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Old 03-03-2010, 09:56 AM   #15
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My goodness. It looks huge inside. Plenty of room to roam. Enjoy it. Great looking coach.
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Old 03-03-2010, 09:58 AM   #16
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Nice colors sharp looking rig
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Old 03-06-2010, 11:41 AM   #17
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Romad, sorry for the late post as I just saw this today. We also have a 38T that could be a twin to yours. It is a great coach, have like 14000 miles on ours already. Did you say you have replaced the TV's with flat panel LCD TV? Did you do the work yourself? How did it go? What brand TV. I have considered doing the same, but have not moved on the idea, except to think about it.
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Old 03-10-2010, 01:52 PM   #18
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Beautiful coach, Romad. I hope you enjoy it for many years to come.
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Romad, sorry for the late post as I just saw this today. We also have a 38T that could be a twin to yours. It is a great coach, have like 14000 miles on ours already. Did you say you have replaced the TV's with flat panel LCD TV? Did you do the work yourself? How did it go? What brand TV. I have considered doing the same, but have not moved on the idea, except to think about it.
We love the coach and all of the additional room. I have put about 3K on it so far and look forward to doing a lot more traveling this summer.

I had to put in new TVs as someone took the Sony out of the living room cabinet and the bedroom TV did not work. Installed a 32" in the living room and a 22" in the bed room. PM me at gbscrr@netscape.net and I can send you some photos and share some lessons learned.
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Old 03-10-2010, 09:31 PM   #20
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I was wondering why the door was so far back. Verrrrry nice floor plan. Great rig.
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Old 04-20-2010, 08:03 PM   #21
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I have the same coach and love it. It is so good to live in. I made a change to the main tv and would like you to see it. I mounted my flat screen to a board and have hinged it in the center so it swivels to the side.I have storage space behind the tv. I still need to conceal the wires.
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Old 04-20-2010, 10:18 PM   #22
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Bill, Nice job, I did something similar with the front TV. I was lucky that someone had stole the front TV and surround receiver before we purchased the coach. CW gave me $1,000 to replace the items. I made a pull out drawer in the TV cabinet and mounted the TV to the front and built in DVD storage bins in the rear. I also changed up the bedroom TV cabinet so I can use 2nd sat receiver in the bedroom. Check out the photos: Winnebago 38T Flat Panel Install - a set on Flickr

Good luck with the 38T, we love all the room as we spend a lot of time in our motorhome. Maybe we will cross paths someday (GNR???). Safe travels.
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NICE! great colors looks very well kept ENJOY
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Old 04-21-2010, 07:00 AM   #24
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Gene: I really like your modification. That is an ingenious way to deal with the angular space behind the TV. I put off enclosing the space to hide the wires until I could figure what to do with the angle. Notice I wrapped all of the wires to the TV in a piece of pool vacuum hose I had laying around.
How did you get the rear TV out? I looked at it and couldn't see how it was held in. Mine still works but if it goes out I will change it to a flat screen also. Keep in touch.
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The top of the bottom cabinet is removable by taking out all of the little wood screws. This allows you access to the bolts that hold the TV clamps. That TV was DOA which was probably why it wasn't taken out along with the front TV. The rear TV mount also pulls out so we could use all of the wasted space for storage.
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