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Old 10-12-2016, 09:35 AM   #57
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Old 10-12-2016, 06:52 PM   #58
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more on the alpine done...

drapes are done, added bullnose edge to tv, got new speakers and painted them to match the cabinets.. got a new table.. picked up 4" of chair room... it was a little tight with the 30 x 36 and stuck out too far... now it's 26 x 30''
added a wall clock
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Looks nice. I guess you decided to keep this one and not get back the gasser.
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Looks nice. I guess you decided to keep this one and not get back the gasser.
got the gasser back... then went and got the alpine back

bought two class C 's today.. gave one to my youngest son... and one to my employee that has worked for me for 15 yrsneedless to say they were thrilled
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all new furniture arrived today from flex steel, sofa love, and captians
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well progress on the alpine is slow or not even moving....problem for me is.... the sofa has a seating area of 5'7".... so that means if mamma every kicks me out of bed.... can't even strech out....that and no cup holders... I'm not letting her have that upper hand so what I did was made new sofa ends with cup holders now the sleeping area is 6'7'' and there are 4 cup holders
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So, what brand and model sofas did you go with?
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So, what brand and model sofas did you go with?
we went with all flex steel the sofa and love is the donner jack knife

we also got the new captians seats , I wanted power lumbar
as you can see... both have slide out drawers... but the face is not installed yet.... the love arm rests are not bolted on either,,
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finally got the sofa bolted down...gotta say though.... not too impressed with the quality vs price.....horrible upholstery work... , you can see the stacked foam that moves around...got the passenger seat installed and there's some thing broke inside the seat oh well to do over,... I would have left i9t alone.... the OG seats are way more comfy ... and look better
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