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Check it out. Kinda weird.
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Definitely different, In a way, a nice idea considering how many bathrooms in truck campers are kind of cramped. (Like my camper bathroom for instance).

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Posted: 02/14/12 07:38pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I didn't find a floorplan or any details of the slide-out bathroom. Sounds like a good idea though.


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Posted: 02/14/12 08:03pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

SoCalDesertRider wrote:

I didn't find a floorplan or any details of the slide-out bathroom. Sounds like a good idea though.


You have to scroll thru the photos to see it. They both have a rear slide out shower.

I think it is easier to get a good photo of a yeti than a good photo of the inside of a truck camper.

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BradW wrote:

SoCalDesertRider wrote:

I didn't find a floorplan or any details of the slide-out bathroom. Sounds like a good idea though.



I think it is easier to get a good photo of a yeti than a good photo of the inside of a truck camper.

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Now... that's just hilarious. ROFLOL.


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How much weight do the slides add to the unit?
Actually I think it's pretty neat.

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Posted: 02/15/12 11:40am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not bad. I prefer my forward bath, but in this case it makes sense. Dinette looks kind of small - 1.5 people per side?


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BradW wrote:


I think it is easier to get a good photo of a yeti than a good photo of the inside of a truck camper.

Brad


On the other hand, when looking at homes online, realtors seem to have a knack for making the rattiest homes look lovely. The TC manufacturers should hook up with realtors to learn their tricks.


From what I could see, these look like a fairly efficient use of space, although my 6'3 husband and my 6'1" soon to be 15YO and much taller son would not fit into either bed from the looks of it.

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Brad wrote:

I think it is easier to get a good photo of a yeti than a good photo of the inside of a truck camper.


Hmmmm. I don't think the problem in this case is the photography.





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