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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Redcavvy3, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. Redcavvy3

    Redcavvy3

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    Afternoon all, Janet and I wrote of car/caravan last Friday and are now looking for a motor home with a end washroom for our first motor home.
    Advise required on model and where to find one?
     
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  2. rronyag

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    Hi
    Don't know how much you have in the kitty but we've got a Swift Bolero 722 fixed bed, which has a washroom at the back. We love our wagon!!

    Happy hunting

    :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  3. duane0001

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    Why does it have to have and end washroom!
    Does it really matter where the washroom is?
     
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  4. Redcavvy3

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    We have been used to one in our caravan, hence would like similar in a motor home.
     
  5. WynandJean

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    Wow that's a bit extreme. Maybe a part exchange might have been better! ::bigsmile:

    Wyn
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    That's interesting.

    You'll find much less space in a MH and you don't wash that often so personally I'd have that low on the list.

    High on the list is lounge space for those miserable days and evenings. Now that is satisfied so well by an end U shaped lounge.

    We do have an end washroom ( Burstner 530 ) and wished it was a U shaped lounge quite often.
     
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    Unless you have something like ours Brian.
    It has an end bathroom . But the front seats both swivel round into the lounge, and it has a large L and smaller bench settee.
    We chose the layout because we too didn't like the bathroom in the middle , feeling it split the MH in half. But then we had had 3 caravans before the MH. So were used to a larger open loungey space.We found you didn't get with lots of motorhomes.
     
  8. motorhomelover

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    you should have looked at the American Rvs loads of loungy space with a slide out ::bigsmile:
    enough room to swing two cats :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    but when parked on the average drive no room to swing a mouse
     
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  10. duane0001

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    I would rather do 40mpg not 4 :ROFLMAO:
     
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