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Old 10-18-2016, 05:38 PM   #1
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Width with opposing slides out.

I am in the process of preparing a parking spot inside my privacy fenced back yard for our near future purchase and can't seem to find any dimensions of a typical class c with opposing slides fully extended. Thanks in advance.
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You'd have to check, measurements for one model in particular, because every slide out from every manufacturer can be a different depth.
I doubt, on a Class C, they would total over 4' but anything is possible.
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Thanks Skip. I understand the width increase would vary by manufacturer and even by model within a manufacturer. I suppose I can use 4 ft. (48 inches) as a default. I was just curious since most of the manufacturer information I've found only lists interior numbers.
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My 40' coach is ~43' long with mirror and ladder protrusions. It's ~14' wide with slides on both sides extended.

Make your parking space plenty big - larger than you might think. Walk around room, room to open cargo bays and get stuff in and out, room to open the engine area to check fluids etc. I am currently in the process of expanding my parking area from where it was orginally parking a 30' coach with no slides...
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For now and the future, largest slides are 30" x 2 = 5' plus 9' coach 14' and then add for maneuvering room.

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If the entrance door is behind the slide out and you don't leave enough room you would have to climb through the cab to get in. Just food for thought.
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Thanks for the info.
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