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Old 02-25-2012, 08:26 AM   #11
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32TSBH vs 32BHDS

[QUOTE=cbaka27;60010]I really like the 32TSBH but my wife likes the second door option and the outside kitchen that the 32BHDS gives.

The 32BHDS was actually the camper that made us consider JAYCO as a brand at a recent RV show. Prior to that we usually focused our attention on the Forest River brands. But we were impressed at how much room the 32BHDS had for the upper bunk above the couch/sofa. That extra height makes it easy for a child to climb up as well as enjoy sleeping up there. It's amazing how many builders will design and build a nice camper but forget or purposely ignore the kids that have to sleep in the upper bunks. We also like the outside kitchen layout of the 32BHDS but have a 14 year girl who likes to have space between her and our 12 year son. So the wide back room was the seller for us.
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We also looked at the 32tsbh, but decided we'd rather have the outdoor kitchen and exterior bathroom door instead. When the bh slide is out, it's more than enough room for our 3 kids (2 teens & 6 yr old).
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:13 AM   #14
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[CruizinKim] We also looked at the 32tsbh, but decided we'd rather have the outdoor kitchen...

Snap, now I'm going to think of your post every time I grill at our campsite lol. The 32TSBH has a hanger for an RVQ and it looks like it's set up for adding a sink. But it's not the same as an outdoor kitchen complete everything you need including a fridge and a canopy to shade you while you grill! All self contained with no setup. And you're right, with the bh out the back bedroom of the 32BHDS is very roomy. Enjoy camping.
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