Floorplans online?

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grizgrin

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Howdy. I am poking my nose intot he RV world, and whilst I am shopping around trying to get an idea of what I want in a used RV, I am having a problem finding floor plans online for some of the older ones. Does anyone have a website that spits out floor plans for various RV make and models? Thanks.
 

Kamper Dave

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I would check out Internet sites.
I think most manufactures will have an Internet link to their model floor planes such as Crossroads:      http://www.crossroadsrv.com/cruiser/floorplan.asp
Many of the RV dealers also list floor planes with the units that they have for sale: http://www.wanarv.com/rv/puma-5th-wheel.cfm

The DW's main concern was access to the kitchen and bedroom without the slides out. So when at Wal-Mart or a rest stop you have access to your RV without taking a chance of losing a slide to a passing vehicle or annoying Wal-Mart management.

Kamper Dave
 

grizgrin

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DW? I gotta ask...lol. Thanks for the links. Shoulda thought of the manufacturers. And that is a darn good concern, thanks for pointing that out.
 

avbrendan

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This site has some:

http://www.roamingtimes.com/traveltrailer/index.aspx
(although it's not that intuitive to me at least)

I looked at E-Bay Motors, Craigslist, and RV trader a lot, as well as looking at online dealership ads to try and get a better overall sense of floor plans and layouts. Spend a LOT of time going in and out of them in person whenever possible, too.

I doubt it will ever exist, but a wiki of RV floor plans that was cross indexed by manufacturer, line, style (5W, TT, TH), weight and floor plan type would be a valuable addition to the 'net.

Good luck!
 

driftless shifter

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on topic question.... do the letters after the length denote floorplan? if so, by manufacturer, or industry standard? meaning a 34c is the same whether fleetwood or winnie?
if they are standard what do they denote? c = center aisle, j = side aisle?
 

Alfa38User

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The designations are strictly those of a given manufacturer, each one is different. There may be a pattern for the manufacturer but it is likely only they know what that means.

Another spot to find a variety of them might be PPL  www.pplmotorhomes.com/
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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If you look around on the manufacturer web sites, somewhere there is likely to be a set of older brochures and/or floor plans. May be labeled "archive" or some such. I know Winnebago and Fleetwood have them, for example.

Tom Raper RV has many Tiffin floor plans back to around 2008 - http://www.tomraper.com/floorplan.php?manu=Tiffin
 

Joezeppy

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driftless shifter said:
on topic question.... do the letters after the length denote floorplan? if so, by manufacturer, or industry standard? meaning a 34c is the same whether fleetwood or winnie?
if they are standard what do they denote? c = center aisle, j = side aisle?

"Some" of the digits used in model designations are similar across many manufacturers and give you a good idea of the features. Example - our 27BHSS Travel Trailer has approximately 27' of living space, is a "Bunk House", and has a "Super Slide" (sofa and dinette). There are other common abbreviations - RL rear living room, FK front kitchen, etc.
 
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