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Old 05-02-2014, 07:06 PM   #15
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I would recommend the Fleetwood Discovery 40G. Just because we have one and love it. Yes, I know I'm biased.

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This is our second bunkhouse. First was a Coachmen Mirada. Whole different class of coach. I liked that one for what it was. WE LOVE the 40G. It's a fantastic family coach with all the goodies, high quality, and excellent customer satisfaction.
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Tiffin 35 qba is 35.5 ft. long.
If the length is ok it's probably worth a look
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