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Old 12-21-2016, 02:59 PM   #29
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The only one I'm aware that was ever offered with triple bunks (as an option so it might be really hard to find one that actually has the triple bunks) is a 2014-2015 Newmar King Aire 4599 (https://www.facebook.com/pg/gonewmar...4125918618583)).

As others mentioned, modifying a double bunk model is probably your best solution but if the bunks are in a slide-out (which most are), you probably don't really have enough space unless the kids are very small (the 4599 did not have the bunks in a slide).

Instead of modifying a double bunk unit with limited height, you might want to look for a Discovery 42A or something with a rear room where you have full height or where you don't need to stack all three (e.b. in a 42A you could possibly put 2 on one wall and another on the other wall).
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Old 12-25-2016, 08:32 PM   #30
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Faced the same dilemma. We had a Newmar 4159 that was fantastic for my family of 6. After a while we wanted a new or newer coach and called Newmar to build one with three bunks. They declined. After much research we decided to go with a Showhauler class 8 conversion. We designed our own floor plan, picked our own colors and interior. Basically a custom coach built to our specs. We took delivery in late August and have put 7000 miles on it. It is a two bedroom, bath and half with the kids room and half bath up front and the master in the back. We love it! Contact Showhauler and they will build the exact motorhome you want.
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