Originally Posted by Cableman
Picked mine up sat! Tows nice, seems more stable then my previous. Dealer was nice. They did the pdi but i still fine things that are not to my liking, small stuff like adjusting screen doors. I didnt like that you have to un screw the bottom bunk to get to water heater valves. I cut the divider up in that area pushing it as close to the heater and back wall then made my own to fill the void. Left a cut out in that area for valve access through storage door area. Pulled some ugly warning labels too! Ill have some more modding to do
Looks great! Congrats on the new wheels.
Mods (more like minor adjustments) we've done so far... Memory foam and pillow topper on the bed (new mattress will be first on the list in the spring), took a hammer to the upper corner of the dinette back next to the fridge (that corner caught me and my wife both) and the corner getting into the top bunk... Velcro on the dinette seat cushions to hold them in place... A piece of wood under the sofa to stiffen the seat a bit... New Shower head (oxygenics or something like that)... Velcro to hold the fuse panel door closed. Covered the burners with home made covers (cutting boards with legs).
Considering winterizing myself this year. Everything is much easier to access than on my rockwood... And from what I've seen on YouTube, seems pretty self explanatory... It would also let me de-winterize earlier in the spring for a trip, then winterize again if we catch a cold spell.
Got my tire issue resolved (new tire) and we're ready to head to Hershey, PA for our last trip of the year. Let us know if you have any mod ideas. Always looking for something to tinker with.
2015 Coachmen Apex 288BHS
2014 Toyota Tundra 5.7L CrewMax
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