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Old 06-08-2011, 10:30 AM   #11
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Congrats! Very nice!

Where are you camping later this month? Maybe we'll cross paths.
That might be able to be arranged. Where are you going this month? We have 2 days at Harrington Beach SP on June 17-18 and then Door County Peninsula SP from June 28-July 9. Also some reservations later in July at PSP.
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Old 06-08-2011, 10:48 AM   #12
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Thanks for the pic of the control panel. That is nice. Do they have a place for a TV now? Would you mind posting pics of the cabinet above the couch & over the stove?
Let me see what I can do about the pics when I get home from work tonight. I'll try to explain it, though. The tv shelf is gone completely. We only intend to bring a little portable DVD player/monitor so we don't need the shelf.

For those who want a larger tv, the easiest place in the 2012 model would be on the shelf near that back bunks, but that's really only good for those people and can't be seen from the couch or table. Also the counter top in the corner between the table and the front bunk - no easy access to antenna jack, though.

I looked more at that the cabinet over the couch last night. Its a little less storage than I thought initially. The far left part is a cabinet. The middle includes a solid wood face where my tech said a swing-away shelf could be installed for a tv. The right part is where the radio and various outlets are included. I'll post some pics later that will show this better.

By the way, I also installed warm color LEDs last night in three of the lights and one of the bunk light fan because my kids keep leaving the lights on LOL. The color of these particular warm LEDs is great.
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Old 06-09-2011, 10:13 PM   #13
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That might be able to be arranged. Where are you going this month? We have 2 days at Harrington Beach SP on June 17-18 and then Door County Peninsula SP from June 28-July 9. Also some reservations later in July at PSP.

We have Long Lake, Kohler-Andrea and Mauthe booked so far. We'll probably do one more depending on our schedule and site availability. Not sure where though.

We love Peninsula. One of our favorites. Enjoy!


By the way, can you provide a link to the warm white LEDs you're using?
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Old 06-10-2011, 11:22 AM   #14
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By the way, can you provide a link to the warm white LEDs you're using?
You bet!

I ordered and received lights from these sellers on Ebay.

Warm White 36-LED T10 base #1 and Warm White 24-LED T10 base
Warm White 36-LED T10 base #2

In my last order, 2011_led (#1) was faster in delivery than itshotsale77 (#2).

I haven't tried the 24s out, yet, but recently ordered them for less light. The 36s are just slightly brighter than the Incan's that came with the camper and I want to try something less bright.
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Thanks Scott! I'll give them a try.
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