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    Re: Interior re-do.

    Quote Originally Posted by SLO View Post
    That sounds like the sick mind of a perfectionist. I like to think I go the extra mile but I think you beat me. Great job!!!!


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    I just figured if I am going to look at it everyday, I want to be happy with what I did rather than second guess myself by saying “if I had just taken a little more time”. Since I do tile as the main staple for my business, there is also a little bit of pride in that also. Anyone can do it if they just relax and take their time. But thank you for the complement on the work!


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    Re: Interior re-do.

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    Thanks! If anyone plans on doing the under bed door, pm me for more info


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    Hello. We are planning on doing an under bed door and can use any/all ideas. Thank you.


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    Re: Interior re-do.

    We decided to gain access to the under bed storage by installing a linear actuator. Lift struts won't work because the head of the bed can raise and lower.


    We also brightened the bathroom by installing an LED strip that can change colors, dim and "dance". I'll most likely just keep it on white or a soft blue...
    Darrell and Pamela

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    Re: Interior re-do.

    A little more room at the end of the bed would be nice to allow better access to change sheets in the Terry Classic v21. We are brand new to RVing and can't wait to try it out.

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    Re: Interior re-do.

    Quote Originally Posted by Furious10 View Post
    We decided to gain access to the under bed storage by installing a linear actuator. Lift struts won't work because the head of the bed can raise and lower.


    We also brightened the bathroom by installing an LED strip that can change colors, dim and "dance". I'll most likely just keep it on white or a soft blue...
    the under bed storage look awesome, but it seems noisy

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    Re: Interior re-do.

    Quote Originally Posted by edwind View Post
    the under bed storage look awesome, but it seems noisy
    Doesn't last long. But there are quieter actuators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog-Family-of-4 View Post
    A little more room at the end of the bed would be nice to allow better access to change sheets in the Terry Classic v21. We are brand new to RVing and can't wait to try it out.
    I'm trying the Beddy's. Please join our Facebook page for a lot more info.
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    Re: Interior re-do.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greggshere View Post
    So between last weekend and this weekend I got it all done. The two LazyBoy recliners I bought fit perfect. The wife wanted his and hers in different colors and I was scepticle, but now that they are in I really like the two different colors side by side. They are the same model of recliner rockers and there is plenty of room for them to fully recline. SO comfortable, and so much nicer than the booth. Now we can actually sit and relax. I think next I might up-size the TV just a bit so my wife can read the closed caption easier. Anyway, here are some photos I took along the way, assuming I get them posted correctly now that my PB is closed. I think they are sideways and don't know how to correct that.
    IMHO - You might want to use a storage container for that sewer hose or it will be dripping stinky water on the floor that can run anywhere it wants based on the tilt of the trailer at the time. NICE job on the custom work!!!

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    Re: Interior re-do.

    Quote Originally Posted by WillyBill View Post
    IMHO - You might want to use a storage container for that sewer hose or it will be dripping stinky water on the floor that can run anywhere it wants based on the tilt of the trailer at the time. NICE job on the custom work!!!

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    He may not have used it when this was done. Most store the sewer hose in the rear bumper. Thanks for the suggestion.
    Darrell and Pamela

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