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Old 01-25-2011, 11:10 AM   #1
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Georgetown 330TS versus 330F

After looking around the web, I found a number of Georgetown 330F models for sale. They all appear to be 2010 model year.

Turns out WE may actually have one when all along, I thought we had a 330TS. Ours is presently at the dealer for warranty work, so I can't confirm.

Does anyone else possibly have one of these? When I look at the floorplans for the Georgetowns, we have the 330TS layout, EXCEPT for the bathtub shown as being neo-angle. In fact, our bathroom layout is exactly as shown in the 341DS model from the Georgetown VE models, with a 24"X36" rectangular tub. I haven't measured ours with a tape measure, so I don't even know what actual length of RV we have.
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Old 01-25-2011, 03:08 PM   #2
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I have a 2010 330TS, but paper work said 330F. We also have the rect. tub in which we removed the shower doors and put up curved shower curtain rod, with curtain, for elbow room. Also removed the booth and replaced with round table and chairs.
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Old 01-25-2011, 07:46 PM   #3
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Our unit has been at the dealer longer than we've owned it. Warranty work for fridge, counter top, cuts in vinyl floor, and they're keeping it for winterization and storage. Not sure why the confusion between the 330TS and 330F.

We insisted on them removing the barrel chair and swapping it for the matching leather recliner and stool.......we didn't care about losing a seat belt positon. The barrel chair wouldn't offer a good viewing seat while going down the road anyway. That being said, ever seen a seatbelt for a person seated backwards if the unit has a dinette setup?

Not sure if we may make the same mod for the shower doors yet. Haven't used it enough times. Did you change out the dinette for table and chairs for a particular reason? Does it now seat 2 or 4 people?

Just thinking out loud .............but been thinking about installing a Dimplex fireplace unit in position of the drawers underneath where the main televsion is located........only if the DW doesn't need the storage space.
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I have a Georgetown as well and I've been complaining about the lack of elbow room in the shower. What has stopped me from ripping out the doors is I can't come up with an idea that will cover up the screw holes and still be half attractive.

What did you do Arky?
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Old 01-28-2011, 05:28 PM   #5
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When we were looking at motorhomes, we did not want a really big one, and the 330TS was laid out just like we wanted except for table and chairs. When we have company for supper, we move the table out in the middle of the kitchen floor and 4 can sit around it easyly. So we took out booth and I made a frew mods to it and gave it to my daughter who uses it in her home schooling of my grandson. As for taking out the shower doors, I used some of the plastic stuff you use on your wall to hide wires and cables. Can be painted if needed. We really like our 330TS so far, we have a little over 7000 miles on it. By the way, I would left the booth in if it was up to me, but DW wanted it out. The shower mod was a must for us.
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Old 01-28-2011, 05:55 PM   #6
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wow!

I would love to see a pic of the booth modification. DW hates ours...

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Bill, I will try to get a picture of our table and chairs for you.
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Thanks for the info Arky...
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Old 01-31-2011, 05:35 PM   #9
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Ok here goes. I will try to post some pictures of table and chairs and shower curtain.
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Arky............quick question

What's in the box (looks like it's carpeted) located under the chair closest to the stairs?
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