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Old 09-24-2020, 10:10 AM   #1
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32SA back wall closet - how do you use it?

Another question for 32SA owners - how do you use the funky back-wall "closet"?

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Another question for 32SA owners - how do you use the funky back-wall "closet"?

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The 32SA is on our short list for next coach, and we've been wondering about that ourselves. Especially since we have yet to be able to see a 32SA in person. How deep is the shelf in that back closet?
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We don't think of it as a closet, rather a wide narrow storage space. You can stack many plastic storage containers, works well for brooms, mops, boots etc.
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Love our 32SA but like anything there are things I don’t like. This is one of them. Would greatly prefer a back window. I do hang a couple jackets on the hooks and put some shoes/sandals on the shelves. It’s about 8 inches wide as I recall.

Other dislikes? The pull out laptop platform in front of the passenger seat could be better; a bit flimsy. That said, I do love sitting there when working on the laptop. Also don’t like the stove cover pieces. Would vastly prefer a hinged setup. Those pieces are heavy and a bit awkward. We store those and the sink covers next to the couch next to the back wall of the living room slide.

These are nits we can live with. The 32SA is an awesome setup for a solo traveler or a couple like us. If you travel with a tribe, less so versus larger layouts.
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Love our 32SA but like anything there are things I donít like. This is one of them. Would greatly prefer a back window. I do hang a couple jackets on the hooks and put some shoes/sandals on the shelves. Itís about 8 inches wide as I recall.

Other dislikes? The pull out laptop platform in front of the passenger seat could be better; a bit flimsy. That said, I do love sitting there when working on the laptop. Also donít like the stove cover pieces. Would vastly prefer a hinged setup. Those pieces are heavy and a bit awkward. We store those and the sink covers next to the couch next to the back wall of the living room slide.

These are nits we can live with. The 32SA is an awesome setup for a solo traveler or a couple like us. If you travel with a tribe, less so versus larger layouts.
Thanks for the measurement. As far as the stove goes, Tiffin is now hinging that stove cover for 2021 based on the videos we've seen. I hear you about the laptop tray. The Fleetwood setup and the Newmar option seem to be much sturdier.
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Thanks all. I think weíll just live with it for a while and hope for inspiration. 😁

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Umbrella, jackets, first aids kits, rolled up towels. Pretty much a waste of space but we did find enough items to stuff into it. A window would be nice.
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Tiffin could have easily increased the depth of the closets 8-12 inches. There is sufficient open space between the endcap and rear wall.
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I hang a couple of our light jackets in ours. And put a couple pairs of shoes on the bottom ledge.

You have a full closet, with dual set of three doors on the wall for plenty of clothes storage capacity.

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