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Okangan Tour: Most of the photos below are of the 116ULT,  the "ultimate", being constructed, a double slide camper.

This is actually the roof from a 5th wheel, but the construction is the same. Notice strut-less construction.
Bonding the roof surface to the insulation
Okanagan uses a superior type of foam insulation
Wiring is neater than in most campers we have seen.
Opening for the fireplace, It can also be ordered as a storage cupboard.
Heavy Duty Happijac Slide mechanism is used.
 
TPO roof lapped over edge
Cabover nose shell
TPO roof being applied
 
A bit blurry, it's the Happijac slide mechanism
 
Okanagan uses thicker than normal doors on their storage compartments.
Cabinets are assembled as one large unit & help with structural integrity
 
None of us like this type of electrical connection. We would prefer an inset socket.
 
Huge, & I mean huge, dry bath
Good quality cabinetry
Mirrored closet in cabover
Gas fireplace. Most of us thought this a bit silly in a camper
 
 
 
This one is not an Ultimate Double Slide

 

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