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Posted: 08/11/22 07:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We're looking at buying a new or slightly used TT. Is there any issues with RV's slides on both sides?

My wife thinks they may limit us because some parks may have restrictions on slides on both sides.

Do multiple slide owners have any insights?

Cheers, Scott

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I’ve never been a site that didn’t have plenty of room for slides on both sides.


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36-seasons total in a MH, 21-seasons with slides on both sides. we've never encountered a park, public or private, that restricts slides to just one slide. IMO this is a non-issue.

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Parking on a street, can't deploy street side slides.

Most important to fully understand access with slides in. Look up PDI and develop an extensive list and excute before any purchase. Or have it done by an experienced professional and not the seller. Leave the emotion at home. Should take hours.


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something to consider is wide slides on the curb side. Thats where the hookups are, trees and so on. Also the view out windows from curb side slides is of your neighbors site,

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We don't have any problems with multiple slides on our DP.

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No. Unless you don't like the extra space inside. :-)


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Posted: 08/12/22 06:34am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I oringingaly was going to buy one with slides on both sides, but unfortunatly that one was sold while we were making up our minds. we ended up with the same thing only no slide on the pasenger side. when I think about it I am happy it worked out that way as I have been camping in a lot of narrower sites that the slide would almost hit the concrete picknic table if it was extended. but the biggest rason I am happy I didnt get it is it would isolate you if your were cooking at the outdoor kitchen , kinda put you into a little cove. I just find it more simple now to back into my site using the pasenger side of the trailer as a guid on how far I want to be from the picknic table and fire ring (on narrower sites I still put my other slide side on the edge)


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SDcampowneroperator wrote:

something to consider is wide slides on the curb side. Thats where the hookups are, trees and so on. Also the view out windows from curb side slides is of your neighbors site,


???? Reverse that ;-)


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Posted: 08/12/22 07:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have opposing living room slides and haven't had a problem


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