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Old 06-09-2013, 05:33 AM   #1
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I'd like get one of them their fancy Sleep Number mattresses. What are you guys dreaming about?
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I would love to replace the cheap slider windows in our NorthTrail BRS28 with jalousie/louver windows for better ventilation. But it would cost $1,800 for the two windows since they skin RV owners.
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Old 06-09-2013, 07:30 AM   #3
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Two more slides, ten more feet and a new toad.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:10 AM   #4
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Cheaper gas prices and more MPG. Now for reality, a decent quality mattress.
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Old 06-09-2013, 09:54 AM   #5
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Love my Sleep Numbers, one in the house and one in the MH, once you find your number it was the best sleep I've ever had. If you have a normal size mattress there is no reason to buy the more expensive RV mattress, just order the standard mattress, it's much cheaper. For what the RV sleep number cost you can get the upgraded pillow top model.
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The trim kit for my Safe T Plus steering stabilizer has been on my wish list for a long time. It allows the bias to be adjusted on the fly to account for side winds, etc.

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Sleep number bed in the s+b. Love it. The rig came with one, or I would have put one in. But trim kit for the safety steer, for adj. while driving? First I've heard of this. I'm intrigued. Pricey?
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But trim kit for the safety steer, for adj. while driving? First I've heard of this. I'm intrigued. Pricey?
Nope. It's for the Safe T Plus and not the safety steer. SuperSteer Trim Unit for Freightliner Chassis

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Cheaper gas prices and more MPG. Now for reality, a decent quality mattress.
Going to amend the above wish to include both the front and rear stabilizer kits.
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To be totally boondock capable. Here in Ohio you are limited to close sites in state parks. Primitive sites have more space. Solar and more batteries would be nice.
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Sleep number sounds good. Two things. Shirt cover for font of fifth wheel. Satellite dish
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