2008 Fleetwood Excursion 40X 40' Class A Motorhome. Cummins 360HP Diesel Pusher, 3 Slide Outs, Awning, Sleeps 4, Dual A/C Units, Leveling Jacks.
Imagine driving off to all of your favorite destinations in this Fleetwood Excursion Class A coach. Model 40X offers triple slide outs for extra interior space, plus so much more!
Step inside and take a look back at all of the convenient features that would make any journey enjoyable. The kitchen area features everything you need to prepare great meals on the go including a sink, a three burner range with microwave/convection oven, and a refrigerator/freezer. There is also plenty of storage for all of your dry and canned goods. Have a seat at the comfortable dinette, where you can enjoy meals with your family.
The living area includes dual sofas so you can relax during the daytime, and even take in a little television with surround sound. At night the sofas can transform into sleeping space for family or overnight guests.
This coach features a bathroom complete with shower, toilet, and a sink with a medicine cabinet above for your convenience.
The master bedroom offers a spacious retreat thanks to the queen Sleep Number bed. You will find clothing storage, a TV, plus a bit of overhead storage too.
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Original 1-LNB Satellite Dish will track the satellite while driving down the road
The added Dish 1000 3-LNB Satellite Dish can set itself up in 5-10 minutes to track 3 satellites while stationary.
Washer/Dryer Unit Removed and Storage Shelves Installed in bathroom (washer/dryer hookups still available)
Outside Kitchen with Small Fridge and propane grill with a quick-connect propane coupler
8 KW Diesel Generator with on/off switches in dash and next to main bed. Can be setup for auto on/off.
Back up Camera and side-view cameras which activate with turn signals
Roof Mounted Search Light with remote control
Two switch-operated sunscreens for windshield (smaller driver screen switch needs replacement)
One full-width privacy/sun screen for windshield (manually raised and lowered)
1 interior quick-connect propane valve near the oven for a propane space heater or other appliance
Built-in outside radio/CD player with a mount for small TV (TV has been removed)
A carrier for two bicycles is attached to the permanent upper half of the rear ladder
Custom-made snap-on exterior sunscreens (black) for the windshield, door, and driver-side front windows
Built-in air hose quick-connection in the generator compartment with enough air hose to reach rear tires
Four Adco tire covers to reduce sun damage for outside tires
Small table and lamp to mount on steering wheel when parked for extended periods
Two front seats can be rotated 180 degrees to face rearward
Miscellaneous spare parts, LED and halogen bulbs, dump hose, roof repair material
Blue Ox tow bars and cables, etc.
Brake Buddy for towed vehicle
Two Dish Network satellite TV receivers with remotes
Tire Monitoring System with hand-held receiver and 10 transmitters (6 for the coach, 4 for the towed vehicle)
Large Outdoor Carpet (Woven Plastic, Beige)
Large Sunscreen to Attach to the Main Awning (Black)
Items needing work:
-Three window day/night shades need to be re-strung. I've re-strung several shades in the past.
-There is a slow water leak in the water line coming in to the toilet. Might just need to tighten a fitting. The water line is underneath a cover and requires removal of said cover to check it out. Toilet operation is fine.
-The grommet/connector for the exterior shower hose needs to be replaced. This does not affect hose operation.
-One passenger-side exterior storage compartment door has some skin damage which doesn't look good, but doesn't affect the door's operation/sealing.
-The exterior invertor storage compartment door skin has a "ding" in it. Strictly an appearance issue.
-The polymer coating is peeling up on the fiberglass rear cap at the rear edge of the roof panel. Not visible from the street, and the underlying paint is still good. You need to climb onto the roof to see this.
-The fridge has to be manually defrosted, but normal operation is fine. I usually keep temps at 1 and 40 deg F. I replaced the defrosting elements 3 years ago, and it worked OK till this winter.
-Some of the windows are developing a cloudy "hazing" in the material sandwiched between the glass panels.
-The grey water tank sensor reads perpetually at 2/3 full. I've managed to get it working previously, but not on this latest trip north. It still indicates whenever the tank gets above 2/3 full.
-Occasionally I will get a "water in fuel" warning on the dash when driving through rain. This has been checked out and the dealer says that the rubber boot doesn't work very well at keeping road water from getting into the sensor. The warning goes away when the rain does. I've been told to ignore the warning during rainstorms.
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