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Old 02-07-2012, 02:53 PM   #15
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Our 40X Providence has three slides, two of which are in the living area. Makes for a lot of room up front. Our third slide is in the bedroom.
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:06 PM   #16
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We have the typical 3 slides two in the living area across from each other and the full size household king size bed slide in back. I am used to getting out what we think we are going to want out of the storage compartments before we extend them. If you look at the storage compartments that hang from the slides they are very shallow. Our Freightliner XC-R chassis has three compartments that go all the way through from one side to the other and two have trays on rollers that pull out so the reach under the slide is not too bad.

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We have the typical 3 slides two in the living area across from each other and the full size household king size bed slide in back. I am used to getting out what we think we are going to want out of the storage compartments before we extend them. If you look at the storage compartments that hang from the slides they are very shallow. Our Freightliner XC-R chassis has three compartments that go all the way through from one side to the other and two have trays on rollers that pull out so the reach under the slide is not too bad.

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You pointed out my concerns with the storage bins attached to the slides they are just too shallow. I like the full pass through storage compartments and I too have three with slides that I can pull out. Makes for a lot of storage room.
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Our 07 Adventurer has this type on the long drivers side slide. Alot easier getting into them but note these are where you should store the lighter and bulkier items you carry. These comartments have a limited weight capacity.

This is where my hoses, blue boy, grill, chairs, patio mats etc go. The tools and heavier items go in the passenger side which are frame mounted.

On the other note regarding number of slides, ours only has 2, but very long (16-17") slides which oppose at the mid coach area. Offers a large central area. Works great for us.
My MH has the same situation. I like the idea of the compartments coming out with the slide but looked at how they are hung and assumed they would have a load limit. I am unable to find what the actual limits are. Did you find it listed somewhere in the manual? For now, without actual values, I'm just keeping really light stuff in them.
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We have two opposing slides in the front and one slide in the bed room and love it. Fleetwood Pace Arrow 38P. I don't think they make the Pace Arrows any more but the Bounder has the same floor plans.
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