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Old 03-21-2013, 04:49 PM   #1
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Winnebago Sightseer 35G

Hello and thanks for reading my thread.

I am a new owner of the 35G and i was wondering if anyone has an opinion as to how to build shelves for this unit. All compartments and semi pass through. there is about a foot and a half inner wall for the drive shaft and above that is a pass through. Should I build a wooden shelf for this so I can bring along dog cretes or a table?

Would it add too much weight to the unit?

Need some direction please.

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2013 Chevy Equinox Toad with break buddy
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Old 04-20-2013, 01:07 PM   #2
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Hi Andy,

We are looking at the 35G. We love the floor plan. I am concerned about the cargo carrying capacity (three slides + all options on a 22k chasse). Have you taken our rig out on a trip yet? What are your impressions so far? How did it handle your toad?


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Old 04-21-2013, 08:19 PM   #3
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Hello, We have taken out 35g out on two weekend trips so far just to shake things out. I am surprised at the amount of space we have on the inside as well as the storage on the outside. We had a Grayhawk 31 ss and we can fit all of the stuff we had in there and more. I think the paper work say we can load almost 3,000 pounds of stuff in it but there are only my wife, son and myself traveling in it and I dont thing we come close to that amout of stuff in the RV. the only thing I do wish it had was at least on sliding drawer on the outside storage but with the gas engine and the drive shaft there is a tunnel were a drawer could be but we are making due with out it.

We have really not found anything we dont like about it yet.

Hope this helps out.

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oh, carries the toad just great !!!!!!!
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