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Old 05-02-2017, 11:36 AM   #15
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Well, I'm about to order one, so I do hope it's nice

I was asking "where" you found the diagram with the slides closed. I wanted to see the same for the New Aire but don't know where to locate it.
I made it my self. Which floor plan are you looking at and I can make one for you.
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I made it my self. Which floor plan are you looking at and I can make one for you.
Thanks for the kindness. I'm getting the New Aire 3343.
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Thanks for the kindness. I'm getting the New Aire 3343.
Sorry for the delay, I had to take care of something for the DW.



Personally, I think they should have added one foolish to the length which would have given more dinette options.
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Sorry for the delay, I had to take care of something for the DW.



Personally, I think they should have added one foolish to the length which would have given more dinette options.
Thanks so much for doing this. It looks like there is enough room with the slides closed for us. With the coach being on the shorter side I'm fine with giving up some in-travel space for a bit extra in-camp space.

I too would have liked to see an extra foot or three in length. However, I have a 12'4 tall garage that will accommodate the New Aire and being able to keep it at the house is a big deal for us. I suspect if sales are good we will see a 36 or 37 footer in the future.
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Personally, I think they should have added one foolish to the length which would have given more dinette options.
They should have added one more foot to accommodate a king bed!
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Can you share where you found the diagram of the RV with the slides in? I'm interested to see the same for the New Aire, but I can only see the one with the slides out on the Newmar dealer order site.
You'd really have to have a special place to park one with a patio. You probably wouldn't want to use a pull-through and be up on a stage for everyone to see. You wouldn't want to park it in a site that you pull in forward and have the patio on the street side. It would have to be a very long site to be able to use it.
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They should have added one more foot to accommodate a king bed!
Missed that, so two more feet, one for the dinette for more options and one for the King bed. For someone that wants a shorter high end coach that wouldn't be bad.
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Missed that, so two more feet, one for the dinette for more options and one for the King bed. For someone that wants a shorter high end coach that wouldn't be bad.
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