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Old 05-07-2015, 05:44 AM   #11
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step stool and small plastic baskets to help organize and to push things to back and still be able to reach basket to retrieve. the surprise storage we found was under rear lower bunk. dealer never showed us that it was there.
Yeah. This trailer is a storage warehouse!
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:46 AM   #12
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Since yall are talking about the 29.5 BHDS... I have had mine about 2 weeks. Has anyone had an issue with the dinette twisting when you slide it in? Mine popped 2 screws out.
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I would check out the space behind some of the "false walls" they install. I picked up additional room under the fridge as well as under the sink by relocating those walls farther back. I think they install them at the factory the easiest way without regard to getting more storage.
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Since yall are talking about the 29.5 BHDS... I have had mine about 2 weeks. Has anyone had an issue with the dinette twisting when you slide it in? Mine popped 2 screws out.
Haven't had a problem with this. Better call your dealer.
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I plan on it. Just as the slide is almost all the way in the back rest of the dinette closest to the front twist as the slide lifts up just a little. Other than that we LOVE our camper!!
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Old 05-07-2015, 06:07 PM   #16
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I plan on it. Just as the slide is almost all the way in the back rest of the dinette closest to the front twist as the slide lifts up just a little. Other than that we LOVE our camper!!
I will have to check mine next time but have not noticed that in the two trips we have had so far.
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Old 05-08-2015, 05:20 AM   #17
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In about 65 nights of camping in ours, we've had very little problem with it. Most of the issues very little small things and Im a pickey person lol.

If I had to replace our camper today, Id buy another one just like it.
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