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Old 02-11-2013, 12:29 PM   #241
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How much does the super lounge cost?
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:33 PM   #242
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How much does the super lounge cost?
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All pricing must be provided by a Sabre Dealer. Sorry
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Here is a little background for your question.....we consulted with our AC company and they encouraged us to run that duct work to let the AC's work together. Also we felt it was a competitive advantage over the other brands that didn't extend the duct work that causes their bands to only allow the direct AC blowing into the bedroom only. I hope that helps.

For clarification before investing - I can add a ducted ac unit in the bedroom which will use the same ductwork/ vents as the rear unit and I will need to add a thermostat. This is my preference. Please confirm and thanks for the information you provide.
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For clarification before investing - I can add a ducted ac unit in the bedroom which will use the same ductwork/ vents as the rear unit and I will need to add a thermostat. This is my preference. Please confirm and thanks for the information you provide.
You are clear. Both ACs will share the same ductwork and the 2nd AC will have it's own thermostat.
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FWIW, everything I saw when we ordered showed an MSRP of around $964 for the super lounge with airbed in place of dinette and sofa.
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For clarification before investing - I can add a ducted ac unit in the bedroom which will use the same ductwork/ vents as the rear unit and I will need to add a thermostat. This is my preference. Please confirm and thanks for the information you provide.
Are you asking about a Sabre you currently own or ordering? If you own it, I need a model and vin number. Some of the comments I made are reflective of current production. Older models may not have the extended duct work.
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Dear Ragin Cajun,
thanks for waiting for the answer. This post applys to any Sabre model that was built with the washer dryer cabinet in the master bedroom.
http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...1&d=1349989310
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These pictures show the TV installed and removed showing the bracket. So you would want to mount your bracket in the same locations. When facing the bracket the left edge of the bracket measures 42 1/2" from the face/front of the wardrobe. The bottom edge of the bracket measures 34" from the top of the dresser.

I hope this helps. DO NOT USE LONG SCREWS OR YOU WILL GO THROUGH THE SIDEWALL.
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My TV cabinet is 19" wide x 13" tall...so I had to measure 32" from the top of dresser instead of 34" so my TV can slide out just before touching ceiling.
I know all TV cabinets are different but thought I'd share my experience before you go drilling holes!
FR brackets work out great
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FYI to Sabre Owners...

My TV cabinet is 19" wide x 13" tall...so I had to measure 32" from the top of dresser instead of 34" so my TV can slide out just before touching ceiling.
I know all TV cabinets are different but thought I'd share my experience before you go drilling holes!
FR brackets work out great
Pics or it didn't happen!
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It did happen!! Looks nice.
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