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Dean C from Idaho says:

2 years after purchase we noticed roof staples coming up through the TPO rubber membrane. Keystone was contact in which we were told that the TPO rubb

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2 years after purchase we noticed roof staples coming up through the TPO rubber membrane. Keystone was contact in which we were told that the TPO rubber roof is very durable and the staple issue was not a concern. One year later the staples were protruding further up into the roof membrane and again we contacted Keystone and again were told the same thing as before but were advised to take the coach to one of there authorized service/ repair facilities which we did. The repair facility did confirm there was an issue with the roof as stipulated needing immediate repair. Photos were sent to Keystone and the repair was completely. Keystone then decided to deny the claim stating our coach was out of warranty, therefore not covered. The total expenses were now on us. We tried to appeal to keystone and even contacted “RV solutions “ through “Trailer life Magazine “ in which Keystone refused to reply and continued to ignore any additional contact not only with the magazine but with the repair facility. The other issue was storage cupboard shelves collapsing do to poor assembly workmanship and cheap materials used. We will NEVER purchase another Keystone product and have shared our experience with all who ask us about our coach.
- Dean C, Idaho

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2019-08-13 2013 Keystone Montana 3150RL View Listings

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Overall, we find this fifth wheel met our needs quite accurately. For just two people it is very liveable. Our situation with sometimes having a third person with us has made the desire for a different floor plan our reason for selling. There is plenty of storage for two people, especially if you do not full time. We have traveled in it for two months at a time and found it to meet all our needs. For two people we found the layout quite good. Furniture quality is our only complaint. As 2nd owners we have experienced no major issues. We enjoy the extra space the three slide outs give us.
- Candace Jones, Iowa

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2019-01-08 2013 Keystone Montana 3150RL View Listings

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Although we like our particular "Montana 3150RL" very much, we have experienced very poor factory warrantee coverage in which our TPO roof was experiencing staples coming up through the membrane from the sub roof structure. Two years after the original purchase we began noticing signs of staples attempting to poke through the rubber roof. We contacted "Keystone RV" expressing our roof concerns and were told that it wasn't an issue do to the durability of the rubber TPO roof. The next year it got much worse and we again contacted "Keystone RV" and sent them photos. "Keystones" recommended we have the issue investigated by one of "their authorized service dealers" which we did. Once at the the dealership, it was determined that the original factory sub roof staples used, we're too short and therefore popping up through the rubber roof membrane. The dealership stated they would make the needed repairs and submit their findings and repair justification to "Keystone" for warrantee coverage. During the repair time frame, the damages caused by the faulty staples, photos of the roof damages including the invoice were submitted to "Keystone." Our claim was then denied by "Keystone" stating that our 5th wheel was out of warrantee and therefore not covered. "How convenient on "Keystone's" part" and a substantial expense out of our wallet. Consequently, we've bought our last "keystone" product, and will continue to voice our product experience with all who ask us about our "Montana" coach during our travels.
- Dean C., Idaho

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2018-05-17 2013 Keystone Montana 3150RL View Listings

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Although we love our Montana, we have experienced that the warranty factor leaves much to be desired. Our expensive roof repair claims were denied even though the repairs were deemed necessary by their “authorized” repair facility, bearing us with the total cost. Even an intervention by “Trailer Life Magazine “ per our request was ignored by Keystone. “We’ll never purchased another “Keystone “ product... “Buyer beware..”
- Stringpicker, Idaho

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2016-03-26 2013 Keystone Montana 3150RL View Listings

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I would give this a 4.5 star. Very livable and good floor plan. No major problems. Quality is very good. Owned 3 years. Over 15000 miles traveled and lived in it a yotal of 1.5 years. Very satisfied. Good storage.
- Les, Alaska

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