I saw a thread somewhere that someone was asking what mods we had made on our Georgetowns. I don't seem to be able to find it so here are my mods.
The first night in our used GT was at 5 degrees F. There was a cold draft on our heads from the bedroom window. So DW made a padded thingy attached at the top with velcro and stuffed under the mattress. (pic)
I didn't like the 4" short bed so I got a 4" piece of soft foam and tucked it in front of the mattresss. Fits inside the st'd queen sheet and the wardrobe slide has no problem compressing it.
Then, I made 12" square blocks to support the jacks. Have handles so I can position and retrieve with awning pole. Sandwiched 2x6's between 1/2" plywood. Keeps the jacks out of the sand and reduces jack travel. (pic)
I also turned the shower handles around so my pudgy fingers can get a grip easier. 20 mins tops, all finger tight fittings.
Didn't like the right leaning drivers seat so I loosened the 2 right bolts and added a couple of wood shims to level it. Works great...
We recovered the dinette seats with "Sea Ray" marine vinyl so we could slide across them easier.
I permanently attached the dinette table to the wall and strengthened it so it wouldn't wobble and is now level.
Life is a journey, not a destination.
2005 Georgetown 359ts
Bill & Virginia, Kentucky
Nights camped in 2011...78 , 2012...73,
Nights camped in 2013...123, 2014 ...101