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Old 06-08-2013, 04:06 PM   #15
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That is one beautiful coach. Should be fun to camp in. Congrats.
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Old 06-09-2013, 12:12 PM   #16
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2007 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 38p

Our company have a 2007 38p Pace Arrow that we hire out for film & tv shoots, and they love it. The only thing is now we have to make a decision about weather to take out the rear slide to install a makeup room and lose the slide or leave the slide, but we're nervous about people tripping or falling off the step where bed used to be, decisions decisions.

It is a lovely rv to drive and here in the UK people always stop and enquire about it.
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Old 06-09-2013, 05:24 PM   #17
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Our company have a 2007 38p Pace Arrow that we hire out for film & tv shoots, and they love it. The only thing is now we have to make a decision about weather to take out the rear slide to install a makeup room and lose the slide or leave the slide, but we're nervous about people tripping or falling off the step where bed used to be, decisions decisions.


What if the make up table is mounted on the little step at the head of the bed in the slide and use the natural light from the window showing on the persons face?
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What if the make up table is mounted on the little step at the head of the bed in the slide and use the natural light from the window showing on the persons face?
The makeup mirror is going where the window is, so will have to board up the window sadly. But from the outside it will look ok.
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Very nice looking unit.

I'd be concerned about plates against glass in a fast stop.

Enjoy your time with the family in it.

Happy trails.
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Very nice! As far as the storage space make sure you get organized with storage containers. Plus if you rarely use it, leave it at home.
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That's a beauty. You are really going to enjoy the travels in that one!
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Very Nice, and I would have to agree with wayne about all that glass riding near glass. As for storage, don't forget what you have below, lots of room.
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Very Nice, and I would have to agree with wayne about all that glass riding near glass. As for storage, don't forget what you have below, lots of room.
Thanks.... But everything in the china cabinet is plastic.... And I put a piece of foam in front of the glass before we hit the road to be safe... Child safety lock on the handles to be sure the doors don't fly open- I think I have the bases covered

We are on our second weekend outing and DH has rearranged the storage.. Making things balanced and optimizing space... Working out great so far!!!
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It's a beautiful coach and really does look brand new. When we went from a 5th wheel to a mh I learned several things. First, I bought some ponytail hairbands to put on the upper cabinet doors because those doors can open if you hit a nice big railroad track or bump. I learned to use all plastic dishware and put away everything on the counter. For some reason things that didn't move in the 5th wheel do move in the mh. I also learned to keep heavy things in the bottom cabinets and lighter things in the upper cabinets. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine. It is a great way to travel!
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Another thing that works well are the small tension rods they sell in CW. They come in two lengths and can be adjusted some since they are spring loaded. They work in the medicine cabinet and the fridge. Nothing like a bottle of something falling out of the medicine cabinet or fridge when you aren't expecting it.

Enjoy your new ride and safe travels
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