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Old 04-26-2014, 07:44 PM   #1
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Bedroom Remodel

Has anyone ever done a major rearrangement of an RV bedroom?

I would like to remove the left side drawer/clothes hanging cabinet and shift the bed left nearly to the wall. I would need to move the headboard that is attached to the 5th wheel aerocap. How hard would that be?

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Old 04-26-2014, 08:15 PM   #2
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Shouldn't be that hard, but moving the bed will leave marks on the carpet unless you are going to replace it.
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Old 04-26-2014, 08:23 PM   #3
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on our last 2011 coachman 298REDS TT we removed the bed and frame in the master, and installed bunks for the kids, that meant me and the wife slept in the living room, we did this because their was no room to change clothes unless you did it in the living room, and she did not like that. when we traded it in it all went back in..
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Old 04-27-2014, 07:48 AM   #4
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I did not think about moving it all back when we eventually trade it.
May need to go shopping at the Rally for one that fits our new requirements better, vice major work in this one.

Something to think about.
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BUT, think of all the mods you would have to do to the new one to get it up to snuff. Much less work to mod what you have.
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I would guess about 50% can be "undone" the rest will go with the camper.

The ones that go with the camper are mostly included now in the new units.
(like LEDs, etc.)

Some lucky camper will get my fully tricked out 15K air conditioner, though.
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Herk, the PPST has a fully capable shopping staff to help you spend your money at the rally!
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What's "tricked out" about your AC?

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What's "tricked out" about your AC?

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Pimp My Coleman Mach 3 AC

This is in addition to a "hard start" capacitor and a time delay relay module in the fan circuit to allow a 2000-2500 watt generator to run it.

The insulated AC worked great during our August trip last year that included Southern Texas (120 degrees) to Southern Utah parks (110 degrees) in daytime temperatures.
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Herk, the PPST has a fully capable shopping staff to help you spend your money at the rally!
I don't doubt that one minute. RV Wholesalers will be getting our money this time, but we (read this DW) need(s) to window shop for a while.
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