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Old 07-29-2012, 12:15 PM   #11
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A level. Problem is, I am bad about taking it out of the trailer when working around the house and forgetting to put it back. Usually have to end up borrowing one from a camping buddy.

I keep saying I will buy some stick on bubble levels, but never have.

I also took my Sewer Solution from my old trailer to the new one (and will always own one of these as long as RV's have their current dumping system).

Trailer wise (see pic):

A must have for me was the toilet not being in a confined little room, and was one of the main reasons I chose the trailer I did.

I thought I wanted/needed a free standing dinette table, but would probably now opt for a built-in with the benefit of hindsight. You have to strap the legs of the chairs together before/after traveling, which is a pain. The extension eave on the table is also bad about sliding out during traveling, if not fastened in somehow.

My trailer also came with a couple of bar stools, which in reality are in the way. They are sitting in the corner of the garage.

That sure looks like the interior of our 30WRLS V-Lite. Our stools ended up put away as well. Also there is a strap under the table at the very back behind the extension arm that has a snap on it to snap into the arm. Ours has held over 12,000 km so far.
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Old 07-29-2012, 12:51 PM   #12
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Old 07-29-2012, 01:15 PM   #13
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Also there is a strap under the table at the very back behind the extension arm that has a snap on it to snap into the arm. Ours has held over 12,000 km so far.
Well, $#^& if there isn't!!!!! I went and checked after reading your post, and there it was. It's snapped up now.Thanks for the tip, I owe you one.

Okay, I can scratch that one off my gripe list.
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Old 07-29-2012, 02:42 PM   #14
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We looked for month for what we wanted and needed,the one we decided on was a Sabre 34tbok-6, it has the extra room for the son, the outside kitchen for me, and the walk in pantry for the wife. I read a lot of the threads on FR site and looking at all of the 5Th wheels, We found one for the right price, floor plan and most of the wants and needs
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A RV Queen mattress.

Previous owner (an idiot) down-sized it to a "full".

Some re-work with some wood, and a nice new mattress, was all it took.

Did we really need it? Yes! Wife's happy!

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Old 07-29-2012, 04:40 PM   #17
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We sold our old camper because "we had to have" the outside kitchen and second exterior door leading to the bathroom. Love the outside kitchen and wouldn't own another TT without one. The second door however never gets used.
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A SHOWER! Still what I appreciate the most.
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#1 was the 30' length so we could park it at home and the wife could still drive into the garage, then it was the living room that sold us.
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