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Old 10-28-2015, 09:09 AM   #15
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Interior space & storage would be the difference ... depends on your needs/desires

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I'm in a very similar situation right now. My concern is campground availability and selection in a 43' vs a 40' I have a small challenge where I park the coach at home and a 43' would take a little more finesse to squeeze it into my space. I think it can be done....carefully.

Both coaches are Newmars and we really like the larger clothes clost, shower, pantry and external storage.

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I am torn between 2 sizes a 40-10" and a 43-10" , this will be my first Motorhome. Both are tags. 400 hp. Will the 40' be easier to drive and park? Will I be able to get into more campgrounds?

We chose the 40' because it had all the space we needed, with the floor plan we loved! Also, I'm too cheap to buy the extra tires for the tag axle!

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