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Old 04-23-2014, 03:41 PM   #1
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Building a new coach? Should you be onsite?

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If you are having a new coach built and are wondering if you should be onsite for the built, we kindly submit our video about our experience on the build experience of our 2014 Tiffin Allegro Bus model 45LP. This 8 minute video talks about what to expect and why it is great to be onsite for the build.

After documenting our complete build with blog entries and time lapse videos, we were asked time and time again was it worth being their. So, here is the answer in video form...

Going to have a Tiffin Coach Built? - YouTube

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Hi...

If you are having a new coach built and are wondering if you should be onsite for the built, we kindly submit our video about our experience on the build experience of our 2014 Tiffin Allegro Bus model 45LP. This 8 minute video talks about what to expect and why it is great to be onsite for the build.

After documenting our complete build with blog entries and time lapse videos, we were asked time and time again was it worth being their. So, here is the answer in video form...

Going to have a Tiffin Coach Built? - YouTube

Hope it is of some value.
Excellent video -- blows away the dealer walk throughs -- many thanks!

What is the angled antenna like device on your roof near the Traveler sat?
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Nice. We really love the 45LP layout too.

One question for you, from the video it looks like your coach has one large slide on the passenger side. Is that correct or did the 2 slides just look like one?
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Excellent video -- blows away the dealer walk throughs -- many thanks!

What is the angled antenna like device on your roof near the Traveler sat?
Hi...That is a 9db WiFi antenna that brings in the outside WiFi inside via a network cable. Then you can plug that in to your computer or router.

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Nice. We really love the 45LP layout too.

One question for you, from the video it looks like your coach has one large slide on the passenger side. Is that correct or did the 2 slides just look like one?
Hi...It is two slide on the passenger side. They are only about 8 inches apart.
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Hello All....

Well it has been quite a ride. (So to speak.) We are happy to say that we now have the final page now posted to our blog on the build. It has the complete time lapse build, the talk about being onsite for the build, and a walk though of our new home.

Hope you enjoy this final installment and have enjoyed, if you followed along, our build experience.

Tiffin Allegro Bus 45LP Final Build Videos & Thoughts | Outside Our Bubble
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