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Old 01-11-2016, 06:18 PM   #21
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I didnt get the large wheels...I almost did, but after looking at my dads, there isnt much wheel well access with them. The 15's are fine. No camera or dual pane windows for me either. Julie is great. Hoping to see her at the camping show next weekend.
When I changed my 15" wheels out to 16" wheels, the tires were only 1" bigger diameter. It wouldn't change much clearance or access.
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:46 AM   #22
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Same rig I want.
Question for those who have the 29.5 BHDS.
Is there a plug in for coffee pot in the Outdoor kitchen area..?
I just looked at one but did not notice if it had an outlet our not....
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:51 AM   #23
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Great rig, but even better knowing you have had good luck with Forrest RV, considering that's exactly where I ordered our 29.5BHDS from. Supposed to be off the Jayco line 13-April, woo hoo!
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:58 AM   #24
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Good question. I just looked at the photos I took of mine when I picked it up, and there is no plug on the slide where the sink and stove are located. There is one behind the fridge. I bet it wouldn't be hard to run some wire into the next compartment and add a plug with the wires tied up so they move when you slide the counter out.

Great, now you added something else to my to-do list....
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I bet it wouldn't be hard to run some wire into the next compartment and add a plug with the wires tied up so they move when you slide the counter out.
Good idea. Have you done any other mods to it yet?
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:23 AM   #26
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just the thermostat. Its been kind of cold to really do anything. Im hoping Sunday this week me and the dw can get out there and get it loaded up. Hopefully heading to Aces High CG in RI in April
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Old 03-23-2016, 03:42 PM   #27
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Good question. I just looked at the photos I took of mine when I picked it up, and there is no plug on the slide where the sink and stove are located. There is one behind the fridge. I bet it wouldn't be hard to run some wire into the next compartment and add a plug with the wires tied up so they move when you slide the counter out.

Great, now you added something else to my to-do list....
You are correct, no outlet in there.

I'm also thinking of doing exactly what you described.
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I'm having the dealer (Forest) add a Maxxair vent cover to bedroom vent. I was told the bathroom vent has a new funky design and the Maxxair wont fit. Any one try to but a cover on yet?
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I'm having the dealer (Forest) add a Maxxair vent cover to bedroom vent. I was told the bathroom vent has a new funky design and the Maxxair wont fit. Any one try to but a cover on yet?
I not sure a cover would do any good if it's like mine. It doesn't open like a regular one. Turning then handle opens some louvers on the sides that seem like they be protected.
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If the industry ever changes the design of the standard 14" roof vent they will be loads of aftermarket changes to roof vents.
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