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Old 10-12-2020, 10:41 PM   #1
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Picking up new 2020 Hurricane 29m Friday

Assuming the unit passes our walkthrough inspection, our family will be leaving our old Windstar and taking the serious upgrade to a Hurricane 29m this Friday.

I do need a little help though please!

We are driving about 5 hours to get the new RV. Then we are spending the weekend at a state park enjoying the new coach.

We have a huge pass through on the old RV and we have it well stocked for a family of 4.

It looks like (on the non camp side) there is one small door and one big door that open the into the same large bay. Does that bay, or any other one, pass through to the other side

If anyone has a schematic of the size and depth of each bay that would be extremely helpful. I plan to scale back what we take so that we donít have space issues, but rain looks likely so I donít want to underpack.

Any advice or pics greatly appreciated!
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Old 10-12-2020, 11:07 PM   #2
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Assuming the unit passes our walkthrough inspection, our family will be leaving our old Windstar and taking the serious upgrade to a Hurricane 29m this Friday.

I do need a little help though please!

We are driving about 5 hours to get the new RV. Then we are spending the weekend at a state park enjoying the new coach.

We have a huge pass through on the old RV and we have it well stocked for a family of 4.

It looks like (on the non camp side) there is one small door and one big door that open the into the same large bay. Does that bay, or any other one, pass through to the other side

If anyone has a schematic of the size and depth of each bay that would be extremely helpful. I plan to scale back what we take so that we donít have space issues, but rain looks likely so I donít want to underpack.

Any advice or pics greatly appreciated!
Your outside kitchen takes up about 30 cuft of storage under the bedroom wardrobe. In my coach there are two small past through above the drive shaft about 5 inches high. You only have about 65 cuft of outside storage and most of that is aft of the rear wheels on the drivers side.
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Old 10-12-2020, 11:24 PM   #3
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Welcome to the forum, and congratations on your new RV.
Good luck during the PDI.
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Old 10-12-2020, 11:52 PM   #4
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Like it was mentioned, the pass thru is tight. The good news is that there is quite a bit of storage under the bed.

On my 2018 version, on the driver's side, there is a compartment that is larger than the rest. There are 2 separate compartment doors, but there is no internal barrier. It's the only compartment that my portable grill will fit into.

Best of luck to you.
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Old 10-13-2020, 05:07 PM   #5
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Thanks for the feedback and the info!
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