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Old 08-22-2016, 12:23 PM   #1
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Mid Bunk 5th wheels????

Hi new here..Im in the market to purchase a new 5th wheel but having trouble finding the floorplan I would like if at all possible.Im looking for a rear living..mid bunk ..bath and half or 2 full bath 5th wheel.My wife and I love the floorplan of the Coachman Chapparel 360IBL but only has 1 bath attached to the master bed.It would be nice to have a 1/2 bath for the kids elsewhere.Any help would be greatly appreciated.Thank you
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Old 08-22-2016, 01:30 PM   #2
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Grand Design has a Reflection with mid-bunk but not bathroom. There 1/2 bath version utilized a rear bunk. Any reason for mid-bunk over rear bunk?
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Grand Design has a Reflection with mid-bunk but not bathroom. There 1/2 bath version utilized a rear bunk. Any reason for mid-bunk over rear bunk?
Yes with the mid bunk ..from what I seen you get a living area with couch and or recliner.
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Check this one out. Only has one bath but it is isolated to the hallway.

Cruiser Model: CF345BH by Crossroads RV
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With the mid bunks you will only have one bunk. You will have to consider a different floorplan if you want a second bath. you will either be in a rear bunk house or a toy hauler. I've looked at just about all the makes and models out there.
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With the mid bunks you will only have one bunk. You will have to consider a different floorplan if you want a second bath. you will either be in a rear bunk house or a toy hauler. I've looked at just about all the makes and models out there.
That's all I want is the mid bunk...no rear bunkhouse.thx
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Good luck on your search. Hope you find your rv sooner than I did.
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That's all I want is the mid bunk...no rear bunkhouse.thx
We have an older version of the Cruiser. The isolated bath is really nice. My wife always says that she doesn't sleep in the bathroom and doesn't shower in the bedroom. Find a dealer and go check one out.
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I looked at a lot of mid bunks before buying our 2017 palomino 377mbc. I do not think there is one with an extra half bath.
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Jayco makes a mid bunk & my local dealer Hayes Rv has one or did 2weeks ago.
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I have spent the last few months looking for a mid bunk with 1.5 bath and never found one. Finally settled on the Coachmen Chapparal 390QSMB
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Glad you found one your happy with!
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