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Old 05-04-2012, 06:39 PM   #15
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hellojohnny....a couple of things to keep in mind regarding the full wall slide; the exhaust for the hydronic zone diesel heating system will be on the passenger side and you'll be on your knees under the slide to access the water bay. Hate to think what one would do if that big slide decided to give up the ghost.
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Old 05-04-2012, 10:30 PM   #16
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Thanks for all the info. I was delayed on ordering a Mountain Aire and now its apparently 2013 or a new 2012 off the lot or used. I want to factory order but don't like the idea of buying one of the first built. I 'm not sure I like the Oasis exhaust on the passenger side?

I like the new ceiling vents. I would like to see the 2013 floor plans and hear about any other changes/updates.

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The dealers should have (or can get) the new floor plans now. I expect there's still one or more non-full-wall-slide models. I haven't seen the Mountain Aire floor plans, but there's 3 full-wall and 1 non-FW King Aire floor plans this year.

If you want a full-wall, you're going to have the Oasis exhaust on the curb side. It can't be on the street side, since that would put it under the slide. That's the case with all models.

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