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Old 04-15-2013, 10:45 PM   #15
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One thing that nobody ever seems to mention is the doghouse area. In my 2007 Workhorse Bounder the doghouse is almost flush with the floor - it's real easy for my wife to get in and out of the co-pilot's seat while underway. The same Bounder, on a Ford chassis, has a doghouse that makes it hard to get around.

When we get where we're going, I have a small electric fireplace that sits perfectly on the doghouse cover - our friends with the Ford version cannot put a fireplace there because the doghouse gets in the way.
Good point about the doghouse...I just thought that difference was specific to my model.

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Old 04-15-2013, 11:08 PM   #16
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Good point about the doghouse...I just thought that difference was specific to my model.

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i have a 2008 damon daybreak on a ford chassis and my doghouse is only 4 inches high and flat all the way across front to back and side to side i also put a electric heater on it when parked
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i have a 2008 damon daybreak on a ford chassis and my doghouse is only 4 inches high and flat all the way across front to back and side to side i also put a electric heater on it when parked
Same , exactly for my 08 Bounder ( Ford ). My 01 Winn on a Ford Chassis was a different chassis and had larger doghouse.
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i have a 2008 damon daybreak on a ford chassis and my doghouse is only 4 inches high and flat all the way across front to back and side to side i also put a electric heater on it when parked
See...my Outlaw has just a 2 inch high doghouse at the back that rises to only about 5 inches, and the same year V10 Outlaws have about 4 inch high boxes that rise as well...And the Daybreak was very similar for many years.

For 2013, the V10 Outlaw has such a very tall doghouse that Thor topped it with molded cup holder and tray.

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