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Old 02-23-2016, 10:59 AM   #1
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Has anyone purchased or have an Eagle Fifth Wheel with this floor plan. We are thinking about moving from TT to fifth wheel and this floor plan seems to fit our needs and budget
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Old 02-23-2016, 07:04 PM   #2
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Yes we have it and love the floor plan. It works good with the grandchildren. We ordered ours with the second ac and awning. We have the recliners and dinette as well as that's what works for us.
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Old 02-24-2016, 10:39 AM   #3
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We are looking at it and the 355MBQS.
I think we will likely do the 355MBQS if we make the jump. We have a 35' travel trailer now with a layout much like the 325BHQS. We find the kids (5 and 9) spend little time in the bunk room and want to be in the living area with everyone else.
The 355MBQS cost and weights are much the same as the 325BHQS, but we like the seating for 5 in the living area, vs 2 in the 325.
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We are looking at it and the 355MBQS.
I think we will likely do the 355MBQS if we make the jump. We have a 35' travel trailer now with a layout much like the 325BHQS. We find the kids (5 and 9) spend little time in the bunk room and want to be in the living area with everyone else.
The 355MBQS cost and weights are much the same as the 325BHQS, but we like the seating for 5 in the living area, vs 2 in the 325.
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I used to have that generic bunk layout with the loveseat as the only sitting option .
The kids would hardly ever be in the bunk room and I hated sitting or laying on that tiny loveseat. If anyone else came in they had to sit in the dinette chairs.
I only wish there was a mid bunkroom layout back when I needed a bunk. Its the best of both worlds.
Now only the 10 year old comes camping and soon he won't want to anymore, so the move to a livingroom model seemed right.
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Old 02-25-2016, 12:30 PM   #5
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We have been looking at the Keystone High Country 356BH and others that have the half bath with a separate entrance. We usually take the grand kids (twin girls 5 and boy 9) my question is how much does the extra bathroom get used? I really can't see the big deal about a half bath, maybe when the girls get into their teenage years. Much rather have the Jayco to me quality is the same and our dealer in Austin has really taken care of us over the years.
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Just pulled the trigger on a 355 MBQS today. Our first venture into RVing . picked this for the same reasons. Grand kids growing up and only occasional Need for the extra sleeping room but seating for 5.
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Just pulled the trigger on a 355 MBQS today. Our first venture into RVing . picked this for the same reasons. Grand kids growing up and only occasional Need for the extra sleeping room but seating for 5.
Congratulations on your giant, first step into RVing and welcome to the JOF.
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