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Old 10-02-2013, 08:24 PM   #11
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Dave,

I'm sure your going to love it! I've spent around 20-25 nights in it so far and other than the overhead vent in the rear bunkhouse not having a power lift or fan, there's absolutely nothing I can think of that I would change. I need to see if it's pre-wired for one so I can add another Fantastic back there.
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:02 AM   #12
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I am joining the club in a few months. Anxiously waiting my birthdate...
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:41 PM   #13
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Which interior color did you order? WE went with Brownstone and love it as it comes with leather sofa(s) and recliners.
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Went with Chestnut. Worried about by dog tearing holes in the leather from her nails. Is it bonded leather or like the vinyl material that is commonly used in their other units? I was not able to see the material which is why I went the cloth route. Order sheet says leatherette which scared me off. Did get the kids a couch to grow into and the larger fridge though.
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It is leatherette, but so far seems to be made pretty well. We do have blankets draped over the living room couch and recliners just to save some wear and tear. We went with the rear bunkhouse couch as well, but opted for the standard fridge as we also have a full size house fridge in a 12x16 shed we have sitting just behind our camper.
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We also went with the Brownstone. And went with the rear bunkhouse couch. We did upgrade the windows and ordered generator to be put in as well. Had to upgrade the refrigerator as our grown kids can sure eat lol.. Those recliners were the most comfortable recliners I ever sat in, in a camper. Our friend wants to order for their motorhome. We called Jayco plant yesterday and we are due for delivery Oct 24th. 3 more weeks. Can't wait!
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:10 PM   #17
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Dave,

I feel your pain as we had a little over 4 weeks to wait from the time we ordered until we picked it up. Fortunately, we had a 2012 365BHS that we ended up trading for it, so we still got to camp. We went with the thermal windows as well, and so far I'm not 100% sold on them. From everything I read, they really cut down on the noise, and I can't honestly say they make that much difference. Although, they do look way nicer (from the outside) than the traditional camper windows. Haven't spent a lot of time indoors yet (we have a 12' wide by 50' long deck we built on the side and rear, so we spend most our time watching tv on the deck, but I agree the recliners are extremely comfortable.
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