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Old 05-02-2016, 09:41 AM   #15
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Can I ask, "how much?"
I'll guess at $6,500.00
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The slides work well. Ernie showed me a place on the front wall side that I put a piece of vinyl strip down to make sure there isn't a scratch. So far no scratches on the wood or the vinyl. As for the price I hate to give it out without Ernie's permission. All I can say is that $6500 is way too high. Ernie gave us a ball park figure when we gave him the make and size of our coach. The only thing that impacts the ball park is the wood that you pick. I had to wait a year but it was worth the wait.

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Thanks for the reply fudgeanyone. I see you have the sierra maple on cabinets and trim. The pictures of the floor you posted seemed like the hickory was much lighter. DW was wondering about the match. I like the light but she was thinking of going with a darker. What made up your mind?
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Tom,

We took the drawer front with us to the wood store to compare colors. We wanted a contrast with the Maple cabinets. The dark woods just seemed to dark and my DW thought the light hickory would show less dirt. Since we have a large lab we are hoping the light choice is the right one. The drawer front I took with me was the one that covers the pump for the select a bed. That way I didn't have to take a whole drawer or take a cabinet door off.

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Thanks Wally, how does your lab like walking on wood floors? My hound dog has trouble with anything she can't get traction on. We might have to use lots of runners.
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when I put the maple in our coach, our poodles- the 6 pound variety, couldn't to jump up in the couch. runners are everywhere
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Thanks Wally, we had a double coated lab and DW says she could see the advantage of the light color.

Ernie, my hound would insist on runners especially with our new 13" foam bed. Are you still a year out for appointments?
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Tom, I see Ernie already answered your questions. Our lab has traction problems on the wood floor in the house so I expect the same in the motorhome. With any luck he won't be able to get his 100 lbs up on the bed. I do envision some runners to help him out up front. Ernie is also worth the wait. It gives you plenty of time to mess up the old floors.

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