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Old 11-18-2013, 12:27 PM   #1
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More Furniture in 2012 378TS

We have changed a lot of stuff in out Georgetown to meet our needs during traveling.
Here is a picture of our new desk next to our double recliners.
The roll top desk was found on Craigslist for $180 and it fit perfectly.
The dimensions were 34" wide, 22" deep and 43" high
I mounted to the slide floor with a few angle brackets.
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:40 PM   #2
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Really nice, Iggy!
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:45 PM   #3
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Really nice, Iggy!
Thanks
I know most say whey have a desk. When we travel we go for long periods of time and we need a desk to use the computer on as well as a writing table. The dining table usually gets filled up with stuff and it has to be moved before dinner. The best thing is more storage and less wasted space. The desk is much lighter than it looks.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:01 PM   #4
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Iggy,
What a SUPER fantastic looking improvement of your Motorhome interior. Great improvement of interior. I have a 2007 370TS and I am considering removing sofa-bed and built in dinette and replacing with a rocker-recliner and folding table attached to side wall and folding chairs (or some type cabinet for computer with folding table and folding chairs. Great idea looking outside RV catalogs for this furniture!
Question: I notice when my furnace is on the heat coming out of floor grate is about 53 degrees warmer than interior. Inside was 71 degrees inside and furnace was putting out about 125 degrees measured with laser temperature measuring instrument.
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Looks great---what happened to the chair?
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Old 11-19-2013, 03:05 PM   #6
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Looks great---what happened to the chair?
I still have the Euro Chair and plan to keep it.
I will have it in the MH when I do short trips. (3 or 4 days)
On longer trips like a month or more I will carry it along for and extra seal between the drivers and passengers seat. Just not sure where it will be while driving.
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In my 350 the chair is behind the other seat, but not on the wall because the heater is there. My DW sits in sometimes when we travel.
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Looking Good Iggy, do you know the weight of the two recliners? I would like to take the sofa/sleeper out but need something there for company or grands.
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Looking Good Iggy, do you know the weight of the two recliners? I would like to take the sofa/sleeper out but need something there for company or grands.

All I can tell you that the double recliner was much less than the sleeper couch I removed. It actually has a mattress and not a blow up one.
Before I screwed it to the floor I easily moved it around by myself without much effort.
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I like the desk. We miss the desk we had in the fifth wheel.
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