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Old 03-05-2015, 10:24 AM   #21
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Interesting conversation...We have the 8325SS (tongue to bumper is 34.9) and my inside living area is 32.5....

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Correct. You cannot get length or sq feet from every model number. Sometimes there is no reasoning.
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Old 03-05-2015, 10:50 AM   #22
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My old trailer a Sunline was listed as a 27" but when measured that was bumper to tongue. My V lite when I measured was 30" and that was the box of course it would only measure 33" with bumper and tongue anyway not a lot of difference.
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I just got this from Brett Doberenz at Forest River. He's been really good at getting back to me, even though it's RV show season and we're not ready to buy yet.

"The lengths listed in our brochure are from the tip of the coupler to the back of the bumper. We list what we feel is the true storage length."
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My old trailer a Sunline was listed as a 27" but when measured that was bumper to tongue. My V lite when I measured was 30" and that was the box of course it would only measure 33" with bumper and tongue anyway not a lot of difference.
Whew! 27", 30" and 33"? You're some tiny campers!
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Whew! 27", 30" and 33"? You're some tiny campers!
Beat me to it! ....
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Old 03-06-2015, 08:46 AM   #26
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Whew! 27", 30" and 33"? You're some tiny campers!
Yep I'm now looking for a small single axle semi so I can move up to something bigger it's just too small for the 2 of us. lol But really looking to spend an extended amount of time in ours since I will be retired in a little over a month.
Our old trailer had no slides and was a bit tight when you both tried to move around in it but it worked ok to travel in short term (a week ). We were looking for more of the mobile home type thing and found it.
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