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Furrion oven

We'll be picking up our DRV JX450 in a few weeks smile.   After lots of research, and even more weighing pros and cons and personal preference, I decided to go ahead and have the gas cooktop/oven combo installed.  DRV is now using Furrion stoves/ovens (separate components as opposed to a range), and so far, what I've seen online (mostly from Rolling Retreats videos and discussions) has been very promising.

My question is:  does anyone else have a Furrion oven, and if so, what is your experience with it? 

Thanks for any comments!



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I have had contact with some Montana owners that have them in their new 2017 rigs... they love them.


Brian, Cindi & Josie (our fur baby)
2017 RAM 3500 Laramie 4x4 CCLB, CTD, Aisin, B&W hitch, dually
2020 Keystone Montana Legacy 3813MS w/FBP ,
MORryde 8k IS, Kodiak disc brakes, no solar  YET!

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