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Old 05-30-2011, 09:33 PM   #11
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I noticed the need for a switch for the little ones today when loading mine up. They should have put a switch in.

Another thing I noticed was there is only 1 heater duct in the main living area and it is under the t-stat. My next mod will be pulling the bottom of the pantry out and putting in a t and an adjustable vent to the forward side of the pantry. Using adjustable vents there and in the bunk room should work out all right to control and spread out the heat.

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Old 05-30-2011, 09:40 PM   #12
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I am going to attack this one soon. My last trip I had to turn on and off the light too many times for comfort. I think that they should let the guys who design the cabinets do a little more design on the rest of the camper. The cabinets seem really well made, while the rest of the camper is on the rough side.

I had to repair a shelf, dinette extension, air conditioner mounting, cabinet lock and couch mounting screws and it was only my second time out. Still love the design and most seems well made, but for the cost of this I expect a little more.

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