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Old 04-17-2013, 09:40 PM   #43
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By default they are all single pane -but you can upgrade for the "dual glazed" windows if you would like. I have the single pane.
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:00 AM   #44
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Waiting to hear back from Fleetwood. Cannot find dual glazed listed as option on website for this model. Standard on Bounder classic diesel: tinted dual pane.
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Old 04-18-2013, 06:35 PM   #45
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Not sure where you are looking but if you select the "build your own" its on the option page -I have attached a screenshot pic.
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:08 PM   #46
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Not sure where you are looking but if you select the "build your own" its on the option page -I have attached a screenshot pic.
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I was only going on the brochure info, did not go to build your own.
Good find.
Good to know.

I am very intrigued by this model. There are 3 at General RV near me - gonna go check it out.

I am in early research phase. Hoping to buy used in a few years....
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Old 04-19-2013, 05:21 PM   #47
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very nice congrats we love our 2003 excursion don&bernadine
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Old 04-21-2013, 12:56 PM   #48
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Questions for the original poster:
Curious about:
1) TABLE:
Is the table easy to manipulate? How many positions can it be in? Is it wobbly?
If removed, where do you store it?
If you keep the table in place, how is the walking space with the slides in?
2) What is the OCCC listed on your yellow label?

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hello, I purchased the same coach on Friday and will pick it up tomorrow but I have two questions for you. 1- how did you get the sofa to transform into a bed? 2. what do you think of the ride? I drove it for about 20 minutes and thought it rattled alot when hitting bumps . I have a late model gas coach about the same length and the rattling was very similar and am wondering if The short wheelbase is suspect.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:28 PM   #52
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Hi All,
Good questions. As far as the table, it can become wobbly over time but there are three screw at the top of the pedestal that can be tightened periodically that keep it from being wobbly. The table takes some learning how to manipulate but not hard thing to learn. I don't think you can remove the table unless you unscrew from the base. We use it in coffee table mode a lot -really like that feature. The walking space when the slide is great and often we stay in Walmarts where we don't put the slide in at night. The room is great. The OCCC is 4,725 pounds. After I back out the weight of the water, gray and black tanks (completely full which is rare when driving) I still have about 3,825 pounds of cargo and people.

Congrats lowtiderider on your new coach!! I had a similar experience on the harsher ride until I had a four corner weight. The tires come from the factory at 120 PSI (which is really high). This will make the ride a lot harsher. Freightliner at Gaffney based on my weight requirements (cargo and 6 people) and adjusted the PSI on the front tires to 90 PSI. The back four wheels are set at 105. This made a HUGE difference in the ride and reduce the rattles. Also I suggest you put the TV up when driving too.

Hope this helps!!!
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Very nice coach love the drop down bed. Enjoy
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RVMeister,

I was wondering what mattress you are using for the drop down loft. Just purchased our 33a yesterday and need a solution there.

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Guys,
Does the drop down tv hit the counter?
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The TV rests on the counter.

The mattress pad for the overhead bunk I use is this:
Elite Products Sand Full Folding Floor Mat (Poly Cotton): Exercise & Fitness : Walmart.com
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