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Old 02-26-2012, 08:27 PM   #191
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I have a SABRE SILHOUETTE 2011 model 260BHS. I am concerned about whether or not my "basement" is heated. The following appears in my documentation as an option; 430-1256 ENCLOSED & HEATED PKG $362.50. What does this option mean?
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Old 02-26-2012, 09:40 PM   #192
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I have a SABRE SILHOUETTE 2011 model 260BHS. I am concerned about whether or not my "basement" is heated. The following appears in my documentation as an option; 430-1256 ENCLOSED & HEATED PKG $362.50. What does this option mean?
IMO that would be inclosed and heated under belly . this is what my build sheet says . look at red





Super Slide w/Booth Dinette & Hide-a-Bed Sofa
Queen Bed Slide Out w/Front Wall of Wardrobe
Side Aisle Bath
‘L’ Kitchen
Rear Auxiliary Private Bedroom w/Three Bunks - (2) 28” X 93” plus (1) 30” X 63”
Exterior Kitchen w/3.2 CuFt AC Refrigerator/Freezer, Single Well Sink, (2) Burner LP Gas Range, Microwave Oven & Awning Door
Exterior: Premium Gel Gloss Fiberglass Exterior w/Cast Front Cap
Six Sided Welded Aluminum Tube Superstructure
Insulation: R-9 Wall, R-14 Floor, R-14 Ceiling
EPDM Roof
(4) Aluminum Wheels 16”
Trail Air EQUA-FLEX Rubber Suspension
Upgraded 6,000 lb. Axles
Radial Tires ST235/80R16
Enclosed, Heated & Insulated Underbelly
Radius Entry, Compartment Door & Windows
Dual Volt 55 AMP Converter Charger
30 Amp Electric Service
Deep Cycle R.V. Battery & 25’ Power Cord
120 Volt Exterior Outlet
Frosted Glass Shower Enclosure w/Skylight
Outside Shower
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This is what yours said . I just looked it up .


EXTERIOR FEATURES
Heated and enclosed underbelly
Aerodynamic fiberglass front cap
Attic vents for roof ventilation
Quick release snap jack pins
mounted forward
A&E electric awning with adjustable arms
(2) Patio safety lights
Safety step light at main entrance
Nitrous filled steel belted radial tires with roadside assistance
Axles with Super Lube® bearing system
30" entry door (most floorplans)
Switchable interior light at each luggage door
Outside LP gas hook up with quick connect
Crank down stabilizer jacks
Flexible 4" rain spouts



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http://www.palominorv.com/Productinf...ures&RVType=TT
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Thanks for your help. I needed to be pretty sure about this. I suppose it also helps to explain how I can use so much LP!
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SabreSam,

Could you give me some estimates? It would be REALLY cool to have some pictures of mine being built also!!! I am super excited and I know the pictures are probably asking too much. But some dates would be FABULOUS!

Thanks for what you do for this forums members. Seeing that and the other great things people have to say about Sabres customer service made me very comfortable ordering my 34TBOK.



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Anyone know how to take the air conditioner register cover off? Seems that someone on the production line at the Sabre factory failed to take the aluminum disk out of the duct when they cut the opening out. Wish they would have taken a little more pride in their work. My Sabre has a build date of 11/4/11.
Please advise. I don't want to break the cover by trying to get it off incorrectly.
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DW and I ordered our 34REQS -6 yesterday. It's going to be a long 6-8 weeks.
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Old 02-29-2012, 07:30 AM   #198
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We just purchased a new 2012 31ckts in Dec. of 2011. I am working with our salesmen on a couple issues we are unhappy with as we havent had a chance to use our unit yet. One question we have is our bedroom has a two drawer dresser at the end of the bed but Iv seen brochures with a dresser that has a clothes hamper at the right hand end and extends all the way to the closet on the left end. With the 2012 this is what we thought we were getting but it didnt end up that way.
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Old 02-29-2012, 08:01 AM   #199
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They did the the same thing from 2010 to 2011
the brochure showed a hamper in bed room. Ours ended up under the bathroom sink theres a hole in the floor and you put a basket in the basement. No big deal to us.
was it a deal breaker no. Would we have liked it in the bedroom? Yes
We moved on.
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To be honest I believe forest river reserves the right to make changes not reflected in the brochure. And actually we much better like the hamper in the bathroom .
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