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Old 11-18-2020, 11:06 AM   #15
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Yep! SunSeeker 3100SS has the "Garage" as they refer to it.
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Thought it was funny that, in the "Recent Discussions" panel on the right side of the main screen, this thread title gets shortened to:

"Anyone else have a huge rear"
That's funny.
First thing I thought of was "OMG Becky, look at the size of her butt"...something our son played over and over and over one year. Never could get that one out of my head.

But yea, nice basement storage for sure. The key is keeping the tail from wagging the dog though.
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The larger the compartment is, the less living space you get.
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The larger the compartment is, the less living space you get.
Actually where the big step up for that storage area is forms a bedside table on each side of the short queen bed. The head of the bed is at the back of the motorhome, with a closet on each side, as well as overhead cabinets.
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Yep! SunSeeker 3100SS has the "Garage" as they refer to it.
Has a big square door on each side and a small one at the rear. Each side and rear have recessed areas in the floor with a folding table for a cover on the right side and a removable lid at the rear. Have not put so much in it that it lightened the steering.
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My 2016 Siesta Sprinter has a large rear pass thru. I installed shelving against the forward wall to organize the storage. THOR Sprinter based RV's with ST or TT designation have this setup.
"Less living space" doesn't apply--- The ST model has the most external storage area (69 cuft) and twin beds that convert to a single King size bed. The rear queen model has 39cuft and other than the beds the layout is identical..
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