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Old 08-11-2015, 09:54 AM   #1
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Bay Star 3308 Question

How much space do you have with the slides closed?
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How much space do you have with the slides closed?
Hi Patti
Your question is an important question but tough to answer via an in a note. I suggest finding the model you are interested in and touring the coach with the slides in. If not possible, maybe someone can send you a picture looking from the front to rear with the slides in.

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Hi Patti Brown,
Never been in this model. Looking at the brochure, is your concern getting to the bathroom when the slides are closed? If so, this should not be a problem. There should be at least 12" of floor available for walking when the slides are closed. Measuring from the furniture, there is around 24" available with the slides closed. Newmar has been pretty consistent with the room available when the slides are closed.
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