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Old 07-13-2006, 06:41 PM   #1
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Re the opening from cockpit to cabin do you find your guests sitting in cockpit and sleeper portion seats while driving or stopped...?

How does the chair on the right side work? do passengers sit there while driving or is inside the sleeper better...? anyone have seatbelts besides the two buckets in the cockpit?

Your layout looks really cool. it's like you could put the kids up front and have the adults in the rear when parked that is..., like two seperate rooms that are open to each other...

with all the seating, where do people sit? what's the most comfortable while driving or parked?

is the joint between the cockpit and cabin solid or is there a flexible boot between the two?

do you wish you had lower side windows in the sleeper?

does it have air ride?

would you have a picture showing the drivers side with the slide retracted?

did you start with a new or used chassis?

what's the length and GVWR?

would like to hear about your conversion.
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