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Old 09-30-2016, 06:49 PM   #1
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Our 2001 34 foot remodel

We just got our motorhome back a few days ago after having work done on the interior. Here is a video of what it looks like now. I did not do a before.....but you all know what Alpine's look like.

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That's a great looking update.
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could you post a picture of the tv and cabinet...thanks
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Old 10-01-2016, 07:46 AM   #5
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man that turned out nice... love the tv... I see you covered your plumbing access....and did you have the dinette built or is that how it was..and when the pop outs in.. hows the walk through? changing the floors really brings it up to date....nice nice coach
The access was never available. The back splash was mirror. I see what you did.

The dinette is as it came from Alpine. We just moved them apart and built some ledges into the sides so that the pillows go down flat. Alpine also built the cushions out of two thicknesses of foam. We had them rebuilt with the same depth foam.

Walk through is not changed.

I will make a video of it in operation.
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The access was never available. The back splash was mirror. I see what you did.

The dinette is as it came from Alpine. We just moved them apart and built some ledges into the sides so that the pillows go down flat. Alpine also built the cushions out of two thicknesses of foam. We had them rebuilt with the same depth foam.

Walk through is not changed.

I will make a video of it in operation.
she sure looks good hope to see it some day...

on mine when I took the mirrors off there was a hole there.... I guess Alpine had it to where you had to remove the mirrors to work on the plumbing,.

we ordered all new stuff from flexsteel..so I'll have opposing sofa's..I wanna try to move the tv where you did...looks like where it should have been to begin with...Alpine should have called us to help lay these coach's out

we pretty much do the say stuff so maby I'll run in to you some day.. we boat the river and off road.. wife and I have rzr 1000's and we have a deck boat for the river....

once again... excellent job
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TV operation

https://youtu.be/Dd1KoNAbsQA
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Looks really nice! Will be posting video and pictures soon of our 2007 34FDDS remodel too.
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We have had the coach out a few times and the new TV location is a winner for us. The wife really enjoys being able to sit on the couch, her feet up on an ottoman, do her knitting (or whatever) and not sit the way she used to to watch tv in the front.

Our friends also like the remodel. Almost like having a new motorhome at way less than a tenth of the price.
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Our 2001 34 foot remodel

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ID:	153838 this is the fireplace TV lift setup my husband built for our 2007 34' Alpine. Turned out pretty good! He was even able to match the cabinet color!
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Attachment 153838 this is the fireplace TV lift setup my husband built for our 2007 34' Alpine. Turned out pretty good! He was even able to match the cabinet color!
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Thanks for the video. Enjoy seeing what others are doing to put new life in their Alpines.
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