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Old 02-26-2012, 10:13 PM   #11
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We have the 23B. First thought is "wow! Look at the space."
Beautiful.
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Old 02-27-2012, 08:04 AM   #12
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Nice rig! We liked that model but the long slide out requires a heavier frame that makes the rig too tall to fit through my shop door so we got the 23B which leaves about 4-6" of clearance. Enjoy and let the mods begin!!
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Old 02-29-2012, 10:15 PM   #13
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Noel trainer.... Was wondering if you would mind getting us a measurement of the width of the wall space above the small counter shelf. We are thinking of putting some word art there and it would help to know the available space. Thanks so much
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Noel trainer.... Was wondering if you would mind getting us a measurement of the width of the wall space above the small counter shelf. We are thinking of putting some word art there and it would help to know the available space. Thanks so much
I will try to remember on Sat....
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Old 03-01-2012, 02:22 PM   #15
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Noel trainer.... Was wondering if you would mind getting us a measurement of the width of the wall space above the small counter shelf. We are thinking of putting some word art there and it would help to know the available space. Thanks so much
Its 30.5". When the slides in theres about 2" of space between slide and wall.
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Its 30.5". When the slides in theres about 2" of space between slide and wall.
Thanks inspired the info helps a lot. Good to know that the slide won't be continually rubbing up against the art on the wall. I bought something called wall art which is usually a quote that you peel off a backing and put right on the wall....looks painted on. Mine says "Faith is when you close your eyes and Open your heart" with a fancy little curlicue at the end. Just thought it was a nice way to add Decore without putting holes in the walls. It can supposedly be easily removed at any time.
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Thanks inspired the info helps a lot. Good to know that the slide won't be continually rubbing up against the art on the wall. I bought something called wall art which is usually a quote that you peel off a backing and put right on the wall....looks painted on. Mine says "Faith is when you close your eyes and Open your heart" with a fancy little curlicue at the end. Just thought it was a nice way to add Decore without putting holes in the walls. It can supposedly be easily removed at any time.
As a big Avengers fan, I'm thinking Captain America or Iron Man fathead wall art JK. We looked at a used one that had scripts on the wall and it looked pretty nice........
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Old 03-01-2012, 05:30 PM   #18
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Thanks for letting me know Noel. Sometimes you need that extra spur
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Just been pouring over your pictures and then looking at the limited bits we took of ours when we purchased it (still at dealers till April) and looking at some others on line. There is one difference between yours and ours that I noticed and that is that we have a different wall border. Another thing I noticed is that both our models have cupboards right to the ceiling where some have about a 4 inch space of wall on the slide and some nice wood work surrounding the slide. Must be one of the ways they reduced their weight for 2012 I guess. I also saw that you have black ties hanging down from the main bed. Are they attached to permanently hang there? A question I have for you is. How many drawers are there beside the sink?
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One more question is your awning a power or manual one?
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