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Posted: 09/12/19 09:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bill.Satellite wrote:

. If you disagree, that's OK.
Can't we all just get along?




I disagree, and that's OK.


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Of course you disagree, you are the one rambling on. At least that last post about the wheel wells (the last, right?) shows how little walking room you will be dealing with in the center of the coach. It should be interesting to see how the inside develops.


What I post is my 2 cents and nothing more. Please don't read anything into my post that's not there. If you disagree, that's OK.
Can't we all just get along?

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At least that last post about the wheel wells (the last, right?)



Could be. I have a bunch of extra pictures I took that I never posted. I could post some of them! LOL. Come on now, that's funny!

Yes, I am over the wheel wells.

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Bill.Satellite wrote:

Of course you disagree, you are the one rambling on. At least that last post about the wheel wells (the last, right?) shows how little walking room you will be dealing with in the center of the coach. It should be interesting to see how the inside develops.




Wheel well boxes are about 26 inches each, which will leave around 37" in between for walking.

A flat floor sure would be nice.

Technically, I could raise the floor up to the height of the well boxes, but I don't see that happening. That would only leave me about an inch and a half of headroom.

Although if I did, the entire floor could become storage. I could really overload the chassis! Lol.

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Happy Friday the 13th, full moon day, today!

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Yes a full moon and we have rain today. I had given up on the rain and watered my potted outside plants! Doesnt it figure?


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fulltimin wrote:

Happy Friday the 13th, full moon day, today!

See....was this post necessary, helpful or on topic?

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fulltimin wrote:

Bill.Satellite wrote:

Of course you disagree, you are the one rambling on. At least that last post about the wheel wells (the last, right?) shows how little walking room you will be dealing with in the center of the coach. It should be interesting to see how the inside develops.




Wheel well boxes are about 26 inches each, which will leave around 37" in between for walking.

A flat floor sure would be nice.

Technically, I could raise the floor up to the height of the well boxes, but I don't see that happening. That would only leave me about an inch and a half of headroom.

Although if I did, the entire floor could become storage. I could really overload the chassis! Lol.


So you have 3 feet (plus an inch) walking room. That's why folks are insisting that their class A coach have slides. I am not of the slide persuasion but I have more central walking area than 37". Even if you can figure out how to use the engine hump as a table you are still stuck with the reality of the older RV's layout that did not allow much space in the center of the coach. You are going to have to build something over those wheel wells which will also reduce the walk way. Raising the floor would never have been a thought by me or you (well, at least it would not have been a thought by you but who knows!)

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Bill.Satelitte - time to step away from the keyboard man. If you’re not enjoying the ride there are lots of others threads to follow.

Just my 2 cents.


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Bill.Satellite wrote:

fulltimin wrote:

Happy Friday the 13th, full moon day, today!

See....was this post necessary, helpful or on topic?



Was that necessary? Nope.

On topic? Nope.

Helpful? I don't know. Basically nearly everyone who has posted on this thread, has at some time posted something that was not "on topic", and that includes you. I can look it up if you like.

Am I upset? Nope.

You, or anyone else is welcome to follow, not follow, post or not post. On topic, off topic, necessary or not.

Doesn't matter to me. If the admins and moderators are okay with it, who am I to argue? They see more than I do.

On the bright side, I didn't post about frying bacon in the nude again! Lol!

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