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Old 12-04-2016, 11:10 AM   #1
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Can the 2017 DS 4369 Bedroom Window Be Moved off Center?

Does anyone know if Newmar will move the bedroom window off center if we delete the two upper wardrobes and the TV? I know they won't delete it entirely because it is an egress window.
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The slide wall framing probably determines the window placement ; but the only true answer would have to come from the factory.
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The slide wall framing probably determines the window placement ; but the only true answer would have to come from the factory.
You're right. I will have to ask. Thanks!
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You can make it look like a Mtn Aire with a larger window, TV and no closet area.
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You can make it look like a Mtn Aire with a larger window, TV and no closet area.
Thanks! Are you sure they will do that? That's exactly what we want to do.
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Yes I'm pretty sure but if they say yes I will accept no more than a 10% finders fee. You can ask anything when it comes to asthetics all they can say is no. Do not ask for a bigger engine I know they will say no.
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