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Old 06-09-2014, 12:53 PM   #41
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We'll have little swivel type tables that have pegs and drop into the arms. Working on where to store them right now.

All that wood framing will add more weight than we would like.
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Old 06-09-2014, 12:57 PM   #42
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I see. That would be great to see photos eventually.
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Old 06-10-2014, 10:59 AM   #43
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We're big fans of those slender cabinets where tables or TVs pop out of in a small RV, really like Roberto's cabinet too. Wondering if they could even do something more lightweight if they were afraid of the weight factor. Solera's are beautiful RV's and are also more affordable compared to some I've seen, which is another reason we're leaning towards one. We do talk to many people. Sorry if I've been annoying!
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If the recliners are a prototype, is there any time frame at all for when they might be available? Are there 1 or 2 sofa options currently available for the 24S, and I assume they both offer sleeping conversion? I asked the dealership, but didn't receive a reply? Are outdoor speakers, ent. centers, or little camp kitchens in the pipeline? If not, why is that the case?
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:08 PM   #45
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1. recliners would only give you (2) seat belts. On your other post it appears you need 3.
2. There is only 1 sofa option on the 24S. 3 seat belts.
3. Outdoor speakers are being looked at. outside TV takes away from sink cabinet space..its a trade off. We do offer an outside grill with quick connect. (comes on a stand).

Not a ton you can offer on the sprinter. Its a lightweight chassis and the more you add the less you can take.
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:16 PM   #46
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...3. Outdoor speakers are being looked at. outside TV takes away from sink cabinet space..its a trade off. ...
I've seen TV's hung on rails like the RVQ or Sidekick use. Might one of those work without impacting cabinet space?
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Sure can. We used to use them and then as the TV's got bigger no one wanted to carry them outside. Plus that same bracket inside, would rattle.

We were the first ones to do an outside TV on a bracket like that back in 2006 or 2007?
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Personally I use my solera for camping so outside tv useless
I use a wonderful jbl Bluetooth speaker lasts 10hr on a charge and I don't disturb my neighbor


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Sure can. We used to use them and then as the TV's got bigger no one wanted to carry them outside. Plus that same bracket inside, would rattle.

We were the first ones to do an outside TV on a bracket like that back in 2006 or 2007?

Wouldn't have to do the same bracket inside. Install the inside one as normal, and sell them an additional outside one you hang on a rail as an optional add on. I.e. 2 TVs.

And yes, TVs got bigger, but then they got lighter, so when someone used to not like carrying it outside, it might not be so bad nowadays.

Edit: correcting autocorrect.

Edit2: optional idea, just sell an outdoor tv prep as an add-on. Provide VESA bracket, rail, Coax connection point and 110v plug. Let them provide their own TV in a weight/size they prefer.


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