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Old 05-28-2012, 08:49 AM   #43
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Pick out the floor plan that you like as you have to live with it for a while. We have had no problems with a kitchen slide, have had 2 of them. We insist on our table being on the curb side as then we look at our campsite and not our nieghbors backside. Even if they have a great looking unit we still like to look at our stuff when we choose to eat inside. JMHO Jim
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:54 PM   #44
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I am sure you are thoroughly confused by now. Did you expect a consensous?
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thanks both... my floorplan in mind is one super slide, separate toilet, kitchen at street side (so no plumbing moving) but not required. nowadays almost all dps are with cummins/cat with alisson so power train are really no difference. believe my floorplan is pretty common on almost all makes... oh, other than country coach, what other makes are having chassis with front independent suspension? thought it will make turn radius smaller.

i'll check endeavor out.
I think alot of the newer rigs have independent front suspension, and it does make for a tighter turning radius which comes in handy in some of the small towns with tight intersections, especially when towing.
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