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Spartan to Host Chassis Maintenance Seminar

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Spartan Specialty Vehicles will showcase its 2018 K3 605 model motorhome chassis at the Family Motor Coach Association’s (FMCA) 96th International Convention, located at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis July 12 – 15.

Exhibiting in booth numbers 2030-2031 and 2017-2018, Spartan’s new K3 605 will be on display and features a Cummins X15 605 horsepower diesel engine, an Allison Transmission 4000 MH, 6-speed electronic transmission, 20,000-pound independent front suspension, and 20,000-pound towing capacity.

The K3 605 underpins luxury motorhomes, including the Entegra Cornerstone, the Newmar King Aire, Newmar Essex, and Newmar London Aire.

“FMCA is an ideal place to bring motorhome manufacturers and dealers together to see the newest offerings in the industry, which is why we’re excited to introduce our newest motorhome chassis, the K3 605,” said Daryl Adams, president and CEO of Spartan Motors. “Our unique chassis are built with a purpose – deliver the exceptional functionality and maneuverability customers expect from the industry’s premier foundation.”

In addition to the chassis, Spartan’s booths will feature motorhome parts and accessories – including filters, belts, and fluids – for sale to the public. Motorhome owners can also take advantage of Spartan’s on-site experts to perform light-duty service to their rigs. Spartan Motors Technical Trainer, Mike O’Neil, will also be hosting a chassis maintenance seminar at 2 p.m. EST on Friday, July 14 in seminar room No. 1, complimentary to event attendees.

FMCA is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati and currently has more than 70,000 active member families.

To learn more, visit FMCA’s website.

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