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Old 03-03-2014, 09:52 PM   #111
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Originally Posted by ependydad View Post

Heh, I have that. 99% of our music comes from an iPhone and Bluetooth hookup!
I have that as well but you can only change the volume and not channels or modes. Like am/fm...etc

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Old 03-03-2014, 10:10 PM   #112
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Not sure if this has been mentioned, but if it's a black tank, it should have a flush. Whether there's a bumper mount grill or not, there should be at least 1 more propane quick connect. The rear cargo carrier can accommodate 1 or 2 sewer hose/fishing pole carriers easily. The rear bumper can also accommodate a box for sewer fittings. A vac pan should be part of the central vac system. The half bath should have a second switch for a fan and something like this to open and close it . The bunkhouse, living area, and bedroom should be on separate circuits (space heaters are getting popular), and the kitchen counter should be it's own circuit. The cellphone station should be at the entertainment center, and not over the sink (water). The ceiling could use the solid foam insulation that some other FR products get, and the half bath should get heat/AC vents. Lose the glass in the bedroom doors, or make it mirror tent or translucent. Keyless entry is due for the line and surely the pass thru can accommodate a 32" TV. Lots of what I've mentioned are mods I've done and can be seen in the link in my sig. I think the satellite wiring can be accomplished by running a dual coax cable from each tv to a common location (amplifier/entertainment center) the end user can work it out from there with multiswitch and diplexers. I agree with the Jack (stationary) antenna. Inverter for outside kitchen refrigerator, or perhaps move to a residential refrigerator with icemaker in the indoor kitchen, and size the inverter for both refrigerators. I could go on and on.....see what you started TURBS.....we'll all be expecting you and Sam to bring our ideas to production!

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Old 03-03-2014, 10:34 PM   #113
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I'd like to see a roof vent (powered) in the bunkhouse on the tbok and qbok. It can stuffy back there if you aren't running the AC

Tire pressure monitors

3 or 2 way fridge for OK

Change the grey water plumbing on the tbok so that all three tanks can be tied together to increase overall capacity

USB wall plates on the charging station, plug at the dinette, and master bunk

More LED outside lighting

I would second the dust pan option, 3 way rear camera, solar prep, expanded bluetooth, replace OK microwave for ice maker, and blackout blinds already mention.
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Old 03-05-2014, 10:40 PM   #114
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Bathroom counters

An option for solid surface counter tops in the bathrooms. Or included if you upgrade the kitchen counter.
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Old 03-06-2014, 07:52 AM   #115
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I'm pretty sure the bathroom counter tops are solid surface on the new ones. I could be wrong...... I know I upgraded to the one piece fiberglass shower when I ordered my sabre a few weeks back.

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An option for solid surface counter tops in the bathrooms. Or included if you upgrade the kitchen counter.

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