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Old 01-19-2015, 12:46 PM   #11
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Will,
I'm wondering if we can get the fold out table too, who did you contact at FR to get the cup holder console, because that would be awesome!
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Old 01-19-2015, 02:31 PM   #12
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I really like the cup holder/console they are now putting in the 2015's. I have ordered one for ours, wasn't cheap, but really needed. Also like the side shelf on the driver's side and the fold out table on the passenger side.

Hey bud I was trying to order one as well. Can I ask how much. And did you order through a dealer or straight from Forest river.


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Old 01-19-2015, 02:44 PM   #13
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Tried to order from the factory, but was told that parts now have to be ordered thru the dealer. Part, including shipping was $186 and will be shipped to our home.
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Old 01-19-2015, 03:15 PM   #14
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Our is the 37.8 with 3 slides, the problem with the TV up front is you really twist your neck, I wish they would do a L shape couch, Our coach has a island in the kitchen I really love it, and love the king size bed.
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Old 01-19-2015, 10:46 PM   #15
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Good to know, thanks Will!
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Old 01-19-2015, 11:21 PM   #16
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Nice rig and a good price.
Easy to make up the king bed. We put the slides out, grab the mattress and pull it out a couple of feet. Make up the bed and push the whole mattress back in. Takes about 5 mins. Just enough room on either side to get in and out.
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Old 01-20-2015, 12:45 PM   #17
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I had some free time yesterday so I sung by LazyDays to see what they had in inventory....They had a 2015 Georgetown 364TS which I had never seen the model or floor plan before.

It is a bunkhouse model on the Georgetown chassis. the thing I found interesting is that it was a King bed model with two full baths, one at mid ship, and one in the rear. The bunks seemed a bit shorter than in the 351, 352, or 350. the King bed seemed HUGE in the Master, with very little room to move around, but from the kitchen forward it looked a lot like a 351.










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I too stopped by LazyDays a couple if weeks ago Laid down in the bed of the 364. It is a king from side to side at 72", however it is only 74" long. I have a much longer bed at 80" in my class C. Have been looking at a Class A replacement and it is funny that most class As have a smaller bed than our Class C. The 364 as most if the Georgetowns are now off the list. Before you buy makes sure you know the real bed size if comfort matters to you.


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Old 01-20-2015, 01:00 PM   #18
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our king is also short, so I placed 2 of the body pillows at the head of the bed, that brings the mattress out extra inches, it's perfect, also added memory foam. The mattress is called a short king.
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We took delivery of our new 364TS last Monday and our doing our shakedown this weekend testing everything out. The TV in front does swing out, which makes it viewable from the bunk over the front seats, also there is a usable cabinet behind it which we are using as pantry.
The 2 full baths also has 2 hot water heaters, and 2 furnaces. And a cabinet in the masterbath for a combo washer/dryer. We have a 5 and 8 year olds who love the bunks, TV/DVD players work well. The 22 cu ft residential frig seems a bit of overkill but I'm sure we'll find it useful, we are transitioning out of a 34' V-Lite with a small propane/electric frig.

The only issue I'm having so far is the wiper blades. They don't seem to pressing hard enough on the windshield, nice wide (about a foot) area in center of wiper not touching the glass at all. Is there a secret to making the spring hold the wiper tighter to the glass?
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Old 02-22-2015, 02:25 PM   #20
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We compared the 351 and the 364 and ended up putting a deposit down on the 364 yesterday. With 4 kids under 8 yrs old, the 2nd bath was the ultimate selling point. However, we also liked the fact that the rear slide-out slides out a little further creating more space between the foot of the bed and the wardrobe space. Again, a nice feature for our situation, but there isn't a lot of space on the sides of the king bed. The 2nd bathroom also has washer/dryer hook-ups. We anticipate the possibility of living in our Georgetown in the future, so that's a nice feature, but it's certainly not a selling point for everyone. However, that space is taken up by shelving, which gives the 364 a lot of good, usable storage space.


Regarding the placement of the t.v., I was told that is the new placement in the Georgetown models now. The TV pulls out with cupboard space behind it.


The 364 is a couple feet longer too.
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