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Old 01-14-2019, 05:04 AM   #1
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Feedback on 4328 floor plan

Iím considering the new floor plan 4328 which has a much bigger galley area, so before i go to Tampa show Iím looking for some insight both positive and negative from folks that have bought this model.
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When you go to check it out.........have them close the slides and see what is still usable



Other then cockpit it doesn't appear much would be accessible with slides retracted
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This may help; 2019-dutch-star-floorplan-4328
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Old 01-14-2019, 07:54 PM   #5
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We ordered a new DS 4328 and love the floor plan.
Moved up from a Ventana 4369 and it was a tough decision deciding between the two floor plans.

4328 gives you a bigger pantry, bigger 1/2 bath and more kitchen storage. Rear bathroom is a little bit smaller but easier to get into as the bathroom door is a little further from the foot of the bed.

Here are some pics with the slides in.

Sorry their sideways!
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only place i think it might be tight when the slides are in is refer access...
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Bought a Ventana 4369 but if we could have afforded a Dutch Star would have went with this floor plan. Why?: seemed to be slightly more usable when slides in and; most important was the fact that no wet lines (water or oasis) moved when the slides moved. I think from an engineering standpoint this is the most trouble free floor plan Newmar makes JMHO. Plus for the 4369 is the rear bath, especially the shower, great party shower for those that donít like to shower alone .
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Why?: seemed to be slightly more usable when slides in and; most important was the fact that no wet lines (water or oasis) moved when the slides moved. I think from an engineering standpoint this is the most trouble free floor plan Newmar makes JMHO. Plus for the 4369 is the rear bath, especially the shower, great party shower for those that don’t like to shower alone .

there is not a floorpan in the newmar line up that does not have wet lines moving....

the 4328 has the wet line to the fridge moving in the FWS...

but it sure does have less, that's for sure...similar to the 4534 floorplan in the MA and up lines...
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Have these moving wet lines created any particular problems?
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