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Old 03-08-2019, 11:05 PM   #1
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Floorplans with Large Dinette / Long Dinette (80" or longer)

I have been doing floor plan research, looking for plans better suited for sleeping and sitting taller folks.

I noticed the Thor Aria 3401 has a 92" long dinette.

The advantages of the longer dinette include more legroom, more table room, and an area large enough that it could actually serve as an additional bed that doesn't require sleeping in the fetal position

This got me to wondering what other floorplans offer larger/longer than typical dinettes. I came across these other floorplans with longer dinettes. Sharing for the benefit of others, and feedback from owners of these plans. Also curious if anybody knows of any other floor plans with 80" or longer dinettes? (Trying to stay 36' or less.)
  • Thor Aria 3902 - 88" dinette
  • Thor Miramar 34.2 - 87" dinette (and 80" sofa bed)
  • Coachmen Pursuit 32WC - 90" dinette (and 85" sofa bed) - unfortunately the main bed is a folding mattress
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hmm, it's not just a question of "Dinettes" you're also throwing a DP in the mix with a Gasser. Many will make the distinction using that as a factor.
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