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Old 12-30-2012, 12:28 AM   #31
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I am eyeing the same mount for the basement. We already bought a 32" tv for the basement. I think makarios has the best price for that sliding flip down mount. I think the super lounge with the removable tables is perfect for when you're not eating, and just hanging out. Also, I think the mount we're talking about would have the tv screen facing down.
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:38 AM   #32
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Good to know about the 32" TV...I was concerned about that fitting, especially with a floor mounted bracket. I agree on the super lounge. We usually travel with a posse and the more space the better. First time I have seen something like that in anything other than a toy hauler.

I also am getting the B&W companion hitch. However, I have the short bed so I'm guessing it should be mounted further back in the bed.
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:47 AM   #33
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Good to know about the 32" TV...I was concerned about that fitting, especially with a floor mounted bracket. I agree on the super lounge. We usually travel with a posse and the more space the better. First time I have seen something like that in anything other than a toy hauler.

I also am getting the B&W companion hitch. However, I have the short bed so I'm guessing it should be mounted further back in the bed.
I see we went from the same trailer and are going to the same trailer. I really liked the Outback, and really had it where we wanted it.....then went to the fall show......and now here we are. A guy drove from Florida to St. Louis to buy it (cash) after seeing it on craigslist, 4 days after I listed it. I did the B&W myself for $1125 on eBay, dealer wanted $2000. Also, I'm organizing a rally (on another forum) at Diamond Lake Resort in Owensboro, KY, the 1st week of July. It's a nice place
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:50 AM   #34
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Thanks for suggesting makarios...I'm thinkin the Mor Ryde slide out flip down 40-010h. The mount I saw in a new Sabre was the 40-002h. The price on markios is about $30 less than on the Mor Ryde site..
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Woah...that's amazing..guess we have good taste

We loved our Outback but the extra space in the bunkhouse and master BR was what we were looking for. I have been to many web sites and shows in the past year and the Sabre fits the bill at a decent price point.

I have also priced the B&W online for $1125 but an not confident about mounting the receiver under the bed. A local tuck accessory dealer has priced it with labor at $1,500..I'm leaning that way.
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:05 AM   #36
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Thanks for suggesting makarios...I'm thinkin the Mor Ryde slide out flip down 40-010h. The mount I saw in a new Sabre was the 40-002h. The price on markios is about $30 less than on the Mor Ryde site..
That's what we're here for. I've never done the social networking thing. I always tell my wife (a former Facebooker) that forums are true social networking with meaning and purpose (no offense to anyone).
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Congrats on selling he Outback so fast!! No wonder with those sweet mods!! I tried selling mine in June and had alot of lookers but no serious offers. Mine is the early 2011 model without the sleek front cap.

I was wondering if there would be a rally near Ky. I appreciate you attempting to organize one. However, the first week of July I'm going to Pine Mountain RV Park in Piegon Forge, Tn. for 9 days.

Are you from St. Louie? I drug the Outback to Eureka, Mo. two summers ago and stayed at the Jellystone for a few days and took in Six Flags, a trip to the Arch and Grants Park.
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Woah...that's amazing..guess we have good taste

We loved our Outback but the extra space in the bunkhouse and master BR was what we were looking for. I have been to many web sites and shows in the past year and the Sabre fits the bill at a decent price point.

I have also priced the B&W online for $1125 but an not confident about mounting the receiver under the bed. A local tuck accessory dealer has priced it with labor at $1,500..I'm leaning that way.
Ditto. The 1/2 bath with outside entry and the full sized shower doesn't hurt the package either. The hitch was pretty straight forward, but $375 ain't bad for installation, but I'm mechanically gifted enough to not entertain $875. I think we looked at everyone's offering of the same floorplan, and Sabre definitely won us over.
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Congrats on selling he Outback so fast!! No wonder with those sweet mods!! I tried selling mine in June and had alot of lookers but no serious offers. Mine is the early 2011 model without the sleek front cap.

I was wondering if there would be a rally near Ky. I appreciate you attempting to organize one. However, the first week of July I'm going to Pine Mountain RV Park in Piegon Forge, Tn. for 9 days.

Are you from St. Louie? I drug the Outback to Eureka, Mo. two summers ago and stayed at the Jellystone for a few days and took in Six Flags, a trip to the Arch and Grants Park.
Born & raised here. We did that Jellystone a couple of years ago for our then 7 year old's birthday. There's some tight spots there. I've heard talk of Pigeon Forge on the other sites.
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:29 AM   #40
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Yep...those Jstone sites were tight. I travel most times with a buddy and his family in a 40' diesel pusher. We were fortunate to get two pull through spots at the very end of the entrance drive down the hill. Lot's of non RVers there also and the commaradarie is not the same. That was also over the July 4th week and you guys have the corner on "hot and humid" plus some wicked storms blew through.

If you try Pigeon Forge check out Pine Mountain RV. Just over a small hill from the strip, which insulates you from the madness, but your still close to everything. New park with concrete pads and patios. Lot's of sites that back up to a small stream.
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