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Old 06-16-2015, 01:41 PM   #1
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interior renovations

We're looking to upgrade to a Class A DP but are not crazy about the TV placement in most floorplans. I know that we could find a floorplan we like (e.g. front kitchen) but if we don't I'd like to consider renovating. Would it be a reasonable option to pull out the couch behind the driver seat and replace it with an entertainment cabinet and a standalone chair?

I haven't seen much on people renovating interiors. I did see someone express concern about weight differences to slide outs and how that could affect suspension.

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Old 06-16-2015, 03:08 PM   #2
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Shouldn't be a problem. A lot of new coaches are set up that way.
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You would have no problem making any changes to the interior of most RV's.
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Old 06-17-2015, 05:31 AM   #4
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Quite a few have made modifications, me being one of them. We got tired of twisting our necks to watch TV. So TV is now in it's own cabinet under the curbside window. It has a lift so it's put away when traveling. Took out the couch, put in two LazBoy recliners. Another mod we did was getting rid of the Dometic & put in a residential fridge. It's made all the difference in world in livability. The one pic of the cabinets upfront was taken before I put in the dark Plexiglas.
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Quite a few have made modifications, me being one of them. We got tired of twisting our necks to watch TV. So TV is now in it's own cabinet under the curbside window. It has a lift so it's put away when traveling. Took out the couch, put in two LazBoy recliners. Another mod we did was getting rid of the Dometic & put in a residential fridge. It's made all the difference in world in livability. The one pic of the cabinets upfront was taken before I put in the dark Plexiglas.
thanks! This is just what I might want to do. I'll brush up on my woodworking.
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