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Old 08-07-2015, 12:43 PM   #1
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Driver Side Second Door

Hi everyone I know this has been discussed in the past with many different option why. At this time very satisfied with my 1999 26H Prowler but have be toying with the Idea a couple years (starting early) down the road going larger for a more comfortable full timing.
The question is on my Fleetwood Prowler I have a driver side entry door to my front bed room. I notice that a high number of TT have 2 doors but their on the same side (passenger side) and the 5th wheels have mostly one door (sorry if I haven't seen the double doors) I like the size and storage and maneuverability of the 5th wheels but I also don't want to lose my pick bed. Ideas and suggestions on that and are the driver side doors?
On TT bumper pull if I get to big I fill it will not be as maneuverable and accessible to some areas I might like stay, say 34 foot size. Am I wrong thinking this?
If the weather changed on me while moving to new location I'd rather be pulling a 5th wheel until I could find a place to take shelter if needed.
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Old 08-08-2015, 06:47 AM   #2
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Sounds like you need a midsize TT.
Coleman RV and Kodiak make several floorplans we liked with the driver's side door, but they go to the bathroom, not the bedroom.
I have never seen a 5er with a starboard side door.

Manny & Larissa
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Old 08-08-2015, 09:16 AM   #3
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TDI-Mini, yes all the 5th wheel I've seen on-line have had the door (drivers side) go into a half bath. My 26 foot prowler has 14 foot slide and is a Ideal size for a guest and myself which could be considered a mid size?. This is why I'm looking now to see what's out there. I may be asking for the moon
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