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Old 01-13-2013, 11:13 AM   #11
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Thanks BC, we were looking at the solera s and R, and wanted to know if the back bedroom space was usable if the rear slide was in.
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Old 01-13-2013, 06:32 PM   #12
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With the rear slide in you can store stuff around and on the half a bed that is exposed.

Don't plan on taking a nap unless you went sideways.

For a very large person it would be difficult to get to the closet alongside of the bed or the drawer below the closet. I weigh 200 with a 38 inch waist and have no trouble.

I can access all of the controls with no problems (slide in/out, thermostat, 12 volt and antenna for TV plus 120 volt power for TV).
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:56 PM   #13
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How about an interior photo take from the bed looking forward of a spice decor? Thanks
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Old 01-27-2013, 10:37 PM   #14
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There's a back to front in the latest brochure of fieldstone. Imagine darker leather.
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Are the walls surrounding the cab overhead bunk a light color or are they spice? It is hard to tell in the small photo of spice interior. I guess I could put it differently, is the spice color only on the dinette bottom cushions, the 2 small walls either side of the cab and the cab seats?

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Correct. All the wallboard is light tan. Only the areas you mentioned are spice.
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Thanks again Mr. Clemens...you have been more then helpful.

My wife and I just put a deposit down on a new 24R but are confused by the full body paint scheme differences. We are interested in the Garnet scheme.

The current brochure shows a different color scheme then other 2013 photos we have seen on the web. Maybe you could answer one last question for us.

Can you confirm the current Garnet full body paint color pattern?

One version we find online is a brown color (sandstone?) behind the rear wheels.
The other version we have seen has a very different red Garnet color at that same location (and other places).

We much prefer the browner color overall with splashes of garnet over the much more prevalent red scheme especially in the back.

Could you send us s current 2013 24R Garnet full body paint scheme/pattern photo so we can finalize our decision.

Much Thanks...Tim and Denise
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The most current color schemes can be found here...
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Old 02-25-2013, 07:48 PM   #19
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My hubbie and I are deciding between the 24R and 24MS. In the 24R, when the slide is in can you use the back room, meaning if the bed splits in two and lies on top of the other, can you sit on it? Or put the other piece up in the back sit on it like a sofa? Better yet, can you order this option with a power sofa in the back that turns into a bed, thereby allowing the use of the room when the slide is in to hang out in. Thanks for the info!
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1. yes...its tight around the bed, but you can flip the top mattress up and sit on the bottom one.
2. no option for a power sofa at this time. Bed is on a platform, so it doesn't really work.
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