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Old 08-25-2015, 04:42 PM   #15
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Cool CONGRATS, Nice interior

,,J, CONGRATS,, nice interior , that is the same patterns we had in our 18 ft. Bath , lily pad wet land effect ,, and the Wild Strawberry , poetry word pattern in the kitchen.... Curtains will fade / weather if exposed to the sunlight shining in the windows.... The exterior graphics stripes look very nice.. We had a sit down shower tub in our bath..... Most owners usually use the campground facility's as they feel they are paying for the utilities.....Here is a pic of our
exterior as they are quite rare being set-up for a truck bed and called a GOOSE-NECK design.... 2 5/16 BALL inside the bed..... Bigger ones are 5th wheel style, but those use a large PLATE / kingpin in the truck bed. SunLine make a 21 ft and 23 ft dual axle I believe. YES, Photos are a tad tricky to post.. Hope your roll out awning is in working condition.. We had to replace most of the roof vent / weather plastic covers & Caulk.
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Wink Rear Escape window,/ Pedistle table

..J : Here is a nifty pic I found showing the center part of the Rear window that
does remove as a extra fire escape mode, or Pass thru Food court. !!
Also on your pics I see the dinette table is still original with the swing down / lift up wall bracket.... Our prior owner switched over to a single Aluminum pedistle post for support.. This gives the option to use the table surface outside. or #2 as more leg room in morning ( Just juice and doughnut ) , or evening TV viewing with just a smaller TV end stand table option.. The 2nd SUNLINE white to left was a 1979 15 ft we found locally and only had a toilet in the door room....I see your rear pics have shorter two row of glass window...
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"I think I will have a campover this weekend in the driveway with the nieces to try it out".jrcamp Monica and I did the same thing. We learned a lot in the drive way checking everything out and trying out all the equipment. Better to experiment in the driveway then at the campground.
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Your camper really looks neat! I would love to see pictures of the inside if you don't mind.
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That pedistool table idea sounds great. Do you have any photos of it installed inside. I find that trying to get in and out of the dinette on the left side is almost impossible. Does it give it more room to maneuver around?
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How many jacks/stands are supposed to be with it?
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Yes the awning is in working order! It does have a tear on the edge but think it will be okay until we can fix it or replace it. any ideas on how to repair it?
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Here is a picture of the awning
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,,J, CONGRATS,, nice interior , that is the same patterns we had in our 18 ft. Bath , lily pad wet land effect ,, and the Wild Strawberry , poetry word pattern in the kitchen.... Curtains will fade / weather if exposed to the sunlight shining in the windows.... The exterior graphics stripes look very nice.. We had a sit down shower tub in our bath..... Most owners usually use the campground facility's as they feel they are paying for the utilities.....Here is a pic of our
exterior as they are quite rare being set-up for a truck bed and called a GOOSE-NECK design.... 2 5/16 BALL inside the bed..... Bigger ones are 5th wheel style, but those use a large PLATE / kingpin in the truck bed. SunLine make a 21 ft and 23 ft dual axle I believe. YES, Photos are a tad tricky to post.. Hope your roll out awning is in working condition.. We had to replace most of the roof vent / weather plastic covers & Caulk.
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This TT looks really neat! Would love to see pictures of the inside.
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..J : Here is a nifty pic I found showing the center part of the Rear window that
does remove as a extra fire escape mode, or Pass thru Food court. !!
Also on your pics I see the dinette table is still original with the swing down / lift up wall bracket.... Our prior owner switched over to a single Aluminum pedistle post for support.. This gives the option to use the table surface outside. or #2 as more leg room in morning ( Just juice and doughnut ) , or evening TV viewing with just a smaller TV end stand table option.. The 2nd SUNLINE white to left was a 1979 15 ft we found locally and only had a toilet in the door room....I see your rear pics have shorter two row of glass window...
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Mine doesn't have the 3 windows in the back but it does have a sign on the right side at the window that says exit. The pedistool table sounds pretty neat. Do you have ant pictures of how it looks and works?
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This TT looks really neat! Would love to see pictures of the inside.
Just now figured out how to reply to an individual quote lol. Any how I tried to post pictures of the awning the other day without knowing how to reply directly to you. They are on this thread now though.Any ideas on the tear on the corner on the awning? It does roll out and I believe we can use it this weekend. It will need repaired or replaced soon though I think.
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"I think I will have a campover this weekend in the driveway with the nieces to try it out".jrcamp Monica and I did the same thing. We learned a lot in the drive way checking everything out and trying out all the equipment. Better to experiment in the driveway then at the campground.
How did your driveway campout go? We didn't get to do mine. This weekend will be maiden voyage for the TT and us. Hope everything works!
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