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Old 07-29-2012, 08:53 PM   #11
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Our 22 foot sunline had two doors, our 25 foot flagstaf has 1. I think it is just how floor plans are laid out. On the sunline one door opened into the kitchen area, the other the bedroom. We hardly ever used the door in the bedroom.
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Old 07-29-2012, 11:34 PM   #12
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After seeing the post I would say I'm not alone in not needing a second door it cost more than a nice window that opens. As too emergency exits there are more than enough with the popout window that is currently in the bedroom and by the sofa plus 2 doors. The TT is only 30 ft. and no one rides in the TT while going down the road.

FR could save on manufacturing cost and make me happy. I'll look for a one door TT on the next one... In about 10 years!
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:00 AM   #13
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Well i will go the other way. I (especially DW) love the second door in put trailer as it leads straight to the bathroom. Therefore kids with dirty feet and visitors can go without tracking through the trailer. It was actually on our list of wants, mainly for the kids plus we spend most of our time outside so easy bath entrance for us too
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Old 07-30-2012, 04:51 PM   #14
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Well i will go the other way. I (especially DW) love the second door in put trailer as it leads straight to the bathroom. Therefore kids with dirty feet and visitors can go without tracking through the trailer. It was actually on our list of wants, mainly for the kids plus we spend most of our time outside so easy bath entrance for us too


You let visitors go in your bathroom? Or do you mean they can go, leave, vamoose...? Or prople off the street can go in your bathroom?

I'm just funnin'!
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