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Old 01-22-2013, 09:34 PM   #201
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Again thanks. Would it be safe to assume that horizontally, the backing in the wall runs from stud to stud?
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Forgot to ask if there is any backing for mounting a tv in the bunkhouse of the 36qbok.
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I value your advice and have supplied it to the person that makes our product decisions. The problem we are challenged with is if we mount the bracket in a location and then the customer's purchased TV is not the same dimentions, the customer now has four screw holes in his wall after he moves the bracket. There are so many sizes, speakers on the bottom, speakers on the side, buttons on the side................................. We willl try and get better. Again, I will forward your comments.
Sabre Sam, first thanks for this thread. I asked the first 2 questions quoted above a while back, and never got an answer from you on either, but member ependydad did answer that there is blocking/backing in the bunkhouse. As you stated in the third quote above, there are various TV configurations, so I can see where the dimensions you gave previously for the factory mount may not necessarily work for all TVs, which is why I'm asking if there are dimensions for where the backing/blocking spans. Surely it's not exactly the size of the factory mount, but given a different mount, I'd like to know, where the backing actually is in a similar fashion as you described where the factory mount is/goes for the bedroom and the bunkhouse. It would also be helpful to know what the actual material is as well. Thanks.
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:34 PM   #202
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You are correct..it is the order from Tom Raper..Thanks for the reply
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:11 AM   #203
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SabreSam, could use your help on Sabre 32 BHOK. Been trying to get info (as haven't seen unit on lot) prior to ordering.

Do you know how large the bunk area is? Specifically, how far between bunks and TV stand and between bunks and door? I assume it is a 4ftx2ft area. Just trying to get a visual so my son has adequate room.

Do you know distance between top bunk and ceiling? IE--If hanging out, able to sit on top bunk and have plenty head space.

I am thinking of getting theatre seating upgrade. Is there enough space in the 32 BHOK? It looks nice, good quality?
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:07 AM   #204
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SabreSam, could use your help on Sabre 32 BHOK. Been trying to get info (as haven't seen unit on lot) prior to ordering.

Do you know how large the bunk area is? Specifically, how far between bunks and TV stand and between bunks and door? I assume it is a 4ftx2ft area. Just trying to get a visual so my son has adequate room.

Do you know distance between top bunk and ceiling? IE--If hanging out, able to sit on top bunk and have plenty head space.

I am thinking of getting theatre seating upgrade. Is there enough space in the 32 BHOK? It looks nice, good quality?
Have you checked out the 34' & 36' bunkhouse models by Sabre?
They are spacious in the bunk room but I assume you want to keep to a 32' for a reason...thought I throw that out there!
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:48 AM   #205
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SabreSam, could use your help on Sabre 32 BHOK. Been trying to get info (as haven't seen unit on lot) prior to ordering.

Do you know how large the bunk area is? Specifically, how far between bunks and TV stand and between bunks and door? I assume it is a 4ftx2ft area. Just trying to get a visual so my son has adequate room.

Do you know distance between top bunk and ceiling? IE--If hanging out, able to sit on top bunk and have plenty head space.

I am thinking of getting theatre seating upgrade. Is there enough space in the 32 BHOK? It looks nice, good quality?
I have a 32bhok if sam doesnt get back to you be this afternoon I can do some measurements for you.
Or any other info you might need!
Either way if you like the 32bhok you'll love it once u get it!

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We have or had three teenagers at home last summer and they did just fine with space. 14 - 16 - 18 year old's.

Let me know if I can be of help.

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Thanks Turbo. Measurements would be very helpful
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Thanks Turbo. Measurements would be very helpful
Its actually a bigger area than you think.
Fyi theres a lot of storage area underneath the lower bunk .

Ill post some measurments later this afternoon.


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Myself and the DW had the distinct pleasure of meeting Sabre Sam in person at the Louisville RV show. We were looking at a replica of the model we recently ordered, turned around and saw a factory rep from FR and the nametag read "Sam"...I asked immediately...."Are you Sabre Sam" and to our delight it was! We could not have been more pleased. He has been so helpful to us and the other forum members and we want to express our appreciation. He takes his own time to respond to these threads. This extra step ensures customers are informed, and by going the extra mile, he exemplifies what customer service is all about. Our hat's off to you Sam!!
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Myself and the DW had the distinct pleasure of meeting Sabre Sam in person at the Louisville RV show. We were looking at a replica of the model we recently ordered, turned around and saw a factory rep from FR and the nametag read "Sam"...I asked immediately...."Are you Sabre Sam" and to our delight it was! We could not have been more pleased. He has been so helpful to us and the other forum members and we want to express our appreciation. He takes his own time to respond to these threads. This extra step ensures customers are informed, and by going the extra mile, he exemplifies what customer service is all about. Our hat's off to you Sam!!
Speedcat, see my post had the same experience!! Good to see other Kentuckians will be on the road with a new Sabre! Rob and Sonya in Hardin Co...Sabre Sam rocks
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