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Old 05-01-2007, 03:00 PM   #15
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In my 2006, the frame is centered on the baskets.

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Old 05-01-2007, 10:50 PM   #16
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In my 2006, the frame is centered on the baskets.

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Thanks

H'mmmm Looks like they did a fix somewhere after 2004 models and using in 2006's.

Little by little 'm learning the changes in the T2499 history. In 2005 they did a fair number of changes. Frame, over all camper height, rubber ride axles, longer awning, wider front door, more interior height, front widow gone.

In 2007 the TV cabinet is now different and Cherry is now available.

Another piece to the puzzle.

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Morning John,

The top of the entertainment center was deleted in the '06 model (I had to add the top in as a "option", the rubber ride suspension was an option I got on my '06. Did they add these things to the '07? Don't know about the front door size, as I don't have one. I also don't have a front window. Don't know "IF" my heights are the same, nor about the awning size other than I upgraded to the A&E 8500 rather than the standard "sunsetter" from A & E. I forgot to look at my pantry baskets, will do that maybe today, "IF" I go back out to work on the WH again.

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Old 05-02-2007, 05:23 AM   #18
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Can anyone give me the inside measurements of the "shirt" closet in the bedroom on an 07 T2499?

DH made shelves for our 1950 and they are removable (frame and all) and if they fit - we'll pull them and use if not they stay with the 1950.

Think we have it sold privately....we'll know for sure tonight!
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Leo and Kathy,

I have a 2006. I measured inside the frame, at the bottom of the door, 25 1/2 inches deep- 14 inches wide and 44 inches ceiling to floor. Top of the door area goes to 21 inches deep and the rest the same.

Remember, the leaf for the table is in the left cabinet, strapped to the wall. Amy and I plan to go with the plastic style drawers as talked about in another post on the right side and use the left cabinet for hanging items. From your photos, I see Leo is pretty handy. Lucky you. I'm so inept that I even type with one finger. You can't mash a finger with a keyboard like you can with a hammer!

Congrats on the new coach. Sounds like you two go camping alot. We are limited in time due to us working opposite shifts. But we have set dates for three weekends and a two weeker up to the Thousand Islands in September.

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BoBo - you only think Leo is "experience" he needs me to prod him along! Just kidding of course.

We are going to 1000 Island in August, DD/SIL(X2) & grandsons(x3) will be joining us in August.....where are you guys staying? We are at Grass Point - just ove that place....easy access, quite and not "PACKED IN" like some of the other CG's.

I too like the idea of the self contained drawers - but since we alreay have the frame and shelves made, if we could use them it is a quite simple switch!

AH! I was wondering where they put the kitchen table extender!

Thanks for the nfo!
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Kathy,

We start out on Association Island at Henderson Harbor the Thursday after Labor Day. Half price and pretty well deserted. We'll spend five days there with myself going fishing with a whole bunch of my fellow nozzlenuts, while a few of the DW's go do their shopping and jewelry thing.

DW and I then go up by ourselves, last year to Jaque Cartier SP (honeymoon), this year we are trying Cedar Point SP by Clayton.We'll stay there a week and daytrip about. No crowds,quiet and right on the waterfront. This year though we are glad to have our own bathroom now. Amy hated getting up in the middle of the night and going for a hike to the LGR. You'll love the size of your new bathroom. A must for us cause we're both kinda chunky . No closet toilet for us. I had a 21' Coachman during the first marraige and I had to leave the door open just to sit. Never again. I've enjoyed stocking up the new TT the past couple of weeks. Can't wait for Memorial Day wknd.

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