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Old 12-09-2013, 09:30 PM   #2521
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Just curious as to where you put the space heater as there does not appear to be much room on either the driver side at water hookups or the passenger side near the water pump.

I have a short ceramic heater that I placed in the wet bay on the driver's side. I also turned on the lights in the wet bay and the one on the passenger's side in the pass through bay to be on the safe side. I placed the heater with the fan blowing toward the interior of the bay.
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Old 12-09-2013, 09:34 PM   #2522
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Sorry to hear it was so cold down there.
Was 76 here in Myrtle Beach. Just saying.
I wish that we were there instead of here. We start our return trip home tomorrow - hopefully in good weather.
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Old 12-10-2013, 06:38 AM   #2523
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We use the genturi for tailgating at LSU. Very easy to install. You first need to remove the chrome tip from the exhaust pipe and slip their adapter over the tailpipe and tighten the the two nuts on the u bolt. The exhaust extension attaches with a pin and has 3 pieces that make it extend above the roof line. I know we have a built in co2 detector but I also plug one in and put it on the front dash and it has never detected anything and we stay for 3 days at a time at Tiger Stadium and never shut off the generator for those early september games.
I use two suction cups from CW for my exhaust at football games. Works great, and come off easily.
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Old 12-10-2013, 12:48 PM   #2524
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I use two suction cups from CW for my exhaust at football games. Works great, and come off easily.
I'll do the same next season with the suction cups or the command hooks that jimbooth25 suggested. Just bought a bottle of Goo Gone. While we are camping this weekend that will be one of my projects to remove the two sided tape and get the sticky junk off the coach.
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Old 12-10-2013, 05:56 PM   #2525
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Well Jerry, I think we will keep what we have for now. Honestly I like our 33.1 better than I thought compared to the 35.1 after seeing a 360 degree of the inside. Seems like less kitchen countertops (the DW did not like that at all). It does have the King Bed,the drop down bunk,washer/dryer. But for the difference in the price it's not for us. I like our 33.1 just as much and also have the bugs worked out with it. We have only 3k on it now but we both are retiring the first of the year and plan on several trips in 2014.
Enjoy your retirement and trips next year. We are planning on doing the same.
By the way, I like your color scheme and that is another thing that Thor should have retained.
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Old 12-12-2013, 01:57 PM   #2526
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You can add us to the list. We just pulled the trigger on a 2014 33.2. We'll take delivery Dec. 27 (The Coach is now in Savannah). We look forward to interacting with the rest of the folks on the forum. We traded down from a 38' pusher back in January to a 24' Sprinter! Then DW retired... Now, with longer trips, we've found that the Sprinter gets smaller every day!

Hoping for the best with the Palazzo. Strangely enough, we saw one in Atlanta at the GoodSam rally and didn't realize at the time how much was included on the coach for the money!

I'll change my profile when we take delivery!!
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You can add us to the list. We just pulled the trigger on a 2014 33.2. We'll take delivery Dec. 27 (The Coach is now in Savannah). We look forward to interacting with the rest of the folks on the forum. We traded down from a 38' pusher back in January to a 24' Sprinter! Then DW retired... Now, with longer trips, we've found that the Sprinter gets smaller every day!

Hoping for the best with the Palazzo. Strangely enough, we saw one in Atlanta at the GoodSam rally and didn't realize at the time how much was included on the coach for the money!

I'll change my profile when we take delivery!!

Welcome & greetings form the Colorado High Country!!!! Hope you enjoy your Palazzo 33.2 as we have the past year. Almost everyone seems to like the Palazzo model they have purchased. In that we enjoy trips which last for more than one month, having the washer and dryer is a requirement the DW insists upon.

We love traveling in our Palazzo!!!

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You can add us to the list. We just pulled the trigger on a 2014 33.2. We'll take delivery Dec. 27 (The Coach is now in Savannah). We look forward to interacting with the rest of the folks on the forum. We traded down from a 38' pusher back in January to a 24' Sprinter! Then DW retired... Now, with longer trips, we've found that the Sprinter gets smaller every day! Hoping for the best with the Palazzo. Strangely enough, we saw one in Atlanta at the GoodSam rally and didn't realize at the time how much was included on the coach for the money! I'll change my profile when we take delivery!!
Welcome aboard!

The DW and I did much the same trading from a Winnebago Via to a 33.2. What a difference. We now have about 3,700 trouble free miles on it, with our first big trip scheduled for after it thaws out up north. Can't wait.
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You can add us to the list. We just pulled the trigger on a 2014 33.2. We'll take delivery Dec. 27 (The Coach is now in Savannah). We look forward to interacting with the rest of the folks on the forum. We traded down from a 38' pusher back in January to a 24' Sprinter! Then DW retired... Now, with longer trips, we've found that the Sprinter gets smaller every day! Hoping for the best with the Palazzo. Strangely enough, we saw one in Atlanta at the GoodSam rally and didn't realize at the time how much was included on the coach for the money! I'll change my profile when we take delivery!!
Welcome to the Palazzo family! Looking forward to,hearing about your experiences!
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Got and installed the gen-turi system today, took about 10 min. Max to install, I will be buying a second support for the top area I didn't like the amount of wobble it had in it when the wind blew. I also added an 18" extension to it to get it up and over the roof line, without it it was about 1-2" above the roof/ side of coach. It breaks down into sections and comes with a bag for storage/travel

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looks great !! I haven't used my 18" extension yet.. like you said it sways a bit with it on there. I'm done with mine until next football season and I'll try to brace it more too.
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THank you , I just ordered a Blue ox trucenter and I should have it installed in a few week's , I think this will take care of the crown and wind problem

mike
just had the install done today , and it doe's help quite a bit from what i can tell so far , I didn't have much driving to realy feel it out .

it make's the steering a little tighter from the start that in in self is a plus.

once you push button in to set , it take's the strong back and forth pull away from what I can tell on this first test drive with it " just from install back to storage " i will be doing around 1200 mile's at the and of this month so that should be a good test .
I think from what I have driven this will be a winner for us newbee's that aren't used to the back and forth and strong grip driving

I will update after trip

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You can add us to the list. We just pulled the trigger on a 2014 33.2. We'll take delivery Dec. 27 (The Coach is now in Savannah). We look forward to interacting with the rest of the folks on the forum. We traded down from a 38' pusher back in January to a 24' Sprinter! Then DW retired... Now, with longer trips, we've found that the Sprinter gets smaller every day!

Hoping for the best with the Palazzo. Strangely enough, we saw one in Atlanta at the GoodSam rally and didn't realize at the time how much was included on the coach for the money!

I'll change my profile when we take delivery!!
Welcome to the group of Palazzo owners from a nearby neighbor in Jamestown, NC.
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You can add us to the list. We just pulled the trigger on a 2014 33.2. We'll take delivery Dec. 27 (The Coach is now in Savannah). We look forward to interacting with the rest of the folks on the forum. We traded down from a 38' pusher back in January to a 24' Sprinter! Then DW retired... Now, with longer trips, we've found that the Sprinter gets smaller every day!

Hoping for the best with the Palazzo. Strangely enough, we saw one in Atlanta at the GoodSam rally and didn't realize at the time how much was included on the coach for the money!

I'll change my profile when we take delivery!!
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