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Old 09-22-2013, 11:18 PM   #1
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Hi all I thought I posted this already but must not have sent it correctly hope it sends this time we have ordered a new Winnebago raven 3300ck and because I am selling my home which has a big theater and I have about 1600 DVD s we wish to livi in van full time and travel and so we will not miss out on what we enjoy we have put a deposit on the van and are having it made compliant for the Australian market and then we are having it shipped out here to start our traveling I rang our agent and he told me that the width inside the walls before the 2 slides go out in front of the entertainment unit is 92 and a half inches so I assume we can use the popular 92 inch drop down motorized screen I was looking at the ceiling recess model by grand view screens and I am not sure of the projector on the ceiling to get either so I would appreciate if anyone has done this to their 5th wheel unit if they could give me any ideas as I wish to have this sent out with the van to be compliant with 110 volts in ceiling so they can hook to inverter here to change to 240 volts our electrics ( we are upgrading to 5th wheel and still own our much loved 26.75 ft Jacob Heritage 2005 30th anniversary trailer but will be so excited to get the Raven over here as never had a 5 th wheel before but caravanned for some 30 years love the lifestyle
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Old 09-23-2013, 09:54 AM   #2
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Hi and welcome to the forum.

I can't help with your A/V question but I did delete your first post on this topic since our rules don't allow for multiple, duplicate posts.

Best of luck.

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