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Old 07-31-2012, 10:11 PM   #21
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We have a 36RE & mostly store lighter items there. Our last trailer was smaller so we are not use to this much room. We also aren't full timers so many items are not stored in the 5er. I like the cabinet by the door for refreshments. A repair monkey would be handy though . .Edited by: Lawr&Moe
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Our 36RE has a good deal of storage - more than most. We wish we would have ordered our unit instead of buying off the lot. We would have deleted the rear side windows next to the TV and added storage along side the TV. We would have deleted the window over the bed as I am a day sleeper 4 months out of the year. We would have deleted the larger window over the dining table and a smaller window next to the table. We would have added overhead cabinets over the smaller windows. Full timing has taught us how important and precious storage is.

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We love our RL - especially the large windows in the rear and next to the dining table. All the windows make it so light and pleasant. Seems like an excellent balance between sunlight and storage.



Recently we arrived at an oceanside campground, and when we opened the blinds on our rear and rear-side windows,we had a week-long 270 degree view of the Maine ocean!



We are not full-timers, so most of our overhead cabinets are empty - there is just soo much storage. It would be a shame to reduce window size just to further increase storage.



If I had thought of it,I would have ordereda small crank-out window between the bathroom sink and medicine cabinet.



Overall, we wouldn't change a thing. Let the sun shine in!!Edited by: 5th_Time
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