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Old 05-22-2013, 12:52 PM   #31
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As far as seating, the cave has two drop down seats with available table between. Six can set here comfortably. We have a bar that seats two. There is a free standing dinette that we opted for and theater seating for two. Tv on the cave, one in the BR, BIG one in the main room. It works well for us nobly two of us, but when company comes, all kinds of room.
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Yeah the install of the motorcycle chock went well!
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As far as seating, the cave has two drop down seats with available table between. Six can set here comfortably. We have a bar that seats two. There is a free standing dinette that we opted for and theater seating for two. Tv on the cave, one in the BR, BIG one in the main room. It works well for us nobly two of us, but when company comes, all kinds of room.
The theater seating is cool. We have the party dinette that has the two tables you can mount. One cushion in the garage wore out after two months of using it, and we are not big people at all. I plan to have FR replace them. So happy to hear others love their XLR!
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The door is frosted glass. Also going into the BR is frosted glass. Really nice. Yes, we like our XLR
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Old 05-27-2013, 11:04 AM   #35
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The XLR cold package has r-43 in roof and floor with dual pane windows. Everything else is the same.
Just FYI...the XLR Extreme Weather package only gives you R-38 in roof, main floor, and front cap; R-24 in slide floor. These are equivalent R-factors achieved when temp reaches 80 degrees. The increased heating and cooling efficiency in your RV should be the primary focus, not the number though.
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Not what I was told by FR sales rep.
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Not what I was told by FR sales rep.
Sorry but they gave you false numbers
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Where does your info come from?
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Where does your info come from?
The vendor themselves and I'm an XLR regional rep.
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I have a 386x12 2012, love it. We don't have the extreme package. Have spent over 70 nights in it so far. We have 3 AC units. The third n
In the garage we have a heat strip in. Have been camping in 107 to 32 camper always at the right temp. No problems there. Some of the night we just ran the heat strip and the logs
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