfoot & Okanagan
Type and Brand of Truck(s) Owned: Former: 2007.5 Silverado Duramax Dually 4x4 LTZ. Current: 2015 Ram 5500 4x4 Laramie w/ 197 WB and 136
Type of Tiedowns used: Torklift
Truck and Camper Setup: Former: Bigfoot 25c10.6E Current: Okanagan 116ULT



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post Oct 1 2018, 10:48 AM
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Group: Members
Posts: 27
Joined: 5-January 10
Member No.: 3,604
Favorite Truck Camper(s): Bigfoot & Okanagan
Type and Brand of Truck(s) Owned: Former: 2007.5 Silverado Duramax Dually 4x4 LTZ. Current: 2015 Ram 5500 4x4 Laramie w/ 197 WB and 136
Type of Tiedowns used: Torklift
Truck and Camper Setup: Former: Bigfoot 25c10.6E Current: Okanagan 116ULT



Aggh, just send me a PM if truly interested and I can send you a bunch of pics. Thanks.
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