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Old 10-16-2011, 09:27 PM   #1
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Calif RV Show

Just got back from Pomona. Los Angeles Fairplex. RV show was great.
All the manufactures were there. The layout and setup was wonderful.
Took my 15 yr old grand-daughter. We BOTH had a great time.

I wanted to see the newer Class A's, with slide-outs. What a difference a slide-out makes. The deals $$$$ were happening all over the place down there. You know the dealers don't want to have to drive all those rigs back to the lots after the show is over. Discounts everywhere !

Only one negative thing stuck out to me in a few models, even a $350K one......plastic kitchen sinks. What a disappointment. Everything else in the model was like a beautiful home at the country club....then BOOM !
White plastic sink. It had a porcelain toilet.

Anyway.....I recommend for everyone to go to an RV show.

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Old 10-16-2011, 09:37 PM   #2
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We have stainless duals in our Affinity. I really like stainless sinks as there is some give if you drop something. You would get the same thing with plastic but it would be white. Our two bathroom sinks are corian, so I guess those would be considered plastic. But understand what you are trying to say about plastic not looking up to the level you want. Then again, we have a really nice house with vinyl hung windows. At first I did not like them nearly as well as our privevious house's wood. But after 12 1/2 years I would have to say that from a performance standpoint the vinyl windows are way superior to the wood ones we had before. So maybe a plastic sink works better but looks worse.
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