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Old 06-29-2014, 10:40 PM   #21
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If I have a 2015 36rl on order, why isn't the website updated on year models?
They're still designing yours and aren't sure how it will look yet!

.....na, the website is slow to update.
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Old 06-30-2014, 02:04 AM   #22
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I agree with AA. The slide in a slide <in our opinion> makes a HUGE difference in making the bedroom feel much more residential. You don't have to turn sideways while walking around the bed (if you are a larger size person, this would get old real fast). Also agree on the washer and dryer. LOVE mine, would love the stacking more, but NOT a deal breaker.


My wife and I were both walking back and fourth between the bed and the dressers with the drawers open. We couldn't have done that without the slide-in-slide.
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Old 06-30-2014, 02:06 AM   #23
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My wife and I were both walking back and fourth between the bed and the dressers with the drawers open. We couldn't have done that without the slide-in-slide.
That's one thing I will miss in my Rushmore, the huge BR.
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Old 06-30-2014, 02:11 AM   #24
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Just took pictures of a new 38RL King slide in slide last weekend - LOOK at that space in there!!! And without compromise to the patio area by using an opposing slide like DRV or some of the others use to get that floorspace



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Old 06-30-2014, 06:00 AM   #25
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Brad - With the opposing slides on the FL the end of the bed goes under the cupboards when the slides are closed.

Haven't seen a slide -in-slide, so when the slides are closed is it similar to the FL or does the end of the bed just touch the drawers.
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Andy, the bed goes up to the drawers (blocking them) and stops, so that floor space turns to "0". You still have to go over the bed to get to the closet if the slides are in.

Now what I don't know is if you can open the inner slide only, giving you some walking room to load or unload. The battery was dead on the one I looked at, or I might have tried it. It does have a separate switch for the inner slide.
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Brad - that's a nice arrangement compared to the opposing slides, as when the slides are closed we can't even get into the bedroom.
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Old 06-30-2014, 09:44 AM   #28
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Andy, the bed goes up to the drawers (blocking them) and stops, so that floor space turns to "0". You still have to go over the bed to get to the closet if the slides are in.

Now what I don't know is if you can open the inner slide only, giving you some walking room to load or unload. The battery was dead on the one I looked at, or I might have tried it. It does have a separate switch for the inner slide.

We have 2 switches so you don't have to use the slid-in-slide if you don't want to or if you're in too tight of space.
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Old 06-30-2014, 02:17 PM   #29
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Andy, the bed goes up to the drawers (blocking them) and stops, so that floor space turns to "0". You still have to go over the bed to get to the closet if the slides are in.

Now what I don't know is if you can open the inner slide only, giving you some walking room to load or unload. The battery was dead on the one I looked at, or I might have tried it. It does have a separate switch for the inner slide.
You can open either slide. So you can slide the wall or just the bed or both.
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That is pretty cool. Nice to have the flexibility.
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It's a better set up than the FL, as both our bedroom slides and kitchen go out together.
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Old 06-30-2014, 05:52 PM   #32
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We love our 36RL, but if we had the choice we would add the additional slide in the BR. We have the drawer in the sofa with the blow up bed and have no problem with the slide catching.
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Yep, it's sweeet. lots of room. Really love it. And yes, slides are independent. Handy if you are in one of those super tight spots and don't want to have your bed in your neighbors awning! LOL!
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Does Redwood have the corner on the slide-in-slide market?? I have never seen another. Talk about impressive! Especially in those tight camp spots when your inner slide mashes up against the Prevost next to you!
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I know this is a late question on this thread but I just joined and we are looking at the 36RL. We are even looking at used ones based there seems to be some great deals out there. My question is what year did they start doing the slide in slide and also based on your comment the 36RL slide in slide is only a queen size bed. If you do not have the slide in slide then can you fit (or retro fit) a king size bed in any of the 36RLs.
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I know this is a late question on this thread but I just joined and we are looking at the 36RL. We are even looking at used ones based there seems to be some great deals out there. My question is what year did they start doing the slide in slide and also based on your comment the 36RL slide in slide is only a queen size bed. If you do not have the slide in slide then can you fit (or retro fit) a king size bed in any of the 36RLs.
My 36rl has a king.
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Jerry,

Do you have the slide in slide in the bedroom?
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Do you have the slide in slide in the bedroom?
No, I was afraid it was just another place to leak. I wish I had gotten it, now. The bedroom is fine as is, but the extra 2 feet is nice.
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I have a 2012 36rl with the slide-in-slide and we love it. The extra space in the bedroom is very nice
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Is it a king size bed. I am 6' 6" and my wife is 6' so a queen size bed will never make it.
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