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Old 08-21-2014, 06:22 PM   #11
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We have a Jay Flight 33bhts with the outside kitchen. Let me start by saying that I was more than happy with our previous camper. We enjoy the outside kitchen and love the hard door into the bunk room. The corner shower is OK even for a 6`3" fellow and the layout over all is good there is options that will lessen or increase storage. Wish list is a shoe cabinet for the wife and more outside storage for me. We have everything power the only regret is the power awning,it works well , I just don't like the awning having little adjustablity. We really like the coach and have had no trouble finding a site yet. This layout seems to suffer from low tongue weight and we are fighting some sway issues from that. But this is all fairly easy to remedy .

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Old 08-21-2014, 07:29 PM   #12
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I just purchased a 2014 32BHDS a few months ago. I paid $27100 out the door in California. I have have all of the same options (15k etc.). I moved from a Class C with a ton of basement storage. I will say that I thought I was never going to have enough room for stuff, but I truly do not feel that way anymore. I only keep the really dirty things in the outside storage. I was keeping a ton of chairs under there, but now I put them under the bed. I keep my portable satellite in the place where the kids sleep in the back. I keep my small propane campfire ring in the bag and put it on the counter with a towel under it in the outdoor kitchen. I keep the kids boogie boards in the outdoor kitchen next to the small fridge. I keep some stuff in the outdoor kitchen cabinets. All of my hoses and sewer stuff is in 5 gallon buckets up front in the storage compartment, along with all the other extra wood, leveling blocks, tool box, chocks, etc. Moral - it has plenty of storage.
I will say that there are some parks that I cannot go to as they are limited to 27feet, but I just make sure I check places before I go to make sure I will fit. I just got back from Jalama Beach County Park and the spot I got said 30 feet. I called and they said they have put 40 feet up there and I should have no problem. It was an easy fit (I saw 40 foot MH's try and get in a couple spots down - not easy for them).
There is a much longer swing behind the rear wheels you have to watch out for. That was the only thing I really had to keep an eye on.


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Old 08-25-2014, 12:31 PM   #13
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I have 2013 model. As others stated, TV is challenge and the bathroom is cramped, hard to dress and undress for shower. Storage is outside extemely limited, but we use the storage area under the dinette benchs and this helps. Backing into sites can be a little harder than smaller trailers, but we do love the bunks and outside kitchen, so it's a trade off.
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Old 08-26-2014, 08:42 AM   #14
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We have a 32BHDS, ordered new through RV Direct in 2010, and have camped from Maine to Disney and have not had any issue with the length preventing us from getting a spot at a CG. We do not have the outside kitchen but instead have a large storage compartment, that along with the front pass through has given us plenty of space to pack all our gear. We are a family of 6, sometimes 7 when Grandpa comes along, and we love the amount of room in the TT. My 4 kids , 17, 16, 14 and 8, sleep in the rear bunk room. I installed a LCD TV in the bunkroom for their enjoyment.
I find the bathroom is fine for dressing/undressing I wish there was more room in the bedroom.

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