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Old 04-06-2009, 08:13 PM   #15
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Wayne yes I have done that to a 99 dip, I also had to deal with the studs sticking up out of the floor that the seat belts attach to also there will be 2 lag bolts on each end of the couch that will need to be removed, the couch can be taken apart so its not a big deal to remove out the front door.

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I had the same issue with the seat belt studs. I found a threaded loop and use them for bungy attachment points to hold the recliner and other things tight against the wall or floor. Our lag bolts were easily removed and not noticeable.

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Mark,

You're probably right about a local cabinet maker. I know what you mean about the desk reminding you of work though. Still, I use the computer a lot, and now I've always got stuff scattered about the dinnette table.

Suz and I both have laptops connected to the internet and each other via a wireless network in the coach. We also have a small wireless printer on the network, but we seldom get it out because we haven't found a suitable place for it, other than the front deck, and that's kind of a pain unless we are parked for quite a while in one place.
Sounds like a built-in desk makes a lot of sense for you.
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Many of the Allegro owners use a former Tiffin employee in Red Bay, Alabama, but he has not worked on a Monaco before. Does good quality work though. Was hoping to find someone closer to Georgia than Oregon (grin).

I have heard about the guy in red Bay and it would not make any difference to a good cabinet maker what brand coach, Im sure he could do a good job from everything I have read about him.
I think you might find the seat belts hid under the couch.

Yes Mark I was able to cut the studs even with the floor and it was not noticeable ether.

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