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Old 06-26-2019, 08:21 PM   #71
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Someone should write up a clear and measurable driving violation that a set up like this can be escorted off the road and easily stand up in court. We are getting entertained by the pic but we all know this could kill someone on the roadways
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Old 07-09-2019, 07:40 AM   #72
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if it is a 21 with something closer to a 19 layout, it will sell well. I know a few with a 19 who would love this.


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Old 07-09-2019, 07:50 AM   #73
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I agree, my wish was for a 21 or 23 with queen bed at least like the 19. I have spoke to Maine boat manufactures as to why they are not in the Fiberglass Egg TT biz and it has led to a group industry meeting, Down East Maine is the leader in FRP lobster boat and mold manufactures, same work but Egg TT market has 10K boomers a week I understand as compared to a total of 15k lobstermen and the fishery is capped
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Old 07-09-2019, 01:19 PM   #74
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Wow, a Lobster boat on a trailer frame. I'm in.....
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Old 07-09-2019, 01:26 PM   #75
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the 21's bed is only 6" narrower than a regular Queen, and having the bed longitudinal makes it much easier for either party to get out of bed without climbing over the other.

I'd love to see a walk-around full queen, but that would require at least a 7' wide interior (60" for the mattress, and a 12" aisle on each side).

maybe a 23' could have a lateral shower in the front like the Casita, with a closet next to it, and still have room for a dinette, with a rear queen bed? I dunno, I like having the dinette in the rear as thats usually the better view where I'm camping.

I'm not a big fan of the 19's mid bath, as it greatly cuts down on aisle width and makes the interior somewhat claustrophobic.
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Old 07-09-2019, 10:36 PM   #76
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the 21's bed is only 6" narrower than a regular Queen...
That's the width of a standard "double" (or "full") size, so the 21' bed could be described as a long double
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Old 07-09-2019, 11:19 PM   #77
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That's the width of a standard "double" (or "full") size, so the 21' bed could be described as a long double
I've seen 54x80 listed as a 'Full XL', and in fact you can get fitted sheets in that size, albeit not quite the same selection
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Old 07-10-2019, 12:05 AM   #78
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I'd love to see a walk-around full queen, but that would require at least a 7' wide interior (60" for the mattress, and a 12" aisle on each side).
The 19’s queen bed is a walk around. That’s what I tell all my friends who camp in those enormous sized trailers. (I don’t tell them you have to walk outside to get around)
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I've seen 54x80 listed as a 'Full XL', and in fact you can get fitted sheets in that size, albeit not quite the same selection
XL = extra long (80" compared to the usual 75" for twin/double/full) and Full = double (the 54" width), so that makes sense; it's good to have the name used by suppliers to find bedding.
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The 19ís queen bed is a walk around. Thatís what I tell all my friends who camp in those enormous sized trailers. (I donít tell them you have to walk outside to get around)
I guess that makes the 5.0TA a "crawl around"....or maybe a "walk under"
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