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We went looking at RV's this weekend, and all the class C's had queen beds in the rear.

Our RV has twin beds in the rear, and my wife and I prefer that arrangement. Does anyone make Class C's with twin beds in the rear?

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Used or new...Lazy Daze has a 24', a 27' and a 31' model with twin bedrooms! 54 years family owned, all they've ever made in the Lazy Daze Class C Motorhome.

Coachmen RV has the 2200 TB Sprinter, Winnebago has the new small Class A Via 25t with twin beds and excellent diesel mpg.


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Thanks!

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I have 2 bunk beds in the rear of my class c. I like them as I can sleep on the bottom one and throw my stuff on the upper one.


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We looked at a Winnebago Access model that has a queen bed in the rear, queen over the cab, and two bunk beds on a slide-out!

We liked that one. Wife could sleep in back queen, me over the cab, and the kids in the bunks!

Now all we need is $70K or so!

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Last time I checked Winnebago, Fleetwood, and FourWinds (and Dutchmen, Chateau) offered at least one C model with twin beds optional in the rear bedroom. There is usually also an option for twin bunk beds (four beds in back).

These are typically 28-31 foot no-slide models for the rental market, the "for stock" order by retail dealers is usually the walkaround queen option. To get twins or bunks you may have to special order.


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maillemaker wrote:

We looked at a Winnebago Access model that has a queen bed in the rear, queen over the cab, and two bunk beds on a slide-out!

We liked that one. Wife could sleep in back queen, me over the cab, and the kids in the bunks!

Now all we need is $70K or so!

Steve


31J model - just noting that it has limited water capacity and storage capacity. I am ordering it but just pointing it out.

Lichtsin had a 2009 model at a GREAT price about a month ago not sure if it still available.

To the original poster -- I saw this in I think the Via but it is a class B -- guessing you are after a Class C?

Not sure how hard it would be to replace with queen / get a special order.......

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