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Old 06-06-2019, 02:47 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Jesse A View Post
Thank you so much! Is there anything that you would change about yours? Or different things we should look for?
It came with a Euro-recliner in the garage that we ended up removing and put in our sticks and bricks (son's room). It turned out to be always in the way and more of a hassle then it was worth.

We had the steps for the rear patio removed from the order when we bought it new (they took off $400 or so from the price) and have never missed them. They would just be another thing to work around every time we travel and are hauling toys.... something else to strap down and take up space for us.

We had the standard pin box swapped out to a Mor-Ryde Pin box for a smoother ride and are happy with it.

I probably would have added the 3rd A/C if doing it over. 2 A/C's keep us cool, but if we are in the south in July, we've had to keep the door between the garage and the kitchen open to maintain a comfortable temp throughout the unit.

The rest has been spot on for our needs with just a few small mods like magnetic latches added to the basement storage doors (didn't come with them on either side like what is on the outside entertainment center and fuel station doors).

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