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Old 04-02-2008, 08:46 PM   #1
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My wife loves the floor plan on the Voyage 32H. I am a little worried about the frame stretch that Winnie does on these models. Any positive or negative input appreciated.
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My wife loves the floor plan on the Voyage 32H. I am a little worried about the frame stretch that Winnie does on these models. Any positive or negative input appreciated.
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Lots of stuff Winnebago does either has it frame lengthened or shortened. I don't think I'd let that deter me. Mine is shortened. Ford doesn't make a 20,500 pound GVW 190" wheelbase, at least they didn't in '04. Winne shortened mine. I'd have done a neater job if I did it myself, but no real issues so far.

What I didn't like about the 32H was the cabinets all along the top of the main slide. They are very small inside. Big doors, but small on the inside. Just something I'd have to live with though, no way for them to make them bigger easily.
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