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Old 03-22-2011, 06:05 PM   #221
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What was their excuse for the wrong color John? Did you ship them back or did they make a deal with you.
I was going to order a lounge recliner from them but, hearing your story has me a bit hesitant??? Is this the correct site? Disountvantruck

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I Have not opened, nor removed the seats. the color , in no way will work. I feel they got the address switched with another order. I am counting on them to send a carrier to pick them up. ???

I emailed them Two times last week. and called, left a message on Monday.

So far. No Response. I will call again Tomorrow.

I also have a sleeper Sofa ordered. Also Almond color.
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Old 03-22-2011, 07:14 PM   #222
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They were very good to deal with for me. Always there when I called. That seems strange. I wanted to get the sleeper too. I just didn't feel like retrofitting it.
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Old 03-22-2011, 09:22 PM   #223
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Wow, they kind of missed on that color. I'm color blind and I think I could tell the difference between almond and dark blue. Have you sat in them and how do they look and feel?

We ordered bisque but they aren't scheduled to arrive until April 6. Did yours arrive on or near the promised date?

I hope they resolve your color problem satisfactory and that our seats look and feel as good as they make them sound.

Yes Dave, that is the site.

Cheers, Dan
Yes Dan, they were delivered at the scheduled Time.
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Old 03-22-2011, 09:28 PM   #224
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Did you'll do leather? Remember I did vinyl and the names of the color are different. I like vinyl for the durability, and clean ability. I am still looking for my color chart.
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Your coach is looking great. How do the new chairs feel? I ordered new captains chairs for my 280 from Discount and hope they feel as good as they sound. Which chairs did you get? We ordered the De Leon with the high resilience foam, heaters, lumbar support and adjustable arms.

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I did the same without adjustable arms. Mistake!! Oh well. I went with black captains to break it up. When I replace the carpet with a different color floor it will look good. The upgraded foam is great. I only did it on driver. All my friends that ride are partying in the back. They love the built in margarita machine. Haha. I tell them it's for shakes. Lol
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I did the same without adjustable arms. Mistake!! Oh well. I went with black captains to break it up. When I replace the carpet with a different color floor it will look good. The upgraded foam is great. I only did it on driver. All my friends that ride are partying in the back. They love the built in margarita machine. Haha. I tell them it's for shakes. Lol
Yes I did the ultra leather, everybody claims it holds up well and is easy to clean. I also went with the light color because I've been burnt too many times on black seats in the hot sun. If it's cold I'll turn on the seat warmers.

I got the hr foam in both seats to keep the wife happy. I did add the 6 way power base on the drivers seat to help to old bones when they get sore in one spot. I do have adjustable armrests on the smarts and really like them again just to change things up when I get sore, so I added them.

Where do I get the margarita machine?

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Captains Chair Laptop Table

This what I did in the CLIPPER to hold the laptop so I can use the bigscreen GPS with Streets/Trips when travelling alone or when the navigator is asleep. I have a dash mounted GPS with a 4.3" screen, but the big screen is real nice to be able to enlarge the map. The table swings to the rear under the armrest when not in use, or can be lifted off and stored in the basement if not wanted.
Sorry about the mess but I was still working on mods. To the rear of the seatbelt is the CB mount and mike holder, which includes a FM/weather/emergency scanner just under the armrest pivot. Included in this mount is a isle light, and a 12V power plug. I have since ran a speaker wire to this mount so that I can plug the CB or laptop into the main overhead speakers to better hear the instructions. This is all anchored to the seat base, so that the seat still swings and reclines as designed. I have since mounted a leather pouch at the base of the laptop table to cover the mount and hold pens and small tools. I've had this now for over a year and never remove the table as it swings out of the way with lots of room to get around it. Only remove it when I have to work on the dash or in that corner.
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Even your old swivverleys are better than our tripe ..if you had that job done in the UK..well..you probably wouldn't.. it would cost an arm and a leg..and a foot..I'm on the laptop a lot so I would need something to rest it on..if anyones got any snaps of table with swivverely ideas.. id be grateful..
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Old 03-24-2011, 08:44 PM   #228
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Here are some more pics. Before and after. Disregard the floor and runners. I just got it back from upholster. He did the sofa and the dinette. So all upholstery is done. Now I have to figure out flooring, and curtains. Does it ever end??? Lol.
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Old 03-25-2011, 06:43 PM   #230
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This what I did in the CLIPPER to hold the laptop so I can use the bigscreen GPS with Streets/Trips when travelling alone or when the navigator is asleep. I have a dash mounted GPS with a 4.3" screen, but the big screen is real nice to be able to enlarge the map. The table swings to the rear under the armrest when not in use, or can be lifted off and stored in the basement if not wanted.
Sorry about the mess but I was still working on mods. To the rear of the seatbelt is the CB mount and mike holder, which includes a FM/weather/emergency scanner just under the armrest pivot. Included in this mount is a isle light, and a 12V power plug. I have since ran a speaker wire to this mount so that I can plug the CB or laptop into the main overhead speakers to better hear the instructions. This is all anchored to the seat base, so that the seat still swings and reclines as designed. I have since mounted a leather pouch at the base of the laptop table to cover the mount and hold pens and small tools. I've had this now for over a year and never remove the table as it swings out of the way with lots of room to get around it. Only remove it when I have to work on the dash or in that corner.
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Thats very interesting..I haven't' seen one of those before..I'll show Hans..
he's forever complaining about not being able to see the sat nav !
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Here are some more pics. Before and after. Disregard the floor and runners. I just got it back from upholster. He did the sofa and the dinette. So all upholstery is done. Now I have to figure out flooring, and curtains. Does it ever end??? Lol.
..no spilling your dinky doos now !
Hans is all over me like a rash if I so much as drop a crumb ..
he throws himself down to pick it up before it hits the floor..I'm so clumsy..I'd admire from the outside..i'm not to be trusted..
Looks great..I cant sew to save my life so it amazes me to see proper
upholstery ..Thanks for taking the bother
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..no spilling your dinky doos now !
Hans is all over me like a rash if I so much as drop a crumb ..
he throws himself down to pick it up before it hits the floor..I'm so clumsy..I'd admire from the outside..i'm not to be trusted..
Looks great..I cant sew to save my life so it amazes me to see proper
upholstery ..Thanks for taking the bother
Went with all vinyl. You can drop crumbs and spill in it now. No stains it can all be wiped up and vacuumed. Lol. It is made to be used, but not abused. I am very happy with the way it has been coming along.
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Went with all vinyl. You can drop crumbs and spill in it now. No stains it can all be wiped up and vacuumed. Lol. It is made to be used, but not abused. I am very happy with the way it has been coming along.
?? what about paint ??
i've stepped off a ladder and put my foot in a mammoth tin of white gloss.. Hx2 bent over to pick the tin up and his mobile phone fell out of his top pocket and plopped to the bottom.. I was in hysterics..he went loopy..
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Here are a few pictures of my 1988 345. Some were from when I first looked at it, others are after the full detail job I've been slowly giving the whole rig. I love this big ol' girl, getting ready to go to Alumapalooza and planning a few stops along the way. That will be my second big trip in her since the purchase last November. I am living fulltime in it with my two dogs but I've been spending most every dime I get on fixing it up and buying essentials for a life on the road. I also need to sell off a lot of belongings, if I would just do that then I could probably afford the stuff I need to buy! Anyhow, I hope you enjoy the photos.
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Great story and Pictures.

Good Luck

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Old 04-08-2011, 05:56 PM   #236
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Here are a few pictures of my 1988 345. Some were from when I first looked at it, others are after the full detail job I've been slowly giving the whole rig. I love this big ol' girl, getting ready to go to Alumapalooza and planning a few stops along the way. That will be my second big trip in her since the purchase last November. I am living fulltime in it with my two dogs but I've been spending most every dime I get on fixing it up and buying essentials for a life on the road. I also need to sell off a lot of belongings, if I would just do that then I could probably afford the stuff I need to buy! Anyhow, I hope you enjoy the photos.
I spy with my little eye..something beginning with A..
Apple Keyboard the same as mine I'll wager..with the extended numerical..I'll bet you paid less than me
we get stung over here..I spy with my little eye..something beginning with C..Cosy Dog..
Great Airstream..keep sending the piccys..love them
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I spy with my little eye..something beginning with A..
Apple Keyboard the same as mine I'll wager..with the extended numerical..I'll bet you paid less than me
we get stung over here..I spy with my little eye..something beginning with C..Cosy Dog..
Great Airstream..keep sending the piccys..love them
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You should like this one as well then... Kirby loves using the MacBook, I just have to make sure the campground has WiFi... Plus a few pics from my trip island hopping across the Outer Banks of NC, Harleys in tow. Thanks for the comments!
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do you have pictures of your Harley s ?

Your wheels sparkle

Did You ? or someone Polish them.

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do you have pictures of your Harley s ?

Your wheels sparkle

Did You ? or someone Polish them.

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I polished them myself. They look way better than when I bought it but could still look better, the first time I just acid washed them with NAPA aluminum cleaner then used Mothers paste aluminum polish on them with a Makita rotary buffer and a wool pad. Plus a Mothers Power Cone in a drill for the tight spots. Yesterday I started re-polishing them starting with BlackFire heavy cut aluminum compound, then Mothers power metal polish then Mothers Billet Aluminum polish. They looked great from a distance before but still had a lot of minor defects when viewed up close, this time they are coming out as near to like new as I think they can get without sending them off to be resurfaced. Per your request here is my bike, it's a 1999 Softail Springer FXSTS, the last of the Evo powered Harley-Davidsons. I wish my back would allow me to ride long distances but it won't however with the Airstream I still get to enjoy some of the great roads I've long dreamed of riding. Just pull the bike behind me, camp near where I want to ride and enjoy Last pic is how it looked when I bought it, and how it looks now (bottom) except for the mirrors, those mirrors were hideous on my bike, I now have basic, round head short stem H-D mirrors. I've basically added a Corbin saddle, Vance and Hines exhaust, Willie G. skull accessories and some sticky Avon rubber. Oh yeah, and the Garmin/Harley Zumo GPS that jockeys back and forth between the bike and the Airstream plus I have a backrest and rack with two bags I bolt on when needed to carry food & supplies back to the campsite.
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Awesome Pics Peeps!
Keep em coming!


Meanlow...
I was down there last year, in May... OBX!
Right after I bought my Airstream, and drove it back to CA.
Our whole family flew in from England and across the USA, and we stayed at "The Wedding House", otherwise known as "The Mark Twain".
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