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Old 11-19-2005, 04:51 AM   #1
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traded my itasca sprit 31c for a 33v voyage the main reason larger tires for driveabilty and washer/dryer, which i installed. order from CW had it in two days. workes great vented splendside 2000. 4k miles and about 15 washes, we really like it. yep it wrinkles although it does not use as much water as taking a shower. their were are no factory instsalled hookup for washer/dryer in winnes under 35'. removed the vanty/mirrow thinny and made hookup for all hoses under the lavetory sink. vented straight out the back under the window. cut two inches out of the foot of the bed on the washer side. it was not that hard at all.
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Old 11-19-2005, 04:51 AM   #2
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traded my itasca sprit 31c for a 33v voyage the main reason larger tires for driveabilty and washer/dryer, which i installed. order from CW had it in two days. workes great vented splendside 2000. 4k miles and about 15 washes, we really like it. yep it wrinkles although it does not use as much water as taking a shower. their were are no factory instsalled hookup for washer/dryer in winnes under 35'. removed the vanty/mirrow thinny and made hookup for all hoses under the lavetory sink. vented straight out the back under the window. cut two inches out of the foot of the bed on the washer side. it was not that hard at all.
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Old 11-19-2005, 04:58 AM   #3
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Ron,
I have fixed (mostly) the wrinkle thing. When I am washing 4 shirts I dry them 30 min. Take 2 out and dry the other 2 for another 30 minutes and hang. Then do the other 2 for 30 min. (Some heavy fabrics may need a few extra min). I have yet to get levi's to not wrinkle so I line dry them.

Good luck with the w/d. I love mine and would not live without it.
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Old 11-21-2005, 02:13 PM   #4
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Ron,

We were thinking of doing the same, but thought it would not work with the bed. Didn't think of trimming the bed platform.

Does it intefere with the exit window?

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Old 11-22-2005, 05:44 PM   #5
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I was thinking of doing the same thing. Do you have any pictures?? Where did you pull the power from??
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