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Old 04-04-2016, 04:53 PM   #11
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Thanks,no fan changes for the near future , pending boondocking trip corncerns . Next mods will be Bilsteins all around and Roadmaster reflex steering stabilizer. Stock shocks are not the best IMO.
You will not be disappointed with the Bilsteins (I changed fronts only) and the Reflex.
Rig tracks MUCH better now- no jounce on the transitions either.

Did you dell the old dinette?
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Old 04-04-2016, 08:03 PM   #12
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That's what attracted us too - the length is more to our liking, and we like the layout overall. The bath is a tad tighter than our old Four Winds, but best of all, it was on the Chevy chassis.

We have lots of mods as well. Look for my posts here in the Sunseeker category.
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Old 04-04-2016, 09:48 PM   #13
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You will not be disappointed with the Bilsteins (I changed fronts only) and the Reflex.
Rig tracks MUCH better now- no jounce on the transitions either.

Did you dell the old dinette?
Eric, did you mean sell ? No , not yet. The dinette is stacked up in our shed awaiting photos. In our old 5thwheel , we sold the couch that I took out , in two days. On the Bilsteins ,I figure to change all four now ,and not worry about it later.
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German, I agree with others--very nice mod. Can you give more info on the chairs. I haven't found them on Amazon. Perhaps they are no longer available? Thanks.
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Sorry Geeman. Spell checker got me and I didn't proof.
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Sorry Geeman. Spell checker got me and I didn't proof.
We searched the big box stores w/ no luck. I struggled w/ the reviews on Amazon .I don't think some people can follow written directions.I also lubricated the reclining tracks,they needed it. There isn't a lot recliners available for a fair price. Good luck !
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Eric, did you mean sell ? No , not yet. The dinette is stacked up in our shed awaiting photos. In our old 5thwheel , we sold the couch that I took out , in two days. On the Bilsteins ,I figure to change all four now ,and not worry about it later.
Yeah sorry- I meant "sell".
I sold mine in 1 day on Craiglist.

I see they now have an option for a couch.
I would have chosen that at the time if it was available- although the recliners do have a little more versatility and can be angled to watch TV better.
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Yeah, we had a couch in our 5th wheel , no individual freedom of movement . The couch went by-by & we never looked back.The 2250 is built for two. Recliners is the way to go for two people. . Reclining after of a day of hiking or @ the beach is perfect !
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Very nice we have a Sunseeker 2300 we ordered a sofa no dinette it does make a BIG difference 
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