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Old 02-22-2015, 12:51 PM   #43
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I know of someone who purchased the 25fb and had Airstream put in twins instead of the side queen. It was working perfectly for them!

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Old 02-22-2015, 01:43 PM   #44
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I would go for a thirty foot and be done with it you only live once


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Old 02-22-2015, 09:52 PM   #45
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I would go for a thirty foot and be done with it you only live once


Different people have different wants/needs....that's probably why AS makes so many models. It would be pretty boring if all they sold were 30's
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Old 05-13-2015, 09:33 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by cory_can View Post
Thanks for the input everyone. I guess this all boils down to all families/couples/campers/retirees having their own wants/needs, and space "requirements" are from an individuals perspective based on many criteria. For instance, if we were full-timing or travelling months per year I can see where aspects of the 27-31 class would be very beneficial. On the other extreme, if we didn't have a young child I could even see a 23' being an option. As I stated before the 25' length always felt right for our needs/uses but the 27' was only being considered due to the bed layout.

The twin thing is an interesting topic and we as a couple would never have even considered it before this discussion. However, the more we discuss it, the more it makes us.

The longer mattresses of Twins are a plus for me ...I'm 6'3"
Twins are wider than 1/2 a queen.
My wife didn't like the pop-up access to the queen storage...regardless of orientation.
The extra external storage is a huge bonus
The easier access to top inside storage
The bedroom dressing space is superior in the twin

Someone mentioned earlier how twins would be like having a roommate rather than being a married couple.....but co-ed roommate fantasies could be fun

Thanks again.
I swear it's like I'm wearing your shoes right now. The 25 is perfectly fine for us (another 40 and 30 yo couple) who like the absolutely cool design of the A/S plus the fact theres no motor to take care of. We are always used to sleeping together, fine with RV queens - looking at the twins and saying...hmmmmm..
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Old 05-13-2015, 07:23 PM   #47
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I agree as we have had both a 25' & 27' , just took delivery of our 30' 2015 Classic...

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