Created for the discerning RV owner who enjoys style, luxury, and innovative design, Bay Hill fifth-wheels meet and exceed all of the expectations for design and quality in its class.
Fifth-wheel owners asked for a well-built and attractive RV with attention to detail and “industry-first” touches. EverGreen delivered. Anyone seeking a spacious and elegantly appointed coach without the high-ticket price you might expect in a variety of similar high-profile fifth-wheels can now own the Bay Hill fifth-wheel from EverGreen.
RV Lifestyle Consultants Chad Shepard and Randy Murray will knock your socks off as they walk you through the first-class features found in Bay Hill Fifth Wheels (using a 295RL for the demo) including:
- Brand-Name Appliances & Furniture
- Constructed & Equipped for Full-Time Living
- Stainless Steel Appliances including Dishwasher (on most floorplans)
- Amish-Crafted Hardwood Cabinetry & Self-Shutting Drawers
- Ducted A/C with Adjustable Air Flow
- Arched Ceilings
- Hardwood Dinette with Leaflet & Hidden Storage
- Flush-Floor, Insulated Slideouts
Some additional features to make you fall in love with Bay Hill fifth wheels:
- Optional Trail Air Pin Box System
- Lippert Hydraulic Leveling System
- Gel Coat Integrated with Body Paint for No-Fade Shine
- Monster Belly Storage with Outdoor Entertainment Connections & Central Vac Canister
- Outside Speakers (not often found on 5Ws)
- Frameless, Tinted Windows with Unexposed Moldings
- Walk-In Glass Door Shower
- King Bed with Upgraded Pillow Top Mattress
Be sure to browse all features and specifications for Bay Hill fifth wheel toy floorplans at PetesRV.com!
Video Transcript for “2014 Evergreen Bay Hill Fifth Wheel Features (Part 1 of 2)”
Chad: Pete’s RV Center’s going to present the Bay Hill today. The Bay Hill has the looks of a supermodel and the function of a formula one sports car. This thing is beautiful, not only on the inside, but the outside. When we go inside, we start looking at the features it offers, you’re going to see why the Bay Hill has been so successful at Pete’s RV center. We’re going to team up with my buddy, Randy Murray, again. Randy Murray is an expert when it comes to RV’s. He’s going to tell us the fit, the finish, and why this unit has been so popular. Let me introduce you to Randal Murray. Randal Murray has been around the RV industry for a long time. He’s been in many, many videos here with me. Randy, Bay Hill. One of our favorites here at the dealership.
Randy: I’m really excited for you. I really am. It’s just a nice, nice piece. I think it will fit in very nicely here at the Pete’s RV family. Especially with our high end customer.
Chad: I kind of pitched it as being the supermodel looks with the features of a formula one race car. When we’re inside here we can really see that. It really comes to light here. Tell us a little bit how this fits. I know they build it using name brand stuff.
Randy: They do. First, I think a great background story about the Bay Hill product is, the guys that used to build the Carriage fifth wheels, which was a high end fifth wheel. If you’ve been in the industry or if you’ve been a fifth wheeler out there for a long time, you know the Carriage brand. The quality that brought to the table. Evergreen, they started out a few years ago. They’ve really been lighting it up in the travel trailer market. They’ve decided to come out with a high end fifth wheel. They came right in just about the same time Carriage was going out.
They were able to take that plant and all those guys who have been building those high end fifth wheels, and put it together with this product line here. This isn’t a new guy coming out on the market. There’s a lot of experience behind building this. I think that’s a very important feature.
Chad: That is a great feature. I didn’t know that. I’m glad you brought that up. When I look inside here, I see things. Like, they use a lot of name brand stuff. We’ve got Martha Stewart Corian countertop.
Randy: Absolutely. Yup.
Chad: Really nice under-mount sinks. I didn’t put the sink inserts in, so you guys can see these are stainless …
Randy: Stainless. High quality.
Chad: … instead of plastic.
Randy: This is a full time living RV and it’s warrantied for full time living. Not a lot of RV’s out there will [00:02:00] advertise that or say it. They are using quality stuff and that’s why they can’t warranty it like that. (laughs)
Chad: They’ve got this cool faucet, pulls in and out there. Just like the one you have in your house. You’ve got hot and cold water. I mean, that’s a beautiful setting there. We’re back to some other name brands. With the Lauren Ashley furniture on this.
Randy: I love the furniture. I sit back, I sit in here and do computer work after work at night. (laughs) when everybody leaves. Super comfortable, leather. It’s got the raised stitching on it. It’s just really nice to look at and super comfortable and it’s going to give us the durability we’re looking for. This is the same quality furniture you’re going to have in your house, which is not typically what you find in an RV.
Chad: Yup. Shaw carpeting. That is the same Shaw carpeting, like I say, you buy in your house. We have Armstrong flooring.
Randy: Exactly right. Exactly right.
Chad: Cool features we can’t see. This is our smallest one. We’re in the 295 right now, but this is the smallest one. There are some cool features in here that we’re going to have to catch in another shot. This has things like a dishwasher. It has some other cool stuff that we’ll look at …
Randy: How many RV’s have a dishwasher in them?
Chad: It is. It’s me! (laughter)
Randy: Cup holders. Stainless steel appliances. Stainless steel is super easy to keep clean. Super durable. It’s not going to scratch up. That’s what you’re going to find in the Bay Hill. Frigidaire, microwave. Josh will show you a little bit of picture of that later. We’ve got the larger oven on it. Twelve cubic foot fridge. All the best stuff is going in the Bay Hill. Tons and Tons of storage as well. I think their cabinetry is some of the best cabinetry I’ve seen out there in the market. I know they’ve got one section of their shop with a Amish guy in it that just builds quality furniture specifically for the Bay Hill product line. You’re going to see some neat stuff that you’re not going to see anything else out there with this product.
Chad: This is the Norcool fridge.
Chad: That’s a high end fridge. Yeah. Really, really nice.
Randy: That is gas and electric. It’s not one of those ones that you can’t run on gas. So that can be run going down the road or if we’re staying in the Walmart while we’re traveling with this guy for sure.
Chad: Let’s look at some of this cabinetry over here. Josh can you catch this from the video, I hope. Here it’s all, it’s got a nice angle to it. It’s very home style. All hidden hinges on the cabinet doors.
Randy: Exactly right. This nice clean look.. no styles in front of the doors so we can fit larger things up there. All just the highest quality. It’s got a nice glaze on it, makes it easy to keep clean [00:04:00]. It’s got a curvature to it, too. This goes back to that gentleman that they have custom building their cabinets. It costs a little more money to do that, but I think it’s worth it in this product because it just goes to the look of the bay hill.
Randy: Now, it is good quality stuff.
Chad: Cloth blinds in the windows is really nice. We don’t have those metal venetian blinds. This is a cloth blind. Number one, it has a little more ‘R’ value to it, and number two, it just looks clean. You can match. You can color code it.
Randy: Nice and easy to keep clean. It just brings to life the colors. It just ties all the colors together in this guy.
Chad: We’ve got a nice table here. It’s got a little bit of storage underneath. Piano hinge on there. Opens up.
Chad: This is hooked underneath, but this actually pulls out as well. We can sit four chairs. This comes with four chairs.
Randy: We’ve got some folding chairs up above. Nice to have the two chairs here. If we don’t have company over, we’ll tripping around and moving them out of our way. I think the folding chairs is a great way to go in this kind of …
Chad: Yup. The ceiling fan here. Hundred ten volt ceiling fan. It has an arched interior roof in this. I don’t know if you can catch it from this shot. We’re going to catch it from the other shot when we get in the bedroom. It’s real easy to see there. The arched ceiling gives us a ton more room in the bedroom.
Randy: It gives us a lot more room in the bedroom. It gives us a nice looking edge. It brings a round curve to a bunch of square corners in the coach. I just think it really makes it. To me, coming from the service end of the business, we’ve got the same convex on the outside. Water is not puddling on this. Not sitting against our seals. I know we’ve talked about it before. Real important for the longevity of this guy. A little less maintenance for us down the road.
Chad: Little things they do, too. Like, can you see that vent right there above me? So, that means you can turn it on and off. I haven’t been in a fifth wheel, other than this fifth wheel, that you can adjust air flow. So, if you want more air flow in the kitchen area as opposed to back here, you can shut your vent off and have more air flow through this central AC.
Randy: Absolutely right. Absolutely right.
Randy: Speakers throughout. Just … the list goes on and on. They just … they paid attention to every detail in this guy and they’ve done it with quality.
Chad: Now that we’ve flip flopped here with Josh, you guys can see the extra cabinetry work that we’ve put together in this rig here. It’s all service counter tops, not only here, but we’ve got it also on our cooking area and a lot of them skimp.
Randy: In the bathroom, too.
Chad: The bathroom, too? Nice. [00:06:00]
Chad: Nice. This actually has a solid surface Corian you can see a little cut out for it. We don’t have it in here because I wanted to show you the stainless steel, the stainless steel oven and this, with the high output on the front here. That’s pretty cool, too. You don’t see that every day.
Randy: Just a cutting board. Nice place to store it. Just super clean.
Chad: Mm-hm. (affirmative)
Randy: Nice look. Great use of space. Again, residential and brand name stuff. I’ve got the Frigidaire. This is for the home design. This is not an RV.
Chad: This is actually called an OTR. Over the range. And it’s vented outside.
Chad: As one you would buy for your home. A lot of the microwaves you see in RV’s are actually microwaves. This is something you’d buy for your home here. Nice back splash. We’ve got a really clean cut panel here. This has electric, and gas, hot water heater. We’ve got all kinds of lighting as well. We’ve got an electric awning.
Randy: All in one spot.
Randy: Not looking around for it. Another thing I’d do while we’re standing right here. Look at the outlets. Everyone is always asking, “Where can I plug in my coffee maker? Where can I plug in my toaster?” They’ve got them in the wall. Not above.
Randy: Super clean way to do it. Like [inaudible 00:06:57]
Chad: Randy, tell us about these cool drawers.
Randy: (laughs) These are the best. Next time I do a kitchen in my house, it’s going to have these. It’s like a ‘no pinch.’ You can’t get your fingers caught in here. You get to the point and it just continues to close itself. I have not been in another RV that has that. I think it’s just a great feature of the Bay Hill.
Chad: And that’s not only on that drawer. That’s on every drawer we see here in the kitchen.
Randy: Absolutely right. Absolutely right.
Chad: One thing we didn’t talk about earlier in the introduction is this has flush floor slides. We look down here, we can see it’s a flush floor slide. We have a free standing table that’s really, really important because now the chairs aren’t awkward while you’re sitting at the chairs. It is. Lift that carpet up, too, Chad. Show them the insulation under there.
Randy: So, we’ve got the bubble wrap insulation on the floor of that slide-out there, which is just going to add to the R-values of this rig.
Chad: Yup. A lot of … and that has it on the top of the slide as well. A lot of them are not running that at all. And people never ask, you know, “What’s the R-value of the floor?” There’s a difference. They don’t realize that a lot of times …
Randy: We get a lot of heat loss through the slide outs. You’re exactly right, so it’s a very important feature and when I say heat loss, I also mean keeping them cool. If we’re using these in a warmer climate throughout the winter, this rig is going to stay cooler [00:08:00] for you. You’re going to lose less energy. It’s going to cost you less on your electric bill to run these air conditioners.
Chad: Yup. Still all tongue and groove cabinetry. [inaudible 00:08:10] Here we have the fireplace. Big screen TV. Beautiful set up here. This is a real hard wood counter top as well. And we look through, we’ve got the DVD player that plays surround sound.
Chad: A little LED lighting in the ceiling is right here. We’ve got recessed lighting all the way through the coach is LED lighting. This is something new to the industry and I’m really excited to see it. It uses a lot less power. There’s no heat. It’s done with a diode. We’re not doing it with a dead shore, like an incandescent bulb or a quartz light and we’re getting a lot of light out of it. And it’s just a nice look and we see it all the way throughout the Bay Hill. Yeah. I’m going to jump up here and show the bedroom, but before that, this is a good shot. When I was talking to you guys earlier about the arch. This ceiling. This is where you can see it. Right in this area here. This is a nice arch.
Randy: Also, a wide body coach, Chad. So this is four inches wider than your standard coach out there. Four inches doesn’t sound like a whole lot, but look at Chad in that hallway. I mean for a larger person or if you’re going up there with something in your hands, you’ve got four more inches in that hallway than you’ll have on the other products out there. I think it really shines a light right there in that area there. A lot more residential feeling for us.
Chad: We do. So, Randy we’re going to catch up with you outside. I’m going to take these guys up here. I want to do two things. I want to show the shower, number one, because it’s got a beautiful bathroom, even in this small coach. I’m going to show the bedroom off.
Randy: Show them the extra stuff to put the washer and dryer, too. Every Bay Hill will have a separate portion for a washer and dryer, or you can use it for a second closet. Again, going back to that full-time living. More places to put stuff. That’s super important in the Bay Hill line.
Chad: You’re right. I’ll be sure to point that out. Just like all residential features that I talked about. We have a residential shower in this RV. It’s got a nice door that closes here. Back and forth. We’ve got a metal structure around this. It’s not plastic, like the other brands that we see. Look at the size of this thing. We’ve got a seat here if you want to take a seat. Shave your legs. Who knows? Shave your beard. Brush your teeth. Whatever your cup of tea is. Got a foot flush porcelain toilet with a foot flush on it. We don’t have to put our head by the bowl every time we use it here. Plenty of room ever for a bigger person in the shower [00:10:00]. You’ve got a skylight here. All the extra room that you need courtesy fan right above my head.
All kinds of stuff in here. Things you can’t see here are the solid surface counter tops on our bathroom sinks with a built in sink bowl. Beautiful, beautiful. Big, nice, solid door here. It’s real wood. Lot of nice stuff here. We’re going to catch up in the bedroom. We’ll show you some even more features. In the bedroom in the Bay Hill you can see how that extra arched room gives me plenty of ceiling height in here. Not that I’m the tallest guy in the world, but it is very roomy. Bay Hills come standard with King size beds in them as well. A king size bed here. We can get a Queen if we needed too. Standard is the King, which most people prefer. With storage underneath this bed.
Randy asked us, too, about the extra washer/dryer hook up. To catch this video in here, Josh is actually standing where the washer and dryer would hook up. We have another huge closet across the front here. With all kids of storage. We’ve got shelves on both sides in here and a big shelf across the top. And that beautiful cap on the front, how we talked about how it was painted and gel-coated. This is actually going to be built right in to that cap. This has two air conditioners in it. And we talked about those vents here. Here’s a good example of how I can shut these vents down. And you can actually close off the air conditioning here in this area if you wanted to, and put it into the rear.
Just a nice feature that a lot of coaches don’t offer. This is a sixty inch dresser, so we have a lot of space. This is the same size you’d buy for your home. We go back to that residential furniture again. Got big drawers here. Nice cabinet with a garbage can in the middle. TV. Check out the arch. This is really arched as well. Gives us plenty of room in there to walk around these edges, yet we still got room to put stuff in here. Probably the coolest thing. We talk about those drawer returns. We thought that was cutting edge. Check this out. That’s cool. Definitely need one of those in my house. A couple of other things about this bedroom here.
We got blinds and windows that open up on both sides of the bed. It’s hard to catch it from the video, but maybe you’ll just see one side here. Got a little bit of room right here where we can catch how that window opens up. It’s an upgraded mattress. We look at this mattress and it’s a pillow top [00:12:00]. Plenty of comfort. A lot of RV companies cheap out on the mattress. They put it into aesthetics. This trailer’s not only beautiful, it has a lot of function to it as well. Got a couple of curvatures as far as the wall boards. We talked about the wide body in here. It gives us this extra room with out sixty inch dresser here at the end of the bed.
So, we’ll catch up with Randy and the outside and we’ll really see some of the features we can offer. Such as leveling jack. Such as electric awnings and LED lights. Got a lot of cool features on the outside as well. Don’t forget, Pete’s RV Center, your local internet dealer. So before we go out there, if you guys are thinking, requesting a coach. Check with us. If you don’t, you’ll be paying too much for your RV.
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Video Transcript for “2014 Evergreen Bay Hill Fifth Wheel Features (Part 2 of 2)”
Chad: Randy, we’ve seen the inside. Take us around the outside of this here now. I just want to point out a few things. One piece fiberglass cap on the front. We seen the extra room it gave us on the inside. Tell us the features on the outside here.
Randy: First of all, no seams in the fiberglass cap [crosstalk 00:21] less maintenance down the road, [lap 00:24] joint, we’ve talked about this before. There’s good ways to do it and bad ways to do it and this is the best way to do it. I love to see it on the Bay Hill. The other thing that they’ve done, in the industry we’ve seen these caps fade that are just gel coat and they’ve got less expensive gel coat on it. This is painted, it’s automotive paint. It’s not going to fade. So it’s going to keep those super model looks that you talked about earlier in the video, at all times. It’s just … I just love the way this thing looks. It is probably the prettiest looking coach that we have here at the dealership and that’s the first thing that you notice about the Bay Hill when you walk up to it.
Then [inaudible 00:51] start getting a little bit closer, we just can see the quality. We see the quality of the gel coat on the sidewalls. They do this a little bit differently than the other guys out there doing it. They actually, it is baked right into the sidewall. It floats to the top. It gives us a much better lamination system. It’s going to last a long time. Super easy to keep clean and just a great way to do it as everything on the Bay Hill, quality really comes to mind when I talk about this product.
Chad: Yeah, and we were talking earlier, just chit-chatting about how, you know when we look at other brands, they apply the gel coat after, after the fiberglass [crosstalk 01:20] is
Randy: Just spray it on.
Chad: That’s exactly right, yep. This is built right in from the initial liquid process.
Randy: It is.
Chad: Some things on the front here. They use Trailair on the front. You can option this in with Trailair, gives us a better ride.
Randy: Big name in the industry, back to using those quality parts on this piece here.
Randy: You know, some of the other guys will deviate, use a little bit less expensive stuff. I want to see the good stuff. When you’re buying a coach of this quality, you want to see the best stuff on it and that’s what they bring to the table.
Chad: It’s got a strut and an airbag on it, so when we’re towing this fifth wheel, we’ve got a bedroom slide on this obviously, and that just keeps that suspension …
Randy: Exactly right. What, you know, most of our larger trucks are sprung pretty tight to handle this kind of pin load. This just eases that as we’re going down the road, especially with the state our roads are in in the Northern Vermont here this time of year, they’re not [02:00] so great.
Randy: So that just makes us go down, along with the suspension dampening system we’ve got on the axles too. We also have a Trailair buffer there as well. So that just makes this thing go down the road very smoothly for us where some of the other stuff will not out there.
Chad: Tell us, aluminum studding to the side walls here?
Randy: All welded. All welded around the compartment doors as well. Some of the other guys will just put studs haphazardly and cut holes in. These are all framed so we get much better seals. We’re not going to have any movement there. We’ve pinched this right against that aluminum studding so again, it’s going hold up as we go down the road with this guy for a long, long time.
Chad: Little bit about the door latches here. I don’t know if you can catch this Josh. These are metal on the backside here so it’s not a plastic latch. Metal on the front, like a nice high-end motor home. Metal on the back.
Randy: Metal strikers.
Chad: Slam shut, use your latches, it opens up.
Randy: Back to that quality, tons of storage in here.
Chad: Yep. [crosstalk 02:46] Trying to catch it, but …
Randy: We see some floor plans a little bit for Josh to see it, some floor plans have pushed the deck so far forward, it really compresses our storage area. Bay Hill took this in consideration and they were able to work with their floor plans to give us the maximum amount of storage down here because when we’re using these for long term, we know how important the storage is and they really come to the plate, give us a good job with that.
Chad: We’ve got a dropped floor on that. You can catch this from the video Josh. We got the dropped floor, they wrapped that J-channel all the way back to the main frame, keeps all the salt, all the debris, all the dirt.
Randy: It does. It’s not flapping around in the breeze. Just a nice clean look and a better way to do it. Yep.
Chad: There’s an LED light strip on there below that we don’t have on right now, but it’s got a beautiful LED light strip like the purple one that we have on there, the blue one that is on the front, this current model here has a central vac in place. You might be able to catch that. We got the central vac here. We’ve also got, this is for tv hookup here is it?
Randy: It is. We can put a tv down here if you’re into watching the sporting events or you go to races or whatever. You want to sit under your nice awning here and use tv down here, we’ve got that capability. Also, outside speakers. You don’t see outside speakers a whole lot on these higher-end fifth wheels due to the stereo systems they’re using. They’re usually using a home theater system which doesn’t allow us to have the outside speaker option. We have it on the Bay Hill. I like to listen to music outside or just have it on in the background, maybe listen to the [04:00] ballgame while you’re cooking or doing whatever out at your camping weekend.
Chad: I like how they tone the everybody has these and they’re white, they toned it down. It matches the outside. [crosstalk 04:09]
Randy: They’ve textured it a little bit. Nice job, they’ve got indoor/outdoor here on the floor. Some guys do not finish off this downstairs compartment. This just is all finished off, nice clean look. We’re not going to catch anything that we store in there on the plumbing or wiring stuff.
Chad: Tell us about these levelers, this is is a true leveling hydraulic leveling system.
Randy: It is. It can’t get any easier than this and I’ll be honest with you. It’s like having a basement underneath this coach when you’ve got the levelers down on the ground.
Randy: This particular floorplan is one of the shorter ones that Bay Hill makes so it’s running the four-point leveling system. This is built by LCI, it comes standard on the Bay Hill. These are just incredible. We see them on a lot of other product lines out there. You can actually lift this camper off the ground with that and they say we can change our tires with it. It’s just a nice, nice system. I haven’t seen any failures, all machined in-house by LCI, all made in America, good system.
Chad: So when I get to my site, I just push a button. I no longer have to back it up on my boards. I no longer have to put my [chalks 05:01] under the wheels and [crosstalk 05:02] those sort of …
Randy: Get the truck out of the way, hit a button and that’s going to drop that rear landing gear. You’ll see the nose of this come down, come up to level and just everything just kind of pans out and makes it a nice little, it couldn’t get any easier.
Chad: Another thing I want to point out, Sorry here, we’re in our showroom, things are a little tight. We’ve got this on display in our showroom just because this unit has been so popular, we put it inside so we don’t have to constantly taking the customer outside. [crosstalk 05:22]
Randy: Frameless windows. Super clean look, we’re seeing it more and more often in the industry now. I think it’s probably going to become the norm in a few years. I love the way they look. It’s an automotive seal on it, so a little bit less maintenance for us down the road and just it brings a lot of nice things to the table and it’s also available in the dual pane which was the way the typically order this stuff. So, nice, nice, feature. We can open them as well.
Chad: Yeah, opens from the inside, [inaudible 05:46] opens up so we can keep them open during the rains.
Randy: Exactly right.
Chad: Really nice. Also, one thing, there’s no seals that when you look at that window up there, there’s no seals on the outside of this window. It’s all sealed from the in … or all covered. There’s no UV rays beating down on those seals.
Randy: Exactly right, and it’s a pinch [06:00] fit and again, automotive technology there and a great way to do it. I love to see it in the industry.
Chad: Yeah. Well Randy, thank you for your time today. We’re going to kind of wrap this up a little bit. One thing, oh shoot, let’s talk about the stairs on this. Let’s not go too far. Four steps on these stairs …
Randy: When you’re …
Chad: … instead of three.
Randy: … old and fat like me, you don’t have to jump up [laughter] Nice and easy to get into. Grab handle. I just, everything that you could possibly want on this is they’ve got it and they’ve it incorporated it and they’ve done it very well.
Chad: Yep. Four stairs, and the reason that they have four stairs is because we use the bigger I-beam framing on this.
Randy: We’re sitting a little bit higher with the main body of this coach due to our heavier duty running gear. We’ve got the slides above the floor or on the floor level on this so we got to be able to slide those out so the four steps become very important on this guy.
Chad: Yep. Really nice feature on it so. Well to wrap it up again, don’t forget guys, Pete’s RV Center. We lead the industry, not only with product knowledge, but we sell a lot of trailers. We stock a lot of trailers. Oftentimes over a thousand units in stock so if you’re looking for the best price, contact us at Pete’s RV Center. It’s Randy, it’s Chad here. We can get you the best price. If you don’t shop our price, you’re going to pay too much for your RV. We can deliver it to your doorstep. We also offer financing. I know you were working with Kyle yesterday on some financing packages. We have …
Randy: He’s got some great stuff available and they’re always working with us at the bank. They know how much product we sell. They want to make money. We want to make money. We try to save everybody money through volume.
Chad: Yep. We take trades. We do warranty work. Glad to help you here at Pete’s RV Center. So for your next RV, think the Pete’s RV family. Don’t forget, Pete’s RV Center is your local internet dealer. Thanks for watching Pete’s RV TV today.
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