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Old 08-20-2014, 09:24 AM   #421
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Wondering if you got the larger size? Ours is only about 2" across. There are different sizes. We may have lost 1" on opening of door.
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Old 08-20-2014, 09:30 AM   #422
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Wondering if you got the larger size? Ours is only about 2" across. There are different sizes. We may have lost 1" on opening of door.
Mine is also about 2" across but is about 1-1/2" thick. In the Walmart I went to there was only this size there. Maybe I will look for a smaller one rather than cutting this one down. Either way having a bumper there does wonders for my peace of mind.
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Old 08-21-2014, 09:08 PM   #423
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Picking up our 2015 27rlws Emerald Edition tomorrow! Unpacked the old trailer completely this week. Now to find a new home for things in the new one. Can't wait for our 1st camping weekend in September......for now, we'll 'driveway camp'.
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Old 08-21-2014, 10:57 PM   #424
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I am very excited for you. You will enjoy the 27RLWS as we do.
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Old 08-23-2014, 08:46 AM   #425
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Congrats. Enjoy the 27RLWS as we all do.


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Old 08-23-2014, 09:05 AM   #426
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We put the toilet paper holder in the cabinet below the sink and mounted it to the door of the cabinet. Used shorter screws. Out of sight!
Towel rack did not hang. I bought one that is made to go over a door and it hangs over the shower door. Has 3 hooks and hangs 3 towels or wash rags....
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Old 08-23-2014, 09:12 AM   #427
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Yup. The little towel holder was mounted to the right of the bathroom sink by the dealer (a little show bling). It didn't last long there and pulled out. Don't attach anything to the walls in the bathroom as the screws won't hold. There are options that WMoses can explain. We prefer the old fashion way...towels over the shower and toilet paper on the counter. When the mission is accomplished, the tp goes back in the cabinet.
Keep a close eye on your water filter in the front. Check earlier in this thread for that issue. As a matter of fact, read the entire thread as it has great ideas and necessary mods for your camping pleasure.


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This weekend is the hottest we've had yet this summer, and we're spending it in our new 27RLWS trying to figure out where to put things! We can't run the AC at home. No major problems with the pick up of the new TT. Just a few things here and there. We've got a running list. Most are just for personal preference.....and hubby can do the work. Just a few things dealer related.

One thing we noticed today. Our couch is not an airbed! It just folds out and appears to be a queen size. Anyone else have that?? We were expecting the air mattress type, since that's what we've seen now for a few years.

Trailer pulled home very nicely! Off to Menard's for things we "need" for the trailer!
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Is your couch a traditional residential style with an innerspring mattress that unfolds?
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Is your couch a traditional residential style with an innerspring mattress that unfolds?
No.......it unfolds and ends up that your feet would be on the seat cushions of the couch, and your torso is on a foam? cushion, and your head is on a smaller foam cushion that's revealed when unfolded. It works pretty easy, but it just totally unexpected. I guess we're not that disappointed since we've also heard of problems with the air mattress type.
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