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Old 02-26-2006, 07:29 AM   #1
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Correct way to identify position on camper

Is there a uniform way to identify right side or left side on the camper? Ususally on a car it is driver/passenger side or when facing towards the front of the car, it is right/left. Just thought that would make it easier when identifying problems (especially windows)
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"Curb side" and "street side".
Curb side is the door side of the trailer.
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We use the terms, "curb side" and "street side". The entry door on my Airstream is "curb side".
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While "curb side" and "street side" are the more common terms, these being Land Yachts, I suppose you could also refer to it in nautical terms... "port" and "starboard"... after all, they do have bulkheads, galleys, and heads...

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