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Old 10-11-2005, 06:51 PM   #15
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Great Choice!

That's my favorite floorplan with the L sofa. I was thinking that my 22' LCD tv could fit on the credenza by the door thus good viewing from the long sofa. Where are the tv connections? Very nice. Enjoy.
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Old 10-11-2005, 06:57 PM   #16
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If it is any help, this is where the factory would install a flat panel TV on that model, Just remove the three peice mirror.
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Rich. Wow! A Land Yacht with a saloon deck! Amazing!

I can see why, as nice as you 29' was, that you fell for this one!

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Old 10-11-2005, 09:19 PM   #18
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TV connections

Cable hookups are at dinette as in Neatstream's picture (Does anyone know what's in the wall to attach your tv arm?). Neatstream - is it hard to view the 15' TV from the couch.

The other cable hookup is on the corner endtable between the couches. That was the only thing we didn't especially care for except for laying around on the couch and watching TV. I liked the idea of a 17 or 20' on the small table ledge on the curbside next to the loveseat by the chair storage. I could run the cable and electrical cord behind the loveseat and it would be hidden.

Another question. I've never had this kind of brake system. Disc brakes with the Actibrake system. I have the owner's manual but I haven't figured out how it works. My brake controller doesn't seem to work with it. I thought it did initially. It's an older Kensey brakecontroller and it may be time to upgrade.
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Old 10-11-2005, 11:16 PM   #19
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Neatstream - is it hard to view the 15' TV from the couch.

The other cable hookup is on the corner endtable between the couches. That was the only thing we didn't especially care for except for laying around on the couch and watching TV. I liked the idea of a 17 or 20' on the small table ledge on the curbside next to the loveseat by the chair storage. I could run the cable and electrical cord behind the loveseat and it would be hidden.
That's an impractical spot (above the dinette) for a small tv. My 22' LCD is small enough to fit on the small curbside credenza. I have the same curbside credenza in the 30'.

I just love that L sofa. I've been wanting to see one forever and seeing your pic was nice. I think it's the best floorplan.
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Rich, I've got 1,000 lb bars on my '94. It's dry weight is only 7700 lbs though, with an approximate 900 lb tongue weight. I'd suggest you contact Reese for a recommendation using your dry weight and tongue weight.

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