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Old 03-03-2014, 07:53 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by greatlakes View Post
I agree and not being defensive here because I think the auto industry designs cars in reverse. I work in the global engine group at Ford Motor Co. and I work on my own cars. So its frustrating when three things need to be removed to replace one part. However the car is designed first then engine is typically made to fit the package. So an engine thats already in production is modified to fit. Making for horrible designs.
I think the RV industry falls into that same pitfall if tyring to use existing products ie couches or cabinets, without designing for the space available. Imo.
Good explanation and I see your point..You are correct..

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Old 03-03-2014, 08:49 AM   #16
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When we were shopping for a replacement a sideways living room was a must. We finally custom ordered our layout. Because nobody had everything we wanted.

Now Newmar offers our layout as a standard floor plan, 4364. We have a cabinet instead of the loveseat on the passenger side.

There out there now, in new, not much longer before they hit the lots as used.

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Old 03-03-2014, 10:28 AM   #17
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Our Sightseer 33C has a motorized 40 in. TV that rises out of the dining table hutch, that is opposite the couch and recliner chair. Very easy viewing from the chair, couch, and passenger seat when it is turned to face the living area. Plus it is nice to lower it out of view when not watching TV. Ours is gas with a mid entry door, but Winnebago also makes a DP with a similar floor plan(34B) that of course has a front entry door.

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