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Old 01-10-2012, 12:02 PM   #99
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Ditto. Our couch isn't the most comfy thing, so I'd love to have a couple of recliners instead. Maybe someday!
oh i hear you. my couch has great drawer storage under it which i love, i can store all my dvds and books down there But the couch itself is hard as a rock, its the kind that has no separate cushions . just one piece. But one the positive side, it won't ever get "worn down" LOL
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Old 01-10-2012, 12:06 PM   #100
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oh i hear you. my couch has great drawer storage under it which i love, i can store all my dvds and books down there But the couch itself is hard as a rock, its the kind that has no separate cushions . just one piece. But one the positive side, it won't ever get "worn down" LOL
Ain't it the truth??? HAHAHA.
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Old 01-10-2012, 12:33 PM   #101
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Our Baystar has the Onan mounted on the right side and had the exhaust pointing straight out to the right. Dumb. The awning side is where you hang-out. As relocating the genny to the left side (as was found in our last two mohos) is not an option, I extended and ran the exhaust out the rear. Helps about 50%, but would still be nicer if that thing was on the "unoccupied" side of the rig.
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:11 PM   #102
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My friend removed his couch and put one of those folding wire doggie pens there.
I thik my DW prefers to lay on the couch.
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Old 01-10-2012, 04:47 PM   #103
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the couch in my Fleetwood isn't bolted down....

but the seat belts for it are. hmmmmmmmmm.
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I thik my DW prefers to lay on the couch.
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that's going to be a very very quiet trip....
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:28 AM   #106
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It only took two trips for DD to realize that when the sun is shinning on the passenger seat, it's time to move to the couch.
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I agree the location of the receptacle is ridiculous. I have a couple of places in my stick home where a side entry receptacle was useful they are cheap and can be found any building supply store.
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What page are you on?
Oh I'm here with ya, but the replies for all the other posts would have been the same with 2 words swapped out...
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Most common Class A design flaw

In my humble opinion the most common design flaw in Class A coaches is to put a 2 pane window next to the passenger seat. Each and every time I mention a point of interest on the DW side of the coach, she has to deal with the frame in the middle of her window. Looking over that bar insures that she will not see the object if it's on the ground. Looking under the bar, the view is distorted by the screen for the lower pane.

We are solving that problem. As we speak, a repair shop is removing the factory window and is installing a single pane, slightly tinted window next to the DW's seat. She won't have a window that opens any more, but she won't be playing peek-a-boo with that dumb center bar.
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I'm short, and it's just as bad on the driver's side.
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In my humble opinion the most common design flaw in Class A coaches is to put a 2 pane window next to the passenger seat. Each and every time I mention a point of interest on the DW side of the coach, she has to deal with the frame in the middle of her window. Looking over that bar insures that she will not see the object if it's on the ground. Looking under the bar, the view is distorted by the screen for the lower pane.

We are solving that problem. As we speak, a repair shop is removing the factory window and is installing a single pane, slightly tinted window next to the DW's seat. She won't have a window that opens any more, but she won't be playing peek-a-boo with that dumb center bar.
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I could use the memory foam pad from my computer chair. Won't give me much height, but it sure is comfy.
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