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Title: Tip out/ slide out side?
Post by: JoeysDad on August 21, 2017, 05:17:37 PM
I'm a new owner to a pop up camper with a slide out dinette.  When reserving campsites, I notice that some say the tip out (or slide out) needs to be on the right side.  Is that the same as the passenger side as it's being towed, or would it be the driver's side if you're facing the camper from the front?  Just don't want to reserve a spot that our camper won't work in. 

Thanks!
Title: Re: Tip out/ slide out side?
Post by: donn on August 21, 2017, 05:23:53 PM
By that I would take it to mean curb side.  Having said that I have never ever heard of a camp site saying something like that.  I would have to assume your looking at a parking lot.  Sites jambed to close together as to be unuseable.
Title: Re: Tip out/ slide out side?
Post by: Rene T on August 21, 2017, 05:44:19 PM
By that I would take it to mean curb side.  Having said that I have never ever heard of a camp site saying something like that.  I would have to assume your looking at a parking lot.  Sites jambed to close together as to be unuseable.

I too have never seen or heard of anything like that. Even where I go to a local fair where the RV's are packed in there like sardines, they have lines painted in the grass and your slide out can't overhang the line.
Title: Re: Tip out/ slide out side?
Post by: Joezeppy on August 22, 2017, 08:09:03 AM
X3 "never heard of that before". I've never seen a camper/coach with a slide on the awning/curb side and not on the sewer/driver's side.