Originally Posted by robertmayberry
Here's a question for our local guru, Mr. Clemmons.
First, it looks like the door to the RV could have been placed about 4" forward of where it is now. And second, the sink/stove/frig module could also have been placed one or two inches forward. All this would have allowed for a few more precious inches of length for the bed!
Just curious why not?
Looks can be deceiving.
1. As for the door, we still need aluminum framing in there. So while it looks like it might be able to move...there is structure there that needs to be in place.
2. As for the stove/sink/fridge again, we try to keep certain clearances, plus where the step up is dictates certain things...along with appliance locations etc. Everything is laid out in AutoCAD design software to make sure everything fits and sometimes that means not being able to maximize certain areas.
3. A typical RV queen is 74-75". We try and get 80" where we can...but its not always possible and in trying to keep floor plans as small as possible is not always our primary focus.