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Old 01-18-2019, 10:17 PM   #15
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We put more food items in the cupboards above the dinette also. Boxed dry foods etc fit fine there.
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Old 01-19-2019, 09:12 AM   #16
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I looked at one the other day - I liked the coach, but noted two negatives - limited closet space, and I don't recall a pantry. What do you use for food storage?
We have the QD. I have no problems with closet space. Use the cabinets for hang up stuff, drawers for loose stuff and cabinets above bed for folding items.

Pantry is door beside fridge. Spice rack opens and drawers/shelves behind. Drawers below pantry. Lots of storage above stove and sink.

Overall I find I have too much storage. I take items along I never use or forget I brought along.
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We have the QD. I have no problems with closet space. Use the cabinets for hang up stuff, drawers for loose stuff and cabinets above bed for folding items.

Pantry is door beside fridge. Spice rack opens and drawers/shelves behind. Drawers below pantry. Lots of storage above stove and sink.

Overall I find I have too much storage. I take items along I never use or forget I brought along.
2011 QD here. 96K miles. Not full timers but use it 3-4 months a year in 1-6 week junkets. And we still have unused storage space and stuff we've stored and have never used!
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Good to know...from alot of the posts here, it would seem that the side radiator is a must have option.


On a slightly different note - is heated floor an option for them?
Our MH is a Spartan chassis side-radiator, I really like it, but I would not let the radiator placement deter me from buying what suited us.
About the only down-side to a side-radiator is engine noise is more noticeable when near the rear of the MH.
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