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Old 12-28-2010, 12:57 PM   #11
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a large frig would be nice. my nephew has a motor home, that he lives in, and it had a french door firg and a full size bathtub. i haven't seen one in a travel trailer but haven't looked in 5 yrs.

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Old 12-28-2010, 04:06 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by bob34787 View Post
as I am someone with back and neck issues I would only suggest that if I had it to do again I would choose MH. Last week in our trip to Disney I found out just how many things you can break when you fall from the top step of the 5th wheel. After 8 days my wife was limping from going up the stairs into the trailer and the add'l steps on the inside for the bathroom and bedroom.
yup i can vouch for that! i love how i have 5 total steps to get from ground to the TT sliding doors. I have a set of steps i got off a guy for free and they are MUCH more stable then the TT's built in 3 step contraptions.

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Old 01-13-2011, 05:29 PM   #13
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For us the 36re fits our needs. We ordered the king bed, washer/dryer, There is plenty of counter space and electrical outlets. The space and storage is awesome. We plan to be fultimers soon. Good luck on your choice..
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Old 03-06-2011, 02:28 PM   #14
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I have been living full time in my 36' Cedar Creek RLTS for 3 years now and I love it. With three slides there is ample room. I love my floor plan, but after living with it for a while there are a couple of things I would want to change. The TV is in the slide out and therefore cannot be seen when working in the kitchen. I would much prefer deeper windows to be able to see more outside when sitting in the RV. Mine had the sofa in the slide next to the dining table and the two recliners on the rear wall. That made sitting in the recliner and watching TV awkward as you were always angled and there was no room next to the sofa for putting down a drink or remote, etc. I switched them. Lots more room now.

One other thing of note. My W/D is in a separate cabinet next to the toilet. The floor under it is tiled and when I accidentally let water drain out of the filter when changing it, the water all stayed in the bathroom and did not soak the bedroom carpet. Be very wary of the units that have the laundry in the closet. One mishap and you will have a terrible mess in your carpet. Plus you lose a lot of valuable closet space. Make sure the closet design has plenty of room for FULL length clothes. In most RV's one or two suits and dresses and you have run out of hanging room.

Also, get the ceiling fan and dual airs. Definitely will need them and use them a lot. Good luck with your choice and hope you have a grand time full timing.

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