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Old 04-13-2016, 11:56 AM   #15
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I would submit that the readers have given you some good options but if you haven't looked yet and are really wanting to stay to a diesel ( i own a gas rig so i am not plugging for a diesel here) look at several of the different Bunk house diesel models. You DO NOT have to have them install the bunks and i bet it would give you plenty of room for 2 or 3 bikes inside the home to meet your security needs for them and still allow you to have a toad to tow at future times. Plus you get all the other amenities, now stay below 35 feet for ANY diesel will be the challenge in the MH class.

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Great idea with the bunk conversion dean! I will get some measurements!

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Old 04-14-2016, 08:00 AM   #17
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I predict in 5 years most all manufactures will switch to residential type fridges with inverter. Gas fridges will become a thing of the past. Dometic is already manufacturing a residential fridge designed for RV's (although most of us still go to Home Depot and just buy one).
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Old 04-14-2016, 05:16 PM   #18
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Look at a Tiffin 33AA (35' long), if you really want them inside. It has a free standing recliner which you can easily take out, and i you take the front wheel off your bike you may be able to store them there.

I moved my daughter cross country last summer, and took out the recliner so we could put an upgright dresser (as part of her bedroom suite) there. Alternatively, I would think they'd more easily fit in the basement. PM/Email me the dimensions of your bike, I'll verify it would fit in basement.

We looked at the Thor first and came close to pulling the trigger, until I read about all the slide motor problems they had, and then discovered Tiffins. Great coach!

The length is obviously fine as it is open all the way across the basement from side to side. Just wondering the width of your handlebars, whether there is anything special about what you are storing.

Checkmarks also on residential refrig, washer/dryer, and diesel length that you wanted.
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Old 04-14-2016, 05:20 PM   #19
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Could also consider a Super C toyhauler.

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