I have absolutely no experience with RVs -- but I'm interested to learn.Seems to me there would be problems asssociated with slide outs. I can't anticipate what exactly all the problems might be ... but more slides mean more moving parts and more things that can go wrong. (What are the actual problems? Rain leaks? Crooked mechanisms, so that the slide is impossible to slide?) Do they also have a downside when they are "in" rather than "out"?Do all recent recent class C's have slide outs? I suppose the positive thing about slides is that they allow more room. But what is this room usually used for? Sleeping areas? RVs are known to have limited living quarters and, it seems to me, that is just something to come to grips with and not to try to "fix" with slides.culcha
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