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 on: October 28, 2014, 05:49:38 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Carol
Benny,
If you get a slide, then there isn't extra space for a pantry on the dinette side.  That extra space is taken up by the nice size dinette and the slide walls.  If you get a non-slide unit, you get a pantry (or closet of that width) on the dinette side and on the passenger side you get either the same or the longer bed.  Just FYI, instead of putting the slide-out pantry into that extra foot on one or both sides, you can have a simple narrow closet that actually gives you a lot more usable space.  In my (non-slide) unit, I have the slide-out pantry between the kitchen and the bed and a closet suitable for storing tall items between the dinette and frig. I took measurements of the pantry and closet options and posted them in my thread in Photos.   Cheer
 

 42 
 on: October 28, 2014, 03:58:01 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Barry-Sue
Ron;

How is a wall like a roof?  

If you don't like where it is move it. LOL rolling on the floor



Barry

 43 
 on: October 28, 2014, 03:32:38 pm 
Started by David J. Rotelle - Last post by randallandchris
Bicycling past Palm RV near Fort Myers saw a PC, maybe a 2910D in for service.  Somebody wintering here or passing thru?

 44 
 on: October 28, 2014, 02:09:30 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Benny820
Hi,  it sounds from this reading since the slide is the same as the 2552 you get the pantry with the dinette on the drivers side. Do you get another pantry or larger bed on the passenger side? I would go for the larger bed myself as long as you still have pantry on drivers side. Am I getting this right. Thanks thinking ThankYou

 45 
 on: October 28, 2014, 01:52:36 pm 
Started by David J. Rotelle - Last post by David J. Rotelle
Sitting at my desk on the phone and just watched a beautiful Phoenix Cruiser drive by... looked like a 2350 in desert sand on the Sprinter chassis.
Would love to know if there is another Cruiser owner in the neighborhood?? The coach was traveling on route 322 east in Honey Brook PA.

Dave
Honey Brook, Pa

 46 
 on: October 28, 2014, 12:56:25 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by Carol
Ron--How about replacing the garage door, framing it so that it comes out 6 inches farther?   ThumbsUp

 47 
 on: October 28, 2014, 12:27:19 pm 
Started by bhgareau - Last post by ron.dittmer
Very nice for a high-stance PC 4x4.  The rear bumper could be trouble with our regular 2350 pulling out from gas stations and such.  The rear hitch gets close as it is.

Nice work there!

 48 
 on: October 28, 2014, 10:28:31 am 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by ron.dittmer
(Sorry Ron, your dream of a larger bath isn't one of the options but I figure this is good because it won't fit in your garage anyhow).
My garage RV bay measures exactly 25'-0" deep.  I would be willing to selectively grind the back concrete wall, dish it out so the front bumper fits inside a few inches just to get the garage door closed.  Maybe dish an extra inch for a rubber bumper liner.

 49 
 on: October 28, 2014, 09:02:52 am 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by 2 Frazzled
Note that this model has officially been named the 2351. Earl wrote an article for the Intervec-Phoenix Travel Club explaining this and giving the floor plan options. The slide is identical to that on the 2552 so couch, dinette, and pantry options are the same there. The extra space on the passenger side allows for a second pullout pantry or a longer corner bed. (Sorry Ron, your dream of a larger bath isn't one of the options but I figure this is good because it won't fit in your garage anyhow).
H

 50 
 on: October 28, 2014, 08:46:25 am 
Started by bhgareau - Last post by Doneworking
This thread is a good reminder to me that colder weather is on its way and it is really important to maintain our batteries and the rest of our rv. 

It gets colder here in central Oklahoma than many know.  We may stay below freezing for several days in a row, get down into the single digits, and then have fifties for a week.   At least once a month, I get into my motorhome and drive it up the road about twenty-five miles to a little town with a good lunch place.  On the way up there, I am running the generator and have the heat strips going full blast to keep a load on the generator.   I leave the genset running while I have lunch and then drive back to the storage garage, a total of about fifty miiles and a couple of hours of generator time.   That really seems to work well for me.  Gets the engine going good, the generator, the transmission, the whole shebang.

If I stored it outdoors I would leave the solar panel on, but that still wouldn't keep the exercise going on the genset and the vehicle.

Paul

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