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Old 11-15-2015, 11:15 AM   #15
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Perhaps a less expensive and lighter weight couch that would fit through your door could be considered as you would not have the expense of removing and replacing a window . And you get a new piece of furniture to boot .

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A shift in the trl or a high wind can put stress on slideout when there is no give.

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How so?
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How wide is the normal entry door. I am not near my 5th wheel so I can not measure but I do not believe the door is very wide. Not all 5th wheels have the huge back window.

There are 5th wheels with 80" couches and king sized beds as factory installed funiture as standard already.

The front living room models seem to have the large couches. Also Redwood 5th wheels have nice furniture.

I would try to find one with furniture I liked vs trying to use the furniture from the house.

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