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Old 10-03-2014, 10:36 PM   #71
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Alpha99, that's a great looking floorplan. We weer looking for bunk coaches once as well. It seems they are highly sought after as there are so few produced.

Are those full length bunks or kiddy bunks? That was something else we discovered, that some would not work for adults.

Thanks. They're full sized bunks, 76" long. I am 6'1" and have slept comfortably on them myself.

What really helps is that one end is "open" or curved and allows even more room.

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We just bought our first Foretravel. We had a Tiffin and I have driven other brands. Our Foretravel with a tag is the most comfortable and stable coach I have ever been in. Check out this link:

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Got a $200,000 budget. What would you buy?



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