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Old 11-14-2002, 11:08 PM   #29
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Our 310 had the couch/table in the rear we opened them up and put a 4 inch foam over the them and made a bigger than king bed. perfect we use the tee-shirt sheets and it is sooooo confortable.
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Old 11-15-2002, 09:13 AM   #30
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Spinolio,
Glad you missed the storms here in Tennessee. We were afraid the hail would come our way and do bad things to our Safari, but luckily we weren't hit. Come back again, we only have Tornados in the Fall and Spring and sometimes other times of the year.
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Old 11-15-2002, 11:58 AM   #31
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Dan, the in-laws are in Hendersonville, so I'll be back


Another Question, has anyone converted the sleeping quarters on a 310, 325, or 345 from Lucy and Ricky to Brady Style? Anyone have any idea how difficult it would be without making a mess out of it?

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Old 11-15-2002, 12:36 PM   #32
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CHECK THE POST by Lkappenman above in this thread.....
Also there have been other mentions of this type conversion. On a rear bedroom model it shouldn't be too hard to redo.
Some have even done a temp conversion on the side twin models wher they have a foldout deal that makes the twins into one large bed. The only hassle is the rear bath access.

There is a 280 with low miles listed in RVTRADERONLINE.COM
as of yesterday.
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Spinolio,
You'll like Hendersonville as a place to visit or even live. Our daughter lives there, out by the lake. So do a lot of stars.
Good luck on your quest for a MH.
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Old 01-08-2003, 05:19 PM   #34
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I own an Airstream!

I found an '83 310 MH in great shape in Huntington Beach, CA., didn't even have to go out of state. It needs minor upholstery and a few other odds and ends but other than that it's ready to roll. I've got it parked in my Mom's back yard in San Diego until July when we leave to full-time for a year.

Thanks again for all the tips, I'm sure I'll have more questions as I get into fixing the small things.

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P.S. I'll post photos as soon as I get them from the lab.
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So did you get the rear sleeping arrangements that you wanted?

That's quite a story! It sounds like your unit is in good hands! Enjoy!
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Lucy and Rickey

No Fred, I didn't. It's rear twins, actually I think it was originally the rear dinette that converted to a larger-than-king. I think I will attempt to convert it back to that, or to a permanent larger-than-king sleeping area. Would attempt to convert to a permanent queen, but I'd have to relocate the fresh water tank to do that, a bit daunting, to say the least.
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