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OK, I've decided to go with a Barth. Now I need some advice from the experts here on the forum. I will be purchasing next year and I plan on living in it. I want a diesel pusher.
I'm thinking about at least a 32 ft. I will need closet space since I will still need to work. I'm looking for some advice/opinions on which coach would fill my needs.
 
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Mine has his and her closets. 38 feet long, wide body. Stay close to 38 or 40 feet maximum. You can still park at national and state parks. Over forty and you are probably required to go to a resort. Wait till you need not to work. HaHa

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Kevin
 
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Thx Kevin. I would like to stay 34' or shorter. I don't have another so currently I don't need that much closet space!
 
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Although only 28', mine has a full-size clothes closet. Additionally, the cabinets on either side of the bed have hanging rods, where shirts, pants, and shorts could be stored.

Don't dismiss the basement storage, where plastic drawer units could hold a lot of fabric stuff.


Rusty


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