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Flagstaff 228BH with shower

 

(2008-2016; usurped by the SE version: 228BHSE with shower)


Flagstaff 228BH with shower floorplan
Bed Layout for this model

Highlights

  • The 228BH floorplan with an interior shower/cassette toilet
  • The dinette and gaucho area together help with meals and game time!
  • A full walkway from end to end makes getting to the beds easy

Specifications

  • Box Size: 12'
  • Open Length: 23' 10"
  • Travel Length: 18' 8"
  • Travel Width: 7' 6"
  • Dry Weight: 2280 lbs (brief weight explanation)
  • Hitch Weight: 376 lbs
  • GVWR: 3357 lbs
  • Coupler size: 2"
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Beds:
    1. 80" x 70"
    2. 80" x 60"
    3. 69" x 36"
    4. 70" x 37"

Features

  • Interior shower/cassette toilet
  • 6-gallon water heater with direct-spark ignition
  • exterior shower fixture
  • 2' metal storage deck

...as well as these features standard with the MAC series:

  • Dometic 1.9 cu. ft. 3-way refrigerator
  • Suburban 19,000 BTU furnace with automatic ignition
  • Interior 3-burner stove
  • Exterior propane grill
  • 20-gallon water tank
  • Overhead cabinet
  • Group 27 battery pack
  • 110V heated 3.5" foam mattresses
  • Privacy curtains
  • Powered roof vent
  • Prep table (hangs outside next to the grill)
  • 1-piece door
  • Awning
  • 20# propane tank
  • 13" steel wheels
  • Spare tire
  • Electric brakes

(Other features and minutiae detailed in Standard Features)

Comparable Models

Please note: this is a "brochure page" intended to provide information about a particular model Flagstaff offers--it does not necessarily mean we have this model in stock. Any pictures on brochure pages represent a given model's design but do not necessarily depict an individual camper available for sale and may contain optional equipment. Please see "Features" (above) for included equipment and please check New Campers In Stock for our current inventory.Thank you!

Weights and capacities should be considered estimates and may vary based on how individual campers are outfitted.

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