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Old 08-19-2017, 04:10 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by alnewmar2005 View Post
We have no intention of going full time but why not. 38/40 is just comfortable.
same here - no intention of going FT (for at least another 6 to 8 years possibly) but love the room that the 40 footer gives us - especially when the kids want to bring a friend.
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We were part-timers (4-5 months per year) in our 40 footer. Even a 36 with 2 slides seemed cramped after 3-4 weeks, but the triple slide 40 was comfy for as long as we liked.
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We just bought a 42.5', plan on retiring within the next 2 years and will be traveling extensively
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Have an Entegra 42DEQ,( about 43' ) no intention of full timing, live in house in Florida and use the coach during the summer, 4-5 months, and still want to get a 45'.
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