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Old 10-04-2014, 09:34 AM   #11
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Heres a couple pics I found of the pumas. Ours is identical except for having the sabre logo instead of puma
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Old 10-04-2014, 10:03 AM   #12
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Ok,thanks. Wife is concerned the tri fold sofa in the bunkhouse will block the door when folded out. The sit and play doesn't look like it would.
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Old 10-04-2014, 10:19 AM   #13
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Ok,thanks. Wife is concerned the tri fold sofa in the bunkhouse will block the door when folded out. The sit and play doesn't look like it would.
Nope it doesn't.
I think it would really be tight in a single slide bunkhouse with a tri fold. I opened our living room couch out once just to see the style (it tri fold-never used) and it took up a bunch of the main areas room, it was king size though on width, but a little short.
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Old 10-04-2014, 02:02 PM   #14
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I also use the non-slider companion hitch with my 6.75' bed. Never had a problem or anything close.
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Old 10-04-2014, 11:34 PM   #15
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I also use the non-slider companion hitch with my 6.75' bed. Never had a problem or anything close.

If you have a newer Dodge, you need a slider for the tbok. Even though the box is the same length as GM and Ford, the distance from the hitch to the back of the cab is slightly shorter.


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Old 10-05-2014, 02:35 AM   #16
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If you have a newer Dodge, you need a slider for the tbok. Even though the box is the same length as GM and Ford, the distance from the hitch to the back of the cab is slightly shorter.


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Yep your right.
I always forget about how short the dodges front bed space is. I had a guy I worked with that has a newer ram 2500, and he couldn't have a toolbox in the front of his bed when he used his hitch.
I have a cheby, and I have about 6" between my toolbox and the front part of my lower frame of my hitch (if I'm remembering correctly)
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2008 GMC 2500hd here. I think we are sure the 34tbok will be the one. Now the question is to buy local for $4k more or buy from RV wholesalers. This RV buying stuff is NOTHING like a car or truck!!
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2008 GMC 2500hd here. I think we are sure the 34tbok will be the one. Now the question is to buy local for $4k more or buy from RV wholesalers. This RV buying stuff is NOTHING like a car or truck!!
I would say buy local IF you have a relationship with the dealer and think you'll get great service after the sale. I was in a similar situation and bought from rvw saving $7K from my local dealers price. Spent $1000 driving to get it and hauling it home, camping along the way! I've had a warranty claim and they set up with a local shop to have the work done. I just finalized the apt and dropped it off.
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