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Old 04-26-2014, 04:58 PM   #1
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Looking for used Diesel w/ twin beds.

We are actually wanting to downsize from our diesel class a.
Would like some help to know which brands of B's and B+'s actually are diesel and need a floor plan that has twin beds. Any help would be very appreciated.
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Old 04-27-2014, 12:31 AM   #2
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Roadtrek builds on the Sprinter diesel, and has rear twins.

We too are going from a 36 foot DP to a B.
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We just bought a RoadTrek on the Sprinter chassis. The rear sofa can be made into a king bed or two twin beds. It's easy to do with the electric control for the sofa.
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Jillie: Did you buy off a dealer's lot, or order from factory? Dealer didn't have a CS, so mine's a factory order, and I'm wondering about delivery time.
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Pleasure Way and Leisure Travel B rear sofa can be made into a twin or queen.
Non of these are really a king.
Big difference is location of the galley, on the passenger side.
Rd Trek and Airstream galley on drivers side.

If looking for a twin bed configuration check out LT Unity twin bed B+.
That is the one I would probably move to.
All these manufactures use the the Sprinter chassis.

Mileage on our B, Pleasue Way Plateau TS is 18 to 20 mpg, if you move to the B+ mileage drops to about 15 to 16 based on our friends just returning home to Alaska.
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Jillie: Did you buy off a dealer's lot, or order from factory? Dealer didn't have a CS, so mine's a factory order, and I'm wondering about delivery time.
We bought off the lot. Didn't have time to wait for a factory order.
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Try Sportsmobile, they will build to your specifications and you can view their factory in Dallas, Tx.
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