trailer is 26,000 lbs. The answer is twofold. Seriously - I'll make you a deal on a custom rig with or without my truck that you could not buy a new one for even close. The Magnum is great - the BMK, not so much. This assures full drainage of the tank, unlike many other vendors black tanks where the outlet is actually 1/4" to 1/2" above the floor line. In our case, instead of drawers under the cooktop we would have two doors (opening to the sides) with an adjustable shelve in the cabinet. It is about 3' deep, but can vary depending on the coach. I had an extra outlet and 12-volt power added to the upper cabinet by the door. The table is cherry to match the rest of the interior woodwork. The polyurethane on the bottom bedroom step hazed over and needed correction.
We started with two filters that we place outside, which are convenient for filter element changes. Generator is a 5500 watt Onan LP genset.
As is common in the industry, these penetrate the I-beam. On larger units up to 6,000 lbs carrying capacity. There are growing pains when producing any new line, and we knew that going into. It has the paint wrapped around the slide ends. It is easy to clean (far better than stainless) but the glass would be even better. All RVs are hand built. MCD motorized night/solar shades on every window in the living area, with manual solar shades throughout the rig. You can find most of the features, finishes and designs in another. The bathroom medicine cabinet has been redesigned on coaches with the larger bathroom.