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  1. 777Rich
    01-15-2015 01:47 PM
    777Rich
    Terry , I have the same Motor home in the Sunova model and want to replace the carpet with flooring like yours. Question what is the flooring and how is it holding UP? I am like you a retired AF 1950-1971 retired Chief.
  2. Yellowboat
    Thanks for posting your pictures of your TV replacement. We have a 2005 Sightseer 29R and last winter our TV had a greenish tint. About a week ago, while fishing in Sekiu, WA, I heard the TV go pop and the screen turned green. So now I'm in the process of replacing it. I talked to our Winnebago Distributor and they say they custom build mounts. The cost is about $500 for installation plus the cost of a TV. Best Buy will do an install for $250 plus the cost of a mount and TV. Neither will do anything to dress up the area behind the TV. Tomorrow I'm heading out to look for wood to match our interior. Our interior is Maple. It's probably easier to find a match for Oak. You did a great job. I hope to do as well. Thanks again. JD Allen
  3. GaryKD
    01-07-2010 06:38 PM
    GaryKD
    I do not know what you mean by a rally agenda. The Super Show is the event. This is a social. The purpose is to get iRV2 members together for some fellowship.
  4. kstateaddict
    Hello, I have just joined the site and saw your write up on installing the flat screen tv in your winnebago. I am very interested in doing the same type of installation and was wondering if you could give me some more detailed information on the installation.
    The main questions I have are 1. Did you remove all the metal support framework for the old tv support. 2. It looks like you built a box that must attach to the existing side storage boxes?? 3. How do you keep the tv from rattling or vibrating during travel. If you have additional pictures of the build process I would be very interested. My brother who lives in Washington is setting here and is also interested in the questions since he also has a Winnebago that he wants to do the same type of install. He is also going to join the site. He is also very interested in any info and pics of your floor upgrades. Also we both love the idea of putting the electric fire place in the rig. Great idea. Thanks very much. Jerry

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  • About pace89
    City
    Somerset
    State or Province
    MA
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Winnebago
    RV Model
    Sightseer 35N
    RV Year
    2004
    RV Length
    35'2"
  • Signature
    Terry & Bev:
    2004 Winnebago Sightseer 35N - Workhorse Chassis - Toad 2008 Ford TaurusX -
    FMCA 261771 - USAF 1956/76 Retired.

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