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Old 02-17-2011, 03:06 PM   #11
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Thanks for the tip... we'll keep that in mind when the trailer comes in
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Old 02-19-2011, 03:49 PM   #12
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frankm, is there an electrical outlet in the bunk area for the kids to plug games, portable DVD, etc in? (in the 2011 2702SS) Thanks, Jen
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Old 02-19-2011, 04:13 PM   #13
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frankm, is there an electrical outlet in the bunk area for the kids to plug games, portable DVD, etc in? (in the 2011 2702SS) Thanks, Jen
Oh yes that's a must for us too. See picture below.
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Old 02-19-2011, 05:26 PM   #14
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Thanks! I see you have the cherry wood... we ordered the oak, thought the darker wood would show scratches more easily. What color fabric did you go with? We went with the westport one. Have you done any modifications to it yet, or are you thinking of doing any modifications?
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Thanks! I see you have the cherry wood... we ordered the oak, thought the darker wood would show scratches more easily. What color fabric did you go with? We went with the westport one. Have you done any modifications to it yet, or are you thinking of doing any modifications?
We went with the Charleston decor. It looks good with the cherry wood. As far as mods none but just a couple of simple add-ons: installed the extend-a-shower shower rod, screen door push bar, screen covers for furnace vents, and replaced the little outside table with this one.
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Old 02-20-2011, 09:14 AM   #16
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We went with the Charleston decor. It looks good with the cherry wood. As far as mods none but just a couple of simple add-ons: installed the extend-a-shower shower rod, screen door push bar, screen covers for furnace vents, and replaced the little outside table with this one.

Nice! I am thinking about the extended shower rod too, I'm sure the extra space would be nice. Does the table have to be put down for travel? Thanks, Jen
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Nice! I am thinking about the extended shower rod too, I'm sure the extra space would be nice. Does the table have to be put down for travel? Thanks, Jen
Yes, this outside table is put away while traveling. BTW, it isn't meant to hold heavy objects just a few things that always seem to get misplaced or used often.
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Yes, this outside table is put away while traveling. BTW, it isn't meant to hold heavy objects just a few things that always seem to get misplaced or used often.
Sorry, I should have been more specific... I meant the inside kitchen table. Thanks
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Sorry, I should have been more specific... I meant the inside kitchen table. Thanks
Let me venture a guess and assume you mean the dinette table. That table should have its own section here in the forum! Do a search on dinette table and will get quite a few hits.

Back to your question We don't fold down ours (we can't if we wanted to, search wobbly dinette table and you'll know why) but many others do. It stays pretty much in place without any assistance.
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Let me venture a guess and assume you mean the dinette table. That table should have its own section here in the forum! Do a search on dinette table and will get quite a few hits.

Back to your question We don't fold down ours (we can't if we wanted to, search wobbly dinette table and you'll know why) but many others do. It stays pretty much in place without any assistance.
Hinges and plates bent? We had a table with the folding legs in out tent trailer and had no issues with it being wobbly, it was just heavy and awkward to put up/down every morning/night. From the pics it seems that the table now has the scissor type legs? Is this what you have? Any recommendations ...should we lean on the table when we go to check it out and have the dealer switch out the hinges?
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