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Old 09-10-2007, 04:11 AM   #1
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Our '05 Suncruiser 38R has a FULL size 80" length queen size bed. I see ALL the 2008 front engined gas models only come with a short 75" queen. With a base MSRP Suncruiser at $163K+ (with the Newmar gas Mountain Air gone the Suncruiser may be the top of the line gas coach) a full size queen should be standard. No full size queen would be a deal breaker for me.

The last Suncruiser models with a full size queen were the '06 35U and 38R and both of these models were dropped early in the 2006 model year.

The '08 Suncruiser 35L does offer a full size 80" king bed as an option proving that a full size 80" would easily fit.

The rear engined gas UFO Destination/Latitude models do come with an 80" full size queen.

Winnebago give us high end Suncruiser buyers something for our $163K+ such as group 27 coach batteries rather than the small group 24!

Most buyers would not notice, but Winnebago, some of us do.

The wife wants to look at Tiffin for our next motorhome.

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Our '05 Suncruiser 38R has a FULL size 80" length queen size bed. I see ALL the 2008 front engined gas models only come with a short 75" queen. With a base MSRP Suncruiser at $163K+ (with the Newmar gas Mountain Air gone the Suncruiser may be the top of the line gas coach) a full size queen should be standard. No full size queen would be a deal breaker for me.

The last Suncruiser models with a full size queen were the '06 35U and 38R and both of these models were dropped early in the 2006 model year.

The '08 Suncruiser 35L does offer a full size 80" king bed as an option proving that a full size 80" would easily fit.

The rear engined gas UFO Destination/Latitude models do come with an 80" full size queen.

Winnebago give us high end Suncruiser buyers something for our $163K+ such as group 27 coach batteries rather than the small group 24!

Most buyers would not notice, but Winnebago, some of us do.

The wife wants to look at Tiffin for our next motorhome.

-Tom
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Tom, I wonder if it could be a special order.

Just like some folks can't stand prosperity, Winnie just won't leave the good things alone.
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