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Old 08-15-2011, 08:01 AM   #21
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My 2011 29bhs has a,b and c. A is one speaker in the main living area towards the front. B is one speaker towards the back of the living area. C is the outside speakers. Not sure if that helps you at all
That is how my 2009 32 BHDS is as well.
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:49 PM   #22
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I have the 2010 G2 and love it as well. before you go be sure to read through some of the posts on this site such as losing 1/3 of your water from the over fill lines and be sure to be carefull of your rear stabilizer jacks if they are mounted under the attached bike rack as they may hit the ground on unlevel terrain... Not trying to scare you but want your first voyage to be trouble free as possible.
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Old 08-16-2011, 09:34 AM   #23
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My 2011 29bhs has a,b and c. A is one speaker in the main living area towards the front. B is one speaker towards the back of the living area. C is the outside speakers. Not sure if that helps you at all

This is the way my speakers also work on my 2010 32BHDS.
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Old 08-17-2011, 08:12 AM   #24
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I have the 2011 32BHDS and there is only two speakers inside (above the entertainment center which run off of A). Outside speakers are C. B is connected. Surprised they didnt put speakers in the backroom or front bedroom for B, but not a big deal to me....
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Old 08-17-2011, 09:11 AM   #25
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First trip was awesome! So nice camping in comfort and style. Excursion pulled great. It is a big & heavy trailer, but it tracked great. I am glad I went to 4.56 gears. There are a few hills between Phoenix and Flagstaff that pulled me down to 50mph or so. Air bags are next and she'll be all set.

The outdoor kitchen got tons of compliments. It is so nice having the fridge, sink and counter outside. With that and the door leading right into the bathroom, you can really live outside.

We watched a baseball game by turning the TV so you could see it through the screen door and put the sound on the outside speakers. Daddy was in hog heaven! The whole family had a great time!
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Old 08-17-2011, 08:31 PM   #26
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joe.n.az,

Is your TV on some kind of swivel arm? Or did you turn the whole wood frame halfway?

Our seems to be on a stationary mount inside the wood box. The box swivels around for living room or bedroom. But the TV does not swing left or right on the mount. I kind of wish it did for the very reason you mentioned. Just wondering.

I'm toying with running an extra spillter through the entertainment center in backroom through to the outdoor kitchen and putting a small TV out there on the counter beneath the cabinet.... My only dilemma is I'm running satelite and I'd have to run a whole new set of cables to the backroom to have satelite both up front and outback. Not sure it's worth the effort?

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Old 08-17-2011, 08:37 PM   #27
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Joe,

Just noticed in your signature you have the 2012. I belive you have the new entertaimnent center which is a wall between the bedroom and living room with no rotating TV box. So you probably have a swivel arm mounted on the wall?

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Old 08-17-2011, 09:44 PM   #28
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Joe,

Just noticed in your signature you have the 2012. I belive you have the new entertaimnent center which is a wall between the bedroom and living room with no rotating TV box. So you probably have a swivel arm mounted on the wall?

Mike
Correct. The 2012 model has a solid wall between living room and master bedroom. The TV is mounted on an arm that swivels and extends. Then there is a cable jack and spot for a TV mount in the bedroom on the driver's side.

I was also thinking about splitting the cable line coming in and putting a small LCD in the outdoor kitchen.
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:21 AM   #29
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G2 32BHDS mods

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We have stocked it with our camp cooking stuff, utencils, and bought some new linen. We want to get it to the point where we bring food and some clothes, and hit the road. We are pretty close as we had tons of camping stuff already from our tent days.

What things have been done to your TT, and what do you want to do to it? I am curious what mods people do to these?
The original owner did the following:
Max air vent covers on all roof vents
Fantastic fan in the bath
Extra spare tire
Bumper receiver hitch
Carpeted steps
Convenience hooks in the master bedroom for keys or robes, etc.

We:
Put bedrails on both rear bunks
Put in a ladder for the bunk over the j-cube
Put command hooks in the bathroom behind the toilet for broom, swifter and sweeper
Mounted pouch shoe holders on both sides of the entertainment center
Put 15" led hd tv in bunkhouse and oldskool ps2 system that is so fun for family game night
Put in 2 sets of sterelite (3) drawers on casters in bunkhouse under window for kids clothing and toy storage
Shower curtain and rod for outdoor shower
Mounted a magnetic knife strip in upper pantry door
Switched micrwave for speed cook convection microwave
Switched master bedroom bedding for handmade quilt
Bed lounge in master bedroom
4"memory foam mattress topper in master br

As you can see most of our mods are for creature comforts. We would like to do the following:
Quieten the water pump
Change the bunkhouse storage to an in closet system and toy storage to storage ottomans that will also serve as extra seating
Flip up or gate leg counter for kitchen
Put in individual shelf/basket/pouch for each rear bed to serve as night stand/personal area. For the bunks, I will sew a pouched slipcover for the rail)
Put in more towel bars/ storage in bath
Build a larger rear ladder mounted drying rack
Add a room
Fantastic fans in bedroom vent
Slipcover jsteel sofa to personalize living room decor
Folding decking for outdoor shower
open up entertainment center top cabinet beside the tv for added storage

Favorite features of our TT:
Real doors
Rear bathroom entry
Large bunkhouse space for our kids

What are yours?
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:58 AM   #30
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We spent a lot of time researching the 32BHDS before we made the purchase back in Dec 2009, we waited until we got a bigger TV ( tow vehicle) as well. Since this was our 3rd TT in 4 years we wanted to ensure we made the right decision so it fit our family for a long time. We have made some mods as well.

Rear bumper sewer hose carrier.
Slide out awnings.
Lights in cargo area.
Light under TT by grey water valve. ( at night it was hard to find the valve under the living room slide out.)
Electric tongue jack.
Battery disconnect switch.
Flip away jack pad.
Television with DVD player in kids room.
Hanging closet organizers in bedroom closets.
Glued a thin vinly strip on top of bath tub to ensure water ran back into tub and not on bathroom floor.
Max air covers on all vents.
Plexiglass on lowere portion of screen door.

3 things I am glad we ordered from factory:
Black tank flush.
Air bed in liviving room.
Ladder on rear of TT.
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