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Old 05-26-2014, 05:31 PM   #11
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Old 05-26-2014, 05:33 PM   #12
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Do not like my queen sleep number. There is a bar runs the middle

Would like to put in adjustable bed...bit haven't found the way yet

Wish the bedroom wS just a hair bigger,
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Old 05-26-2014, 05:35 PM   #13
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How do you like that fan you added in the bedroom?
Like the clock also in the bedroom after removing curtains.
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Old 05-26-2014, 06:20 PM   #14
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I really like the day night over the drapes. Neater look.

The fan is just hung on the inside of the open small cupboard door. We like the air movement. During the day. We keep the a/c on 65 and move the air to the front....then hopefully don't have to run the front ac. I can't stand the noise. Hard to hear tv, etc

It takes awhile...this is 3rd year in this coach. I have two different friends who just purchased a Journey 36M and 34B.....wouldn't trade them even up. The opposing slides we have are perfect!
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Old 05-26-2014, 07:35 PM   #15
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Wow Iggy, your coach is no longer an RV...It's a house! Must hide your pictures from DW.
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Old 05-26-2014, 08:09 PM   #16
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Georgetown 2012 378TS. ...would like some discussuin

We have a 2013 378 xl
Added a home theater surround sound with blue ray, blue tooth and wireless
Added larger living room smart tv (42")because the toshiba (40") failed after 1 week
Added satellite connections in lower cargo bin for all HD equipment that I installed
Added wireless HDMI connections in the coach so all TVs are now HD
Added LED lights in all of the cabinets
Added LED lighting to the outside under right hand slide out
Added central vacuum
Added memory foam to both beds
Added combo W/D
Added oxygenics shower head
Added Progressive Industries electrical protector
Future plans are rear track bar, CHF, pantry modification

The down side
Third set of steps in less than 10 months (all Lippert)
Replaced door because the spring would not keep the door from flying open and bending the door frame and the bottom hinge
Hydraulic hose not tightened at front right jack so lost a little fluid
Alignment (caster, camber and toe in we're way off)
Molding around front windshield was not installed properly. Allowed water to seep in

Forrest River has been wonderful at all repairs
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Old 05-27-2014, 08:23 AM   #17
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I Iggy,

All them improvements look great, we also like to remove the couch and install two easy boy chairs. Just wondering do I have to take the couch apart to get it thru the door, does the back of it come off, and do I have to separate the bed part from the couch to move it? I found out that I can pull it straight out it is not even screwed down to the floor.
on another subject we have carpet in the living room and we would like to change that to laminated floor has anybody done that and how hard is that?
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Old 05-27-2014, 08:37 AM   #18
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I Iggy,

All them improvements look great, we also like to remove the couch and install two easy boy chairs. Just wondering do I have to take the couch apart to get it thru the door, does the back of it come off, and do I have to separate the bed part from the couch to move it? I found out that I can pull it straight out it is not even screwed down to the floor.
on another subject we have carpet in the living room and we would like to change that to laminated floor has anybody done that and how hard is that?
Yes it has to be semi broken down to get thru the doorway.
I had the sleeper couch with the real mattress. My couch came apart.
Lift the read back and it should come off. It seems it is just sitting in a wedge so it came off easy.
After that I removed the mattress then unscrewed the metal bedframe from the sides. This may not be needed to be done but if you are by yourself this helps reduce the weight dramatically.
Here is a picture of the couch I took apart and sold on Craigslist to someone who needed a sleeper couch.
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PSGrandpa1 How did you attached the table to the floor and where did you get the table?
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wrapperman Where did you get the wireless HDMI and what did you buy? I want to connect my Dish box to the 3 TVs. Thanks
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