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Old 08-12-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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Hi, I am new to the HLTF but find your site/forum terrific. my question is at

what length could I get the large walk around bed. I have a length issue for

storage (naturally the shorter the easier) I want the large walk around bed

always set up, bath w/shower, dining area, and ideally the bump out couch.

thanks for any help.
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Hi, I am new to the HLTF but find your site/forum terrific. my question is at

what length could I get the large walk around bed. I have a length issue for

storage (naturally the shorter the easier) I want the large walk around bed

always set up, bath w/shower, dining area, and ideally the bump out couch.

thanks for any help.
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thanks Rich.
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Old 08-12-2013, 06:38 PM   #4
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the brochures are terrific, I have figured out the numbers, such as 2810, 2207

etc. but what are the letters all about ? obviously TL I understand which I can

compare the GVMR but I also see letters like C TD and others. thanks
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TL is TowLite model with lounge in front, C is for Classic model, TD is TowLite with Dinette in front.
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thank you again
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I am not sure what the smallest size with a down bed is but, I recently purchased a 2704 mainly for that reason as well.
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We gave up the couch on our 2006 22FT TL, so we always have a bed that is made up. Though, it is not a walk around.
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Our travel trailer is 28ft and we had to get this size for the walk around bed. It is so much easier to just fall into bed after a long drive or not having to worry about breaking down the breakfast table to get into bed. We are selling our unit and if you are interested we can send you some pics.
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We had a 24 ft. TL and made the switch to our 29' classic for the very same reason.
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We let our children and grandkids have our 1996 26ftRD for the same reason. We got tired of the bed issue. We then purchased a 2004 31ft classic with the walk around bed. Our unit is now 10 years old and we still love it. We have taken it all over from east coast to west coast and many places in between. We even lived in it 3 months last winter in Fredericksburg, Texas.
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