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Old 06-08-2005, 04:11 PM   #1
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Here are some shots I got of the Triton Coach frame. I was told that the roof that is laying on the ground will have a recessed well in it to hold the AC units. The slide outs look to be upside down, or they have windows at knee level.
The welder on the project said that only about half of the pieces were installed at this point.
It looks like the slides are opposite each other, but not super long. Lots of windows, and big ones at that. I think it has two doors, one near the front, and one near the back. They look really tall, the guy who is having this built, must be tall. The slides looked about 8' tall all by themselves. Is that normal? How tall are the ones in Bill's new coach? Seems strange.

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Old 06-08-2005, 09:37 PM   #2
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......how do you make these shots larger to see the woprk?...geofkaye
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Old 06-09-2005, 01:22 PM   #3
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My interior height 7'. I have been in rigs with 7 1/2' and don't like it. To high. It also puts the cabinets at a height that no one can reach. 8' would be crazy, but hey someone obviously wants that.

I really think Aluminum is the way to go for the future of conversions. You limit the dismiliar metal issue and no rust on those lower bins.

One issue could be weight or the lack of it. These rigs ride like crap unless they are weighted down.
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