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Old 02-23-2019, 02:45 PM   #1
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Does anyone own this rig? My question is can you walk through the coach with the slides in?
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Old 02-25-2019, 05:26 PM   #2
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Does anyone own this rig? My question is can you walk through the coach with the slides in?
I own a 305ML6. I have passed through with the both slides in but its a bit of a challenge. High step over the theater seating arm and then a squeeze onto the steps. Those are the only 2 barriers...6' &155lbs.
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Old 02-26-2019, 10:17 AM   #3
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I own a 305ML6. I have passed through with the both slides in but its a bit of a challenge. High step over the theater seating arm and then a squeeze onto the steps. Those are the only 2 barriers...6' &155lbs.
Thanks for the info. Iím 6í3 250lbs, I love the layout but Iím afraid I canít even open the slides because I can t get through. Also, we like to stop at rest stops or truck stops and Walmartís so we donít have to get into an rv park during longer trips. Thanks again for the info!
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Old 02-26-2019, 10:43 AM   #4
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Thanks for the info. Iím 6í3 250lbs, I love the layout but Iím afraid I canít even open the slides because I can t get through. Also, we like to stop at rest stops or truck stops and Walmartís so we donít have to get into an rv park during longer trips. Thanks again for the info!
No problem...we like the layout as well. You can put it out easy enough if need be. The rocker switch for the passenger side slide is on the end of the kitchen cabinets just inside the door. All the rest are on the control panel above the steps. Eliminates the tight navigation.
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Old 02-27-2019, 09:59 AM   #5
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No problem...we like the layout as well. You can put it out easy enough if need be. The rocker switch for the passenger side slide is on the end of the kitchen cabinets just inside the door. All the rest are on the control panel above the steps. Eliminates the tight navigation.
Thanks, all of the videos I have watched have not highlighted that switch, heck never mentioned it, only the controls in the hall. That is what raised my concern. Do you have issues in you pass through storage with all of the heat ducts and sewer lines running through? Looks like things could shift and cause damage to all of the elements protruding into that space.
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Old 02-27-2019, 12:31 PM   #6
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Not so far. I use a couple of trunk totes on the drain side for smaller loose stuff...not too tight to get out the hatch but good snug fit. Everything else pretty much stays put. I envision my first goof as knocking the face off of the inverter on the opposite side.

However, there is a wall channel buildout behind the couch on the slide we spoke about. Service to outdoor speakers/outlet/cable. It puts the legs just on the edge of the platform. It wants to slide off the pad during travel. Easy enough fix but I just haven't done it yet.
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Old 02-27-2019, 12:48 PM   #7
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Not so far. I use a couple of trunk totes on the drain side for smaller loose stuff...not too tight to get out the hatch but good snug fit. Everything else pretty much stays put. I envision my first goof as knocking the face off of the inverter on the opposite side.

However, there is a wall channel buildout behind the couch on the slide we spoke about. Service to outdoor speakers/outlet/cable. It puts the legs just on the edge of the platform. It wants to slide off the pad during travel. Easy enough fix but I just haven't done it yet.
T-K.King thanks for all of your input. Very helpful.
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I have one when we stop to use the bathroom we just move the slide out just enough to walk through we love the layout
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The controls for the right side are just inside the door. The other side y on control panel near the steps
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