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Old 07-19-2014, 08:53 PM   #29
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I wonder what they call me. Coach is 43.5' and enclosed trailer with the same paint scheme is 26' plus tongue. 75' overall. We have always found a park that will accommodate us. We boondock a lot and carry extra water etc in the trailer along with one of our off-road Jeeps. Would never go back to a non-tag coach.

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Post a picture and then we can come up with a name...lol

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Old 07-20-2014, 06:28 AM   #31
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I would if I knew how. :-(
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:34 AM   #32
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I was only kidding. You have to know my humor...... What is a campground queen anyways?

I have no idea! I've never heard that phrase before!
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:45 AM   #33
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We are happy with our Newmar, do your home work on the other two Mfg's you are looking at
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Another fan of the 36'. Four slides, king bed, stacked W/D, residential fridge, all the amenities. Only thing missing is a 1/2 bath which we just don't need.
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:53 AM   #35
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Just as an alternative view point as one previous poster said....We downsized from a 38G which was I believe 39 1/2ft long to a 34T which is 35ft long. Now that we aren't traveling with the 3 kids we bought a coach for just what we want to do. And the way you are going to use it should play a large role in what you buy! We tow a small 2-door jeep now for fun and don't plan on full-timing but wanted certain amenities.

Just a short story about our first outing with the new coach...our 25th wedding anniversary. There was a beautiful upgraded spot that only a 36ft and under coach could use...a 39ft of our model type tried to slide in but couldn't fit.(per our neighbors) Our little rig slipped right into that gorgeous spot between two beautiful Tiffin buses that were at least 42+ ft! Ours was the little rig that could!! We met and spoke with the other campers and had a grand time! (And a few drinks!) We did upgrade the steering etc., but for how we use it, downsizing was ideal for us! Good luck in your search and many happy miles!

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