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realdeal1003

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Posted: 09/06/20 09:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi guys. Does anyone know the exterior storage dimensions (cubic feet)of Lazy Daze class c motorhomes? I haven't been able to find anything on line for this info. Any and all info will be greatly appreciated. Thank You. Louie

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Posted: 09/06/20 09:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

http://www.lazydaze.com/

They have email contact addresses. Why not send them a note and ask?


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LD likes to try to hide that info. While their rigs have the GVWR they tend to lack the actual cargo compartments to haul larger items.

http://lazydazearticles.blogspot.com/2012/01/long-road-to-lazy-daze-part-3.html


""below info was copied from the above link""

""The 23.5’ offers plenty of cargo-carrying capacity; at my LD’s heaviest down-the-road weight of about 12,000 pounds, there’s still a ton (literally!) of capacity left on the 14050 pound capacity chassis. I’m sure that I could haul more “stuff” weight-wise, but finding a place to stow it is a problem; storage compartment space, especially for taller and/or bulky items, is limited on the 23.5’. The interiors of the main storage compartments measure about 12” high, and access to the areas away from the compartment door can be difficult. However, Lazy Daze has built the storage compartments as efficiently as the design of the 23.5’ TK allows; the compartment size and access is determined by the coach’s rear-couch layout and the maximum practical size of the storage compartment doors. Adjusting the cargo placement for best access is a matter of re-arranging things (and dumping all but the essentials!) until a convenient (or at least workable) solution is found; I’ve done this several times!

NB – The cargo capacities and storage compartment configurations (and wet weights) of each model vary; check Mothership for current specifications.""

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Posted: 09/07/20 09:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Configuration may be more important than total volume.


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