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Old 11-28-2017, 11:30 AM   #1
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1997 Solaris TABLE, BOOTH, CABINET DOORS AND DRAWERS INCL HARDWARE, SINKS

Hello, I'm updating my 1997 Solaris and hate to see stuff go to waste. If you want anything, give me $10 PLUS UPS packing and shipping or pick up. I've got a cafe table (I don't think it goes up and down, not sure why not), a booth with pillows, kitchen and bathroom sinks and faucets, and lots of cabinet doors.

Cabinet doors: 4 mirror doors over couch @ 12X16"; 2 mirror doors TV stand @ 9 1/2" x 23 1/2"; 2 wooden doors over bed at 11 1/2 x 32"; 2 mirror doors over bed at 12 1/2" x 16".

Kitchen Booth: 24" front to back; 39" side to side; 33" high. Two drawers: One at 8" deep, 17 1/2" x 16 1/2" with front at 19" wide. One at 8" deep, 13 1/2" x 15" with 15" front. Two cushions, back seat has velcro to hold it in place.

Cafe table is 28" tall, top is 40" x 31".
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Old 11-28-2017, 11:39 AM   #2
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More photos ... 2 drawers in the kitchen booth and the bathroom sink. I may try to replace the toilet also if I can figure out how to remove it.
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Old 11-28-2017, 12:18 PM   #3
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Here's a picture of the cafe table:
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Awesome! I'll put a list of things together and get back to you. I do have a couple questions:
- Do you have the small arm pillows for the couch, or are you keeping those?
- Do you have any original curtains, or are what's in there what came with it?
- Do you have the wall clock from over the couch?
- Is the radio, or more specifically the CD player unit, available?
- Do you have/are you selling the patterned bedspread for the rear bed?
- Would you sell just the cushion covers for the dinette cushions (easier to ship without foam)

FYI, the dinette table does not collapse, it folds down. The bar that attaches it to the wall acts as the hinge. Lift up on the table, remove the center support pole, and then hinge the table down. It then rests on the small wood strips on the dinette benches.

Also, the toilet it easy. There are two nuts holding it down, one on either side. Disconnect the water lines and it should lift right off.
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Awesome! I'll put a list of things together and get back to you. I do have a couple questions:
- Do you have the small arm pillows for the couch, or are you keeping those?
- Do you have any original curtains, or are what's in there what came with it?
- Do you have the wall clock from over the couch?
- Is the radio, or more specifically the CD player unit, available?
- Do you have/are you selling the patterned bedspread for the rear bed?
- Would you sell just the cushion covers for the dinette cushions (easier to ship without foam)

FYI, the dinette table does not collapse, it folds down. The bar that attaches it to the wall acts as the hinge. Lift up on the table, remove the center support pole, and then hinge the table down. It then rests on the small wood strips on the dinette benches.

Also, the toilet it easy. There are two nuts holding it down, one on either side. Disconnect the water lines and it should lift right off.
I wouldn't mind selling the cushion covers without the cushions.

Unfortunately I do not have any of the other things you've mentioned for sale ... either they're not there, or I'm using them. The curtains are a gauzy white as shown in one of the photos, probably purchased. The dinette table does have that fold-down bar you mentioned! Thanks for the info for the toilet ... I will replace it.
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I wouldn't mind selling the cushion covers without the cushions.

Unfortunately I do not have any of the other things you've mentioned for sale ... either they're not there, or I'm using them. The curtains are a gauzy white as shown in one of the photos, probably purchased. The dinette table does have that fold-down bar you mentioned! Thanks for the info for the toilet ... I will replace it.
Ok thanks!

Yes, the original curtains were velcro and just for show, and attached to valance boards with roller shades. It looks like the roller shades are long gone in yours too.

I don't think you can replace your toilet with a house style, FYI. I don't think there's the room for it. You can still get some replacement parts for your Aqua Magic IV in there now, if you want to go that route. But if you would just feel better with replacing it with a new RV toilet, I understand that too.

A couple more questions- does the dinette booth still have the small electronic detector in it? I'd be interested in that for parts, but you should have a newer LP detector in the trailer if you plan to use the propane appliances at all.

Also, I should have clarified, if you have those arm pillows and plan to recover them, I'd be interested in the covers. I don't need the foam on those, I'm just interested in the fabric.

Do you have a rough idea what it would cost to pack the cabinet doors to ship? I've never used UPS packing before. If you think it would be better to remove the handles and pack those in a bag separately, that's fine with me.
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Here's a picture of the cafe table:
Hard to tell from the picture but the finish and the Formica top on that table look a lot like my fold down table that's missing the leaf. What are the dimensions of it? I'm wondering if I could have a leaf cut from it. If either dimension is 25 1/4 overall (or larger, I can make it work), then I'm your huckleberry!

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Hard to tell from the picture but the finish and the Formica top on that table look a lot like my fold down table that's missing the leaf.
The '97 Formica has a very light pattern to it, with blue and red. Not sure if you have the same, but it probably wouldn't look too different if it isn't.
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Ok thanks!

Yes, the original curtains were velcro and just for show, and attached to valance boards with roller shades. It looks like the roller shades are long gone in yours too.

I don't think you can replace your toilet with a house style, FYI. I don't think there's the room for it. You can still get some replacement parts for your Aqua Magic IV in there now, if you want to go that route. But if you would just feel better with replacing it with a new RV toilet, I understand that too.

A couple more questions- does the dinette booth still have the small electronic detector in it? I'd be interested in that for parts, but you should have a newer LP detector in the trailer if you plan to use the propane appliances at all.

Also, I should have clarified, if you have those arm pillows and plan to recover them, I'd be interested in the covers. I don't need the foam on those, I'm just interested in the fabric.

Do you have a rough idea what it would cost to pack the cabinet doors to ship? I've never used UPS packing before. If you think it would be better to remove the handles and pack those in a bag separately, that's fine with me.
Hi there. I've been looking at RV ceramic toilets ... that's what I was hoping to replace the existing toilet with, not a home toilet. I do plan to reupholster the couch so I could send you the fabric from the little arm cushions, no problem. The propane detector works OK so I am keeping that. If you are only interested in the handles of the doors, it's easy enough for me to remove them ... no need to send the whole door. I can mail the hardware USPS. But if you're interested in the doors, I'll ask UPS for an approximate cost and post it for you.
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Hard to tell from the picture but the finish and the Formica top on that table look a lot like my fold down table that's missing the leaf. What are the dimensions of it? I'm wondering if I could have a leaf cut from it. If either dimension is 25 1/4 overall (or larger, I can make it work), then I'm your huckleberry!

Hi DIGMENOW, the tabletop is 31 x 35 inches including wood edging. To me it looks the same as your photo. White top with wood edging.
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Hi there. I've been looking at RV ceramic toilets ... that's what I was hoping to replace the existing toilet with, not a home toilet. I do plan to reupholster the couch so I could send you the fabric from the little arm cushions, no problem. The propane detector works OK so I am keeping that. If you are only interested in the handles of the doors, it's easy enough for me to remove them ... no need to send the whole door. I can mail the hardware USPS. But if you're interested in the doors, I'll ask UPS for an approximate cost and post it for you.
Oh ok, there are some very nice newer ceramic toilets out there. Sunline used a Sealand china bowl toilet in later years, but I think the Thetford china bowls are better built. I've had both. But the best way is to go to a local RV dealer, or better yet an RV show, and just give a bunch of them a sit down, see what you like and make note of it. A newer elongated bowl model might be nice, but it would be very tight to fit in the 2653 bathroom. So unless you are modifying to allow more floor space, you might want to stick with a standard bowl.

I would definitely be interested in the old couch fabric as well as the arms, and I'm not in a hurry. I believe the couch fabric is held on with hog rings, so removing it shouldn't be too hard and shouldn't require cutting of the fabric. I am interested in taking the whole cabinet doors, depending on shipping cost.
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Hi DIGMENOW, the tabletop is 31 x 35 inches including wood edging. To me it looks the same as your photo. White top with wood edging.
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Oh ok, there are some very nice newer ceramic toilets out there. Sunline used a Sealand china bowl toilet in later years, but I think the Thetford china bowls are better built. I've had both. But the best way is to go to a local RV dealer, or better yet an RV show, and just give a bunch of them a sit down, see what you like and make note of it. A newer elongated bowl model might be nice, but it would be very tight to fit in the 2653 bathroom. So unless you are modifying to allow more floor space, you might want to stick with a standard bowl.

I would definitely be interested in the old couch fabric as well as the arms, and I'm not in a hurry. I believe the couch fabric is held on with hog rings, so removing it shouldn't be too hard and shouldn't require cutting of the fabric. I am interested in taking the whole cabinet doors, depending on shipping cost.
I read on another, random forum a 2017 posted reply to someone who wanted to replace their Thetford Aquamagic IV toilet (like mine) that you have to be careful choosing ceramic because the inside dimensions are different and you needed extra space ... do you know anything about it? Here's the post:

"One of the main issues with replacing the plastic toilets with ceramic bowl toilets is the distance between the center of the hole and the back of the toilet. On the model you mentioned the distance is 11" vs 7 5/8" for the plastic model. On my 25fb I don't have the space for 11". So if you have about 3 1/2" to spare between your current toilet then you should be able to upgrade."
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Hey DIGMENOW. How do I access a PM?
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Hello there. I'm also interested in the table if it doesn't meet DIGMENOW's needs. Also, both sinks and 2 drawers under booth would also be helpful to us. I'll get measurements today and confirm the sizes. Should I PM you after I verify? Thank you for offering these!
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Hello there. I'm also interested in the table if it doesn't meet DIGMENOW's needs. Also, both sinks and 2 drawers under booth would also be helpful to us. I'll get measurements today and confirm the sizes. Should I PM you after I verify? Thank you for offering these!
Hi WITHASMILE, I think DIGMENOW wants the tabletop and I have somebody coming over who might want the whole booth ... I will let you know. Thanks for responding.
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