Reader Poll: How many slideouts on your RV?

Is your RV sliding about everywhere you look, or do you have no slideout at all? That’s our question this week. The current tally of responses will appear after you vote.

So how many slides ya got on that rig of yours?


23 Thoughts to “Reader Poll: How many slideouts on your RV?”

  1. Summrbrz

    We have four on our Monaco compared to only one on our former Holiday Rambler. What a wonderful difference!

  2. Bill

    2008 Southwind 2 Slides
    Had a few problems a first.
    Took it to the Factory in Coburg, Ore. $ hrs later all works fine.

  3. Mary Ann

    We tried one night camping without extending our 3 slide outs on our 2005 Winnabago Voyage. So cramped and uncomfortable for us and our dog.

  4. Dan C

    Three slides on our Dutchstar. No issues……so far.

  5. Jack Gilliam

    NONE. One less thing to cause problems..

  6. J French

    I have 2 on a Jayco 32RLDS but 1 is strictly an outdoor kitchen.
    Since we are only 2 plus a Yorkie, & the Jayco is used 1 week a month average the amount of room is sufficient but would have liked another slide making a larger bedroom.

  7. Jillie

    None. But I wish I had one for extra room. Although I like it the way it is.

  8. Melba

    I have 3 slides that has not given me any trouble. I have a 40 ft 2014 Big Horn.

  9. Dan

    We have six slides on our Montata fifth wheel. Finally everything has a place.

  10. Connie

    We have a 37′ Fleetwood with 3 slide out. We just completed our summer fling of 6730 miles and no major issues. We bought the 2006 rig used and love everything about it.

  11. Edward Carl Knack

    None and I want to keep it that way!

  12. David

    1999 National RV 37′ Tradewinds with one slide (galley and couch on driver’s side). We purchased an older Class A in 2015 to avoid having a bedroom slide. Also didn’t want any slides on the passenger side. Got exactly what we want and have been very happy with it.

  13. ron

    Current motor home has 2 slide outs

  14. Jim

    Current motorhome that we are trying to sell has no slides, our new one will have two slides


    Went from a Class A to a Class C. With opposing slides up front plus a bedroom slide, our smaller Smaller C feels like a Class A when parked, but has the nimble feel when on the road.
    Happy with Jayco quality & had zero problems with slides.

  16. Dennis

    The three slides in our old 03 Dutchstar have not skipped a beat since day one. Have seen a few nightmares parked next to us though.

  17. Wolfe

    My first trailer, 23′ with no slides because I didn’t want the complexity…

    Current trailer, 35′ with two super-slides on the same side, which together are almost full-length. Deployed, this trailer is just slightly bigger than my first apartment, and a lot nicer.

  18. Billy Whitley

    Just had a bolt to break on the bedroom slide. Took it to Tom Johnson Camping World where I bought it two years ago. Repair was $900. Took less than three hours to fix, but had to leave it four days. Parts were $155 for two new cables and bolts. Service desk very non courteous. Things should last longer than two years. Warranty had just expired.

  19. Judy G

    I had a fifth wheel with 3 slides, all of which leaked and rotted out the floors. Now I have a Class C with NO slides.

    1. Glenda

      I had the same experience, Judy. I now have a Class C with NO slides and wouldn’t want it any other way.

  20. bob aikmAN

    The worst slideout ever invented is the nighmare called Swhwinn bu Lipperrt waht a piese of junk never works right and they wont stand behind it atall

  21. Mike Whelan

    2 sliders, one 18 foot and one 12 foot

  22. Terry

    We have one 18 foot slide on drivers side. Works off hydraulics and cables with power locking tabs at top of slide and slide topper . Never has given us trouble. Motorhome is a 2000 .

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