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Old 03-22-2015, 10:12 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by Badger View Post
Well, after reading the discussion here, it seems that instead of insulating the exterior to try and save a few inches on the interior, it would be just as much time, work, and money to instead build in some awesome slide outs. That's my take away anyhow. Waay more space for just as much PITA. Also, there are people who have actually done it before so there is some frame of reference.
However, to build decent size slide out's, you need to lift the roof 24 inches.

Now you have the best of everything.

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