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Catalina Summit Series 174FQS - New 2021

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2021 Catalina Summit Series 174FQS Floor Plan
2021 Catalina Summit Series 174FQS Floor Plan
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Catalina Summit Series 174FQS Specifications

Sleeps 4
Hitch Weight 420 lbs.
Ship Weight 3534 lbs.
Gross Weight (GVWR) 4400 lbs.
Cargo Capacity N/A
Length (Exterior) 20' 6"
Height (Exterior) 10' 1"
Width (Exterior) 7' 6"
Slides 1
Fresh Water Capacity 44 gallons
Gray Water Capacity 30 gallons
Black Water Capacity 30 gallons
L.P. Capacity 20 lbs.
Beds 1
Primary Bed Type Queen
Second Bed Type N/A
Bathrooms 1
Toilet Type Marine Foot Flush
Refrigerator Size N/A
Stove Burners 2
TV Size N/A
Second TV Size N/A
Dinette Type Sofa with Table
Seating Type Jiffy
Second Seating Type N/A
Primary Awning Length 13' 0"
AC Units 1
AC BTU 13500
Second AC BTU N/A
Furnace Units 1
Furnace BTU 20000
Second Furnace BTU N/A
Tire Size N/A
Axles 1
Garage Length N/A
Engine Model N/A
Engine Fuel Type N/A
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Description - 2021 Catalina Summit Series 174FQS

Summer is never a bummer when you spend weekends with the 2021 Coachmen Catalina Summit Series 174FQS! When you camp in this Travel Trailer, you get the comfort of home and the spirit of adventure! Get it for a great price at AOK RVs, Missouri's go-to camper dealer! It's for sale at our Gravois Mills dealership, located at 621 N Main St Gravois Mills Missouri 65037. Give us a call at 573-374-8113 to start your RV lifestyle today!

Stay protected from the elements outside with the 13' 0" awning! This camper has a hitch weight of 420 lbs. and a dry weight of 3534 lbs.

You'll have plenty of clean drinking water throughout the trip with the 44 gallon freshwater tank. Inside this camper's roomy kitchen, you'll find a 2 burner range, 7.00 cu. ft. refrigerator, and more!

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