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Old 03-17-2013, 10:12 AM   #21
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I was unsure if there was enough counter space when we bought our 29RE, but trust me there is absolutely enough. We have hosted 4 couples for several dinners and we can comfortably seat 10 people with room to spare. There is plenty of space on the sink counter (with sink covers in place) to put out 5 couples pot luck dishes.

The only thing I wish the factory would change is making the stair treads wood, instead of carpet. That is my last winter mod to make this year. I am going to buy oak stair treads at Lowe's and replace the carpet with wood.
Regarding...stair treads wood, instead of carpet.
Why? I do not understand. Is it slippery?
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Old 03-17-2013, 10:15 AM   #22
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Regarding...stair treads wood, instead of carpet.
Why? I do not understand. Is it slippery?
I had carpet and had wood treads made to which I installed and no-one has slipped yet....
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:56 PM   #23
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I'm not sure if the corian would be more slippery then wood I have thought about it, the woods not really slippery. 8 months of full timing with a family that's the only place i see wear and its faint but I know I going to be needing to do something there sometime down the road. I think that's what separates the CC from other trailers. That it has held up great to a full timing family.
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