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Old 03-24-2009, 03:14 AM   #1
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Hi there. I purchased a ST31QH, and am happy with it so far, looking forward to really putting it to use this year.



Anyway, I often see people in different forums asking for TT recommendations. Many are for a quality smaller, but roomy, light TT that sleep a lot of ppl in a pinch. Like everyone, they want it all! I want to recommend the ST24BH, but I do not understand the layout pic.



http://www.crossroadsrv.com/line/fp_...&fp=ST24BH



Can anyone who has seen one comment on the couch and queen bed in the front of the unit? Does the couch fold down to become part of the queen bed?Does it fold out into a seperate sleep are, near but not part of the queen bed? Do you climb over the couch to get to the queen bed?





Thanks to anyone who can clear this up!



Edit: The floor plan says "fold over sofa" and "queen bed with sofa", so my guess is that the sofa folds down, and the sofa is then the bottom part of the bed, where your feet would go when using the bed. The sofa therefore is not additional sleeping area. Could anyone verify?



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Old 03-24-2009, 05:51 AM   #2
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I'm pretty sure I saw this model at a dealer last summer and what you describe in your edit is correct. Have seen this configuration on other manufacturers as well.
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Old 04-06-2009, 03:47 AM   #3
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I've been reading on the ST24BH as a possible replacement for us. From the photos I've seen, yes the queen bed folds towards the front of the camper, revealing the sofa underneath. We don't have a local dealer that I'm aware of, so I haven't looked in person.

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Old 05-02-2009, 03:29 PM   #4
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Hey folks - as happy owners of one of the first 24BH - yes the queen bed folds about 1/3 of the way from the foot to reveal the 2 seat couch underneath. The couch itself folds flat and has flip down storage compartment in front.

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This thread has become the Sofa Spamposting spot- it's almost like flypaper!!
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Official spam thread. Hey maybe we should just relax on our new sofas and watch the infomercials.
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Whenever we need to buy new furniture we look around for the shops were we could easily find some good furniture at low prices. This is mostly happening when we move from an apartment to another or changing the d├ęcor or the setting of the home. The most important thing in furniture after beds is sofas. When we're out to buy some new furniture we are mostly looking for cheap sofas. Buying something that is low in price in high in quality is a real art. But, just by following some little steps anybody could be the artist who could buy high quality things at lower prices.

Look around if anyone from the family or friends have an extra sofa in the home and looking to sold it out. By making some reasonable offer of them you can buy a cheap sofa from there. Another best way to buying cheap is garage sale. Look around in the neighbors if anybody is up for selling furniture. For buying cheap sofa you can also search online if anybody you do not know in person would help you in this regard. There are websites that allow people to sell their items. It is much more a cheap sofas sale you can also bargain on the price.

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