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Old 02-09-2013, 02:14 PM   #21
Debbie Asher
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We just bought the 3900FB and had it at Quartzsite, It is a fantastic floor plan. There are still some things that we want to do but getting a washer and dryer isn't one of them right now. Can't wait to see your pictures of the stackable.
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:00 PM   #22
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My wife and I really looked hard at the new 3900FB, but in the end, we felt it compromised too much of the living space as well as the kitchen counter, so we decided to go with the 3625RE instead. It's all a matter of preference.
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Old 02-18-2013, 04:59 AM   #23
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Sue and I got a chance to see the new 3900 floor plan at an RV show this weekend and this what we have noted:

1) Front bath is nice but the sinks are too small and under the cabinets so much that youcannot get your head under the cabinet and over the sink.

2) The front closet looses a lot with the w/d install and if you have a leak or flood....oh boy...

3) The half bath takes up too much room in the kitchen, takes away cabinets and counterspace. The half bath would have better suited as a utility room with the w/d hook up and pantry cabinets.

4) With the kitchen pushed to the rear you loose more living room space. The rear cabinet/ entertainment center is nice with the pull out desk and drawers.

5) The new cherry finish and frameless windows are sweet.

6) The extra storage under the bed with cedar is great.

Overall very nice unit but we feel not as well suited for full timing as some of the other plans but everyones needs are different.

I think we still prefer the new updated 3582rl.


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Old 02-18-2013, 05:07 AM   #24
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Sue and I got a chance to see the new 3900 floor plan at an RV show this weekend and this what we have noted:

1) Front bath is nice but the sinks are too small and under the cabinets so much that youcannot get your head under the cabinet and over the sink.

2) The front closet looses a lot with the w/d install and if you have a leak or floor.....oh boy...

3) The half bath takes up too much room in the kitchen, takes away cabinets and counterspace. The half bath would have better suited as a utility room with the w/d hook up and pantry cabinets.

4) With the kitchen pushed to the rear you loose more living room space. The rear cabinet/ entertainment center is nice with the pull out desk and drawers.

5) The new cherry finish and frameless windows are sweet.

6) The extra storage under the bed with cedar is great.

Overall very nice unit but we feel not as well suited for full timing as some of the other plans but everyones needs are different.

I think we still prefer the new updated 3582rl.


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