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Old 02-22-2015, 02:01 PM   #51
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We have been the happy owners of a 2007 Sunseeker 2860 since last May. It has 12,000 miles on it. Love it and are ready to roll out. Our goals before we head to Nashville in April are to replace the couch w a love seat recliner, work on the tv and unwinterize it.
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Old 02-22-2015, 02:12 PM   #52
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We have been the happy owners of a 2007 Sunseeker 2860 since last May. It has 12,000 miles on it. Love it and are ready to roll out. Our goals before we head to Nashville in April are to replace the couch w a love seat recliner, work on the tv and unwinterize it.

Have you found a recliner? Where did you get it and how are you going to mount it to the floor? I want to do the same thing this summer in our 3010. Just looking for any tips. Thanks in advance for any replies?



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Old 02-22-2015, 03:08 PM   #53
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Rekwiat. No, we are still searching for a recliner. Luckily, we have a mom and pop local rv guy that can bolt it down for us.
Yesterday, we saw one in a Solitude Grand A that might work. The salesman said he thought it was made by Lane. I haven't found it online yet. Still looking.
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Old 02-22-2015, 03:16 PM   #54
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We've had one or two issues with the PUP, but nothing that couldn't/can't be fixed and nothing that kept us home when we wanted to camp.
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Old 02-22-2015, 03:33 PM   #55
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1500 miles and no major problems, except badly needed realignment. Drives much better now after alignment.

1. Removed mattress and laid carpet above front seats.
2. Lowered TV 6' and cut mount arm into 3 pieces and hinged pieces so
arm articulated around against slide.
3. Mounted 20 x 20 x 20 freezer above passenger seat.
4. Replaced kitchen faucet with tall pull-out sprayer.
5. Reversed plywood on bed so hinge is 2' from slide wall and put air
assist cylinders so 3/4 of bed top lifts and stays up.
6. Made 3' x 3' additional storage box under bed.
7. Replaced clothes racks with new wood rods and made shelves above rods.
8. Installed valve around water filter so fresh tank can be filled without
using water hose.

Really like the coach now.

J. V.

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Could you expand on item 8, the water work around. Where I park at home is pretty easy to get to my city water but it requires a second hose to fill my fresh water before launch. This would be a great time saver for me..... So...?
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