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Old 07-07-2009, 07:33 PM   #1
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Floor plans

Can anyone tell me where I might find floor plans for various years of SR's from 2005 and newer. We currently have a 2003 267SR but we are outgrowing it rather quickly. I need a unit that bigger bunks(those kids grow fast).
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Here is the collection of brochures on the site
http://www.sunlineclub.com/brochures.html
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Old 07-07-2009, 08:01 PM   #3
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thanks, that was very heplful.
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Old 07-07-2009, 10:00 PM   #4
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The one larger bunk model that I can think of that Sunline made was the 317SR, but they are very rare.

Depending on where you're located, I know of 2-3 for sale at the moment.

Unfortunately, I don't think you'll find any RV with larger bunks. The 317SR has the benefit of the triple bunks which have all open sides.

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Well last week after an almost to the day 2 year search, we bought a 2004 317 SR. I looked at so many campers of every brand but made the choice to stay with Sunline, there's just something about these trailers I can't put my finger on it. Sunline Fan said they were rare and he wasn't kidding. I looked at a few of the 317's in the last 2 years but never found one that didn't need a ton of work. I found one at a dealership in Lancaster PA that was in near perfect condition and jumped on it. Traded in the 267SR and couldn't be happier.
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Now it is time for the mods to begin. I want to fabricate a bike rack for the back of the trailer and I want to find a better place for the TV other than the top of the fridge.
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Hi Backtogas,

Congrats on your new coach! Since you found a 2004, it has many of the newer upgrades that occurred in the 04 models. Also I think they started that model in 2004... And I do not see it in the 2005 brochure. Sunline Fan can fill us in on that.

If you need any help with the slide, suspension, brakes, bearings or just about anything else on it... Let us know. We have a good supply of folks with similar models and lots of pics on them.

Also welcome to the 10,000# GVWR class of campers. There are a few of us with the big ones... A heads up if you have not done so, check the DOT date codes on your tires. 5 years is about it. And keep them aired up to 65psi all the time while towing. You should be on ST225/75R15 load range D at least that came stock with that size trailer unless some one upsized them already.

Have fun in your new rig and looking forward to hearing and seeing your Sunline adventures. Some pics of your camper would be cool. I never saw the inside or a T317 with the moving wall. One of the engineers from Sunline had a super custom one he was trying to sell a long time ago when we where looking for the one we have now but the floor plan was not for us.

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JohnB, when I bought the camper, one of the stipulations was to switch over my tires from the 267 to the 317 since they were brand new. As far as weight, the 317 empty felt as heavy as the 267 when loaded. Now that wife has the 317 loaded I'm sure I am right around 8k maybe a little more. My truck is a 2008 F350 CC V10 long bed, so I think I'm good there. I also see some others from PA, I live in Montgomery County.
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Glad to hear you finally found your dream 317SR! I've heard there's a number of ones in bad shape in the eastern US. A member here had one at a M&G and it was also one of the few they looked at that wasn't a complete piece of junk.

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Hi Backtogas,

Congrats on your new coach! Since you found a 2004, it has many of the newer upgrades that occurred in the 04 models. Also I think they started that model in 2004... And I do not see it in the 2005 brochure. Sunline Fan can fill us in on that.

Have fun in your new rig and looking forward to hearing and seeing your Sunline adventures. Some pics of your camper would be cool. I never saw the inside or a T317 with the moving wall. One of the engineers from Sunline had a super custom one he was trying to sell a long time ago when we where looking for the one we have now but the floor plan was not for us.

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They did make a few '03 317SRs too.

Carl has his up for sale again! He just contacted me the other day. Too far away/too much work for me to consider, and I really have no need for the floorplan like that since I have one that works for me.
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JohnB, when I bought the camper, one of the stipulations was to switch over my tires from the 267 to the 317 since they were brand new. As far as weight, the 317 empty felt as heavy as the 267 when loaded. Now that wife has the 317 loaded I'm sure I am right around 8k maybe a little more. My truck is a 2008 F350 CC V10 long bed, so I think I'm good there. I also see some others from PA, I live in Montgomery County.
You for sure have the right truck for the job!

And you even have the fixed heads so you do not have the broken spark plug head ache.... 7 out of 10 of mine broke a few months ago changing plugs.

Happy camping

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JohnB, when I bought the camper, one of the stipulations was to switch over my tires from the 267 to the 317 since they were brand new. As far as weight, the 317 empty felt as heavy as the 267 when loaded. Now that wife has the 317 loaded I'm sure I am right around 8k maybe a little more. My truck is a 2008 F350 CC V10 long bed, so I think I'm good there. I also see some others from PA, I live in Montgomery County.

Congrats on your purchase - I am also in Montgomery County!
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John as a fellow FTE member, I was reading of your troubles with plugs, at least you will do it only once.I can change my plugs in 90 minutes but others have been less fortunate.

Sunline Fan, I have been following your progress with your PSD conversion. Nice job. I have always wanted an Ex ever since I saw them first advertised in all the magazines. All in due time.
As far as the camper goes, I am getting together materials to make the bike rack. Just haven't decided whether to take the back bumper off and make a new one with a rack built into it or go under the bumper so as not to disturb the sewer hose storage.
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Sunline Fan, I have been following your progress with your PSD conversion. Nice job. I have always wanted an Ex ever since I saw them first advertised in all the magazines. All in due time.
Thanks! It probably won't be done for a long time yet, but it should be nice when it's done. I have far to many memories with this Ex- did driver's test in it, picked up this current Sunline with it, etc.- to just trade it in for another Ex with the 7.3 already, not to mention all the extra maintenance things that would have to be attended to on a new one. Yes, this '05 still has factory shocks and brakes which it would be nice to replace somewhat soon, and the steering box has problems and needs to be replaced, but everything else is still nice enough condition that it's worth it to keep it.

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