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Old 07-03-2014, 11:15 AM   #11
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from what I've seen anything with a X or a Z in the model number typically is some sort of hybrid TT/tent camper or has a partial slide (like in the rear).
Later models yes, earlier models probably not. My 2006 is a 23B, no X or Z in this model number. 23 is the length, B is ??
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Old 07-03-2014, 11:24 AM   #12
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Later models yes, earlier models probably not. My 2006 is a 23B, no X or Z in this model number. 23 is the length, B is ??
Yes. Our old Kiwi was an '03 and was a 17a model. No X and it was a hybrid. It had a 12 ft box and was 17 ft measured from end bumper to end of tongue.

Our current X20E actually has a 16 ft box and is 21 ft from bumper to tongue. It seems to me that the 20 is more of a class identifier than a reflection of actual length.

I suspect the E, and B or F in the case of the X23 is an internal floor plan/design indicator. Some designs didn't make the final production cut or were offered many years ago and and are no longer. So you don't see an X20A or X20B. Kind of like how GM has the Z28 indicator on special model Camaros. Z28 is actually an option package code but is also part of the model name of the car.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:03 PM   #13
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Our 26.5 HT RLS is a, supposedly, half-ton towable (HT) with rear living (RL) and a living room slide (S), maybe that's it, although we do have a small slide in the bedroom for our wardrobe. Also, from tip of fw hitch to the back of the bumper its just short of 30' but the living area is pretty close to 26.5' so maybe thats the 26.5 in the designation.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:57 PM   #14
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Old 07-03-2014, 03:50 PM   #15
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Ours make partial sense. 33 RLDS Rear Living Dual Slides even though we have 3 slides..
...and the 33 probably is not accurate.
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The DS designation can be Deep Slide rather than Dual Slide. Our 27DSRL is 27ft long as far as living length although actually almost 31' rear bumper to hitch ball. The letters are Deep Slide (there is only one) Rear Living.
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Old 07-03-2014, 06:04 PM   #17
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Like mine 28BHBE



Bunk House that's obvious



as for the BE, I believe it could mean Back End



So Bunk House Back End!

BHBE= Bunk House Bath Entry

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I just found out the .5 in the model numbers indicates a Fifth Wheel model.
Im not sure that holds up. We have a 31.5 RLTS which is a fifth wheel. But there is no .5 in a 321 RLTS which is also a 5th wheel!!
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There are no std naming customs. They change like diapers. The camper I have was called a Designer, then. Eagle then something else. Mostly marketing hype.
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