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Old 03-28-2012, 02:38 PM   #1
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JUST CHECKING TO SEE IF ANYONE HAS BOUGHT SOME KIND OF CENTER CONSOLE FOR THERE GEORGETOWN MOTORHOME.
I HAVE A 2012 GEORGETOWN AND I AM TRYING TO LOCATE A CONSOLE

THANKS BOB,
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Old 03-28-2012, 03:37 PM   #2
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Hey Bob, my 2007 doesn't have anything on the hump either. I haven't found anything tall enough that would work without needing to bend down to reach a cup or sunglasses etc. I'm thinking about just building my own, just looking for the time to do it. First project for this year is to get rid of my barrel chair and replace it with a euro-lounger with ottoman. No one ever sits in the barrel chair, it's just not comfortable and restricts the ability to turn the passenger seat around other than about 45 degrees.
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Old 03-29-2012, 10:14 AM   #3
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Hey Bob, my 2007 doesn't have anything on the hump either. I haven't found anything tall enough that would work without needing to bend down to reach a cup or sunglasses etc. I'm thinking about just building my own, just looking for the time to do it. First project for this year is to get rid of my barrel chair and replace it with a euro-lounger with ottoman. No one ever sits in the barrel chair, it's just not comfortable and restricts the ability to turn the passenger seat around other than about 45 degrees.
I think all of us Georgetown owners are looking for something like this.
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Old 03-29-2012, 01:06 PM   #4
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We have a 2010 378TS. Ours had a small, but virtually useless console with two cup holders----that's all---and it was low. Had to lean over to use it. I'm rather large at 6'3'-235 lbs. and have bad knees. The console just got in the way when entering the driver's seat.

Sooo, I removed it and used one of the cupholders in the passenger seat cupholder/shelf I built. On the dirver's side, I mounted a "fold-a-way" cup holder. Works just fine for us.

The flat area on the driver and passenger sides work as shelves for "other stuff"; sandwiches, chips, etc.
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I installed the fold-a-way cup holders to both side walls for the two front seats, just like "gartonhl" photographed on the driver's side. The original console is for junk stuff for the both of us that we don't use that often.
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