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Old 07-18-2014, 11:11 PM   #11
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Vancouver
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We don't have this particular trailer but just to comment on the bunks... i really like double over double. The single bunks are SO narrow - I wouldn't like sleeping on it myself and I'm only 5'3". My kids are young (5, 2 and 1) and I would not have felt comfortable putting them on a single bunk. In our trailer I think the doubles are standard and they are only open at the ends, not the sides, so I am far less worried about them falling out.

Our TV is also basically perpendicular to the couch. It doesn't seem to bother the kids but we really only turn the TV on when we need to keep them occupied for a little while (eg set up, take down, one of us is cooking and one is showering or something)

as for storing clothing, I use the cupboard closest to the bathroom for my kids clothes. Right now I have 3 cube boxes from Ikea stacked up like shelving, each kid gets a box, and I fold their jackets on top.

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Old 08-07-2014, 07:41 PM   #12
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: GlenAllen
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I've got a friend that bought a "brand x" on line and he ended up getting the same trailer he looked at in va delivered from Ohio to his front door for $18000 less than he could buy locally with 0% financing as well! Something to look into my next might go the same route as only a few local dealers here I trust!

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Old 08-08-2014, 01:12 PM   #13
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Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: Centerville
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I have a 2013 267BHS and I Love it. There is anairvent in the back that keeps the back bunks nice and cool. The storage area under the entertaiententrrtaient center will accommodate 3-4 pair of shoes. I hung a fully adjustable TV bracket on the wall of tbe entrrtainment cntr that allows me to swing tne TV out and watch from the couch. Just make sure your bolts are the right length, I now get tbe stare at the end of the bolts from my bed...... There is a sticker on the wall in the bedroom tnat shows where to mount a bracket to the wall. It also has a cable port and power recepticles. I have no idea what the purpose of the rod in the pantry is for, you cant hang anything in there. I use that area to store food while camping. There is an exhaust fan in the bathroom that works very well while showering. I really enjoy my camper and feel like I got a great deal. I would NOT recommend more than 3 people at one time for extended pwriods if time, it will get tight. I am Military and we have had to live in our camper for two months whe we find a place to live. Four people is to much, two adults and two teenagers.....

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