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Old 05-12-2012, 08:27 PM   #1
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Class C Floor Plans

Okay, they make a ton of Class C's (Im lookin for around a 2000 year model) that are 28 to 29 feet long that use a rear North South bed floor plan, and they make Class C's 26 to 27 feet long that use a rear corner North South or East West (what I have now) bed BUT DO THEY MAKE ANY CLASS C's 27 to 28.5 feet that use a rear NON CORNER East West bed that has some small space on BOTH sides of the bed?????? Anyone know of any makes or models (around 1999 2002) or manufacturers of Class C that is 27 to 28.5 ft max because the rear bed is East West but NOT in the dead corner i.e. you have some room on both sides????????

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Old 05-13-2012, 02:41 PM   #2
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We had a Jayco Melbourne 29D, that had the E/W bed on a slide, with some room on each side. The same model in a 29B, has a N/S bed with no slide, but room on each side.
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I'm not saying they don't exist, but you probably won't find a walk-around bed in any C without a slide. Not sure if they started putting slides in Cs that long ago. My 29ft had a N/S bed, but it was against the wall and no room for a walk-around.
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It's a bit longer than your specs but our 31ft Jamboree has a N/S walk around queen with no slides.....
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Rear Queen

Mine is a 2001 Jayco Eagle model 283g. It has a rear queen. It has about 18inches on 3 sides with under bed storage.
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