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Old 03-20-2017, 06:07 PM   #1
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Swivel Television

After owning a cheaply made TT made in Indiana for 2 years, we just got a 2011 Wind River 250 RLS and love it so far. It pulls wonderfully with our 2500HD gasser. One thing I want to ask is if the rotating television was an option on this model? It will swivel around for viewing in the bedroom.

We haven't had it out camping yet, but I can't wait to see out it does. Seems to be very well made.
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Nice looking rig. I hope you get lots of enjoyment from it. We have a similar floor plan but ours is a Timber Ridge and doesn't have the same setup for the television.
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Old 03-20-2017, 06:36 PM   #3
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After owning a cheaply made TT made in Indiana for 2 years, we just got a 2011 Wind River 250 RLS and love it so far. It pulls wonderfully with our 2500HD gasser. One thing I want to ask is if the rotating television was an option on this model? It will swivel around for viewing in the bedroom.

We haven't had it out camping yet, but I can't wait to see out it does. Seems to be very well made.
Call ORV customer service, give them your VIN number.

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After owning a cheaply made TT made in Indiana for 2 years, we just got a 2011 Wind River 250 RLS and love it so far. It pulls wonderfully with our 2500HD gasser. One thing I want to ask is if the rotating television was an option on this model? It will swivel around for viewing in the bedroom.

We haven't had it out camping yet, but I can't wait to see out it does. Seems to be very well made.
I couldn't find a 2010,11 or 2012 with a swivel TV??? You have one?
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I couldn't find a 2010,11 or 2012 with a swivel TV??? You have one?
Yes, ours has one. There's a picture (outdoor scene) mounted to the back side to hide the rear connections.
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Yes, ours has one. There's a picture (outdoor scene) mounted to the back side to hide the rear connections.
Can you post it here?
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Here's a picture of the rear of the TV as it looks from the bedroom. Haven't tried to remove the TV for viewing outside.
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From watching this video and viewing the floorplans, It seems to us that this was custom made, either at the factory, or built afterwards by a cabinet maker. Regardless, it was well made. I may call the factory to see if they can give me any background. Thanks for all your input. We can't wait to take it out sometime in the next 2 weeks for a maiden voyage, and then we'll be living in it for the summer up north.
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Nice to see a few used ORV trailers on the market now.
When we were looking in 2013 they were nowhere to be found.
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Swivel TV

Our 2013 Timber Ridge 260RLS has the swivel Tv and we love it! We often go to bed early with a good book and the tv on with the late news. With the smaller room and the angle we watch the television we seemed to get a lot of glare from the Led lights. Rather than changing out the lights we went to a stain glass store and had then cut two circles (of frosted white) the same size as the lens on the lamp. Used a few dabs of Gorilla glue and it was perfect.
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