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MStat

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My wife and I are looking at a Grand Design Imagine 2670MK. One thing we noticed was fairly large gap, 1 in. between the floor and kichen (curb side) slide. It appears that this gap is to prevent the slide from rubbing on the floor.
Has anybody else seen this? or Has anybody had problems with this?

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Many slides have a gap between the two floors, depends on the particular slide. There is a rubber piece that keeps what’s outside from coming inside; and generally a transition piece between the two floors. The particulars depend on the slide.

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Grand Design =. junk


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When is there a gap? Slide in or out? Is it a Schwintek or a rack type with the slide mechanism under it.

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Tom/Barb wrote:

Grand Design =. junk


Thats a fairly general comment isnt it?

=junk?

ROFLMAO.

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Tom/Barb wrote:

Grand Design =. junk


Not any different that any other manufacture. They all build some junk along with some keepers. It's always a **** shoot.

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MStat wrote:

My wife and I are looking at a Grand Design Imagine 2670MK. One thing we noticed was fairly large gap, 1 in. between the floor and kichen (curb side) slide. It appears that this gap is to prevent the slide from rubbing on the floor.
Has anybody else seen this? or Has anybody had problems with this?

Thank you


Sitting in mine now, and never really noticed it. Dark out, so didn't look from the underside outside. Inside, that appears about right, although trim molding hides it from being obvious.
In the 6 years I've owned it, it has never been an issue of any kind. Nothing getting in, and the rare kitchen spill has not gotten out. Even a few days ago when we were getting hit with 50 mph gusts all day directly on that side, no air leakage felt.

Junk? Hardly. Yes, built to a price point. Far, far better than any Forest River I have compared to. About the same as the Jayco I used to have, with some items better thought out/designed. Since the one making that comment has a Newmar, his budget is exceedingly higher than mine, so obviously can afford a Cadillac where I only could get a Chevy!


2012 F150 Eco, 4x4, SCrew, Max Tow, HD Payload
2017 Grand Design Imagine 2670MK


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Flapper wrote:



Junk? Hardly. Since the one making that comment has a Newmar, his budget is exceedingly higher than mine, so obviously can afford a Cadillac where I only could get a Chevy!


2000 Newmar mountain aire 4081 DP, ISC/350 Allison 6 speed"

A 23 year old class A?

Might be worth about the same as a new Grand Design TT, but I doubt it LOL.

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I checked out a new GDesign for a friend. My impression just checking it out quickly was that it was beter than most, had a good "feel" to it.
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Danger Don wrote:

Flapper wrote:



Junk? Hardly. Since the one making that comment has a Newmar, his budget is exceedingly higher than mine, so obviously can afford a Cadillac where I only could get a Chevy!


2000 Newmar mountain aire 4081 DP, ISC/350 Allison 6 speed"

A 23 year old class A?

Might be worth about the same as a new Grand Design TT, but I doubt it LOL.


Doesn’t matter. You’re still being a tool, right outta the gate here…


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