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166  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Newbie very interested in the 2552... on: July 07, 2012, 05:42:10 pm
My vote goes for the leather all around... Stuart was very helpful when we ordered our unit two months ago, and one of his suggestions was the leather.  Am so glad we did, as we love it.

Denny and Barb
167  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Cloths Chute for 2350. on: July 07, 2012, 05:35:56 pm
I find it kind of fun exploring new cubbies that can be used for something.  When space is precious, every square foot (maybe even sq inch) is like a glass of water in the desert!  Smile 

Today mounted a 84 watt solar panel on the roof.  Want to have about 300 watts up there eventually.  Ran two #6 wires up thru the black tank vent so as not to put any more holes up there than necessary. The charge controller (40 amp)  can be seen in one of the pictures mounted right rear of bed. 
168  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Table leg storage on: July 05, 2012, 10:22:07 pm
This is just a bit of velcor use in order to store the pedestals with the table legs.  Tying a bit of velcor around on one  the the feet and using a tie-wrap to fix it there, the velcor can then be wrapped around all three feet keeping the behaved while not in use, but still stored with their legs.  
169  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Cloths Chute for 2350. on: July 05, 2012, 10:15:09 pm
Barb and I have owned our 2012 2350 for about a month now and enjoying using it and also furnishing it.  We have enjoyed the many hints and tips found on this forum, implement some of them... Now maybe it is time to give-back with idea's we have.

Daughter and family bought a 24' camper two weeks ago that had a cloths chute.  I thought, what a great idea to have a place for the dirty cloths to get them out of the living area of the camper.  But our 2350 had none. 

Looking around inside the 2350 for extra area's (We came from 7 years in a Winn Rialta, and know the joys of finding new cubby holes to store stuff!), I see room under the bed.  This is room there that could be used if a little re-arranging of a head duct and CO2 unit.  Moving both of them to the left opens up a 12x12 space enough to tack in a laundry bag of your choice and have a clothes chute.  Add a nice door and your set.

Also, there is room on both the left and right side of the water tank for long narrow items such as kayak paddles and I even shoved in the life jackets.   

Oh... fixing some hinges on the bed board allows one easy access to all the stuff stored under there like the paddles, jackets and electrical equipment, *(especially if one need to service them).

Below is some pictures... not good quality as my camera broke and at the mercy of the cell ph.

enjoy
Denny and Barb
170  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Mounting Solar Panels on: June 25, 2012, 10:20:07 pm
Thanks everyone... Going shopping tomorrow for the sealant.  I do have Kermit's roof drawing.

Thanks
Denny and Barb
171  Main Forum / General Discussion / Mounting Solar Panels on: June 25, 2012, 08:22:20 am
Does anyone have experience with the proper way to mount solar panels to the roof of the PC? Kermit gave the the structure diagram.  But what caulking (maybe the same pourable that is on there?).

Also... what material is the roof made of.... some kind of plastic or fiberglass?  Mine (2012) has a wrinkle type finish.

Thanks
Denny and Barb
172  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Got our Baby home! on: June 12, 2012, 06:57:57 pm
Well thanks  ThankYou ThankYou  for all the fine helpful comments.  I am loading the girl up as we speak to get her up to NORMAL weight and then will take your advice to first have the alignment done... OH... first I will lower the tire pressure (especially the front which is way over according to the door sticker), then get an alignment and then try better shocks and then the sway bar.... thanks...

Denny and Barb
173  Main Forum / General Discussion / Got our Baby home! on: June 11, 2012, 11:18:23 pm
Barb and I picked our new 2350 up at PC on Wed and then took the long way home thru Michigan camping a few days at Sleeping Bear NS.

Have to say the purchase day was very uneventful with the PC staff being very helpful.

This is a nice quality coach with the added benefit that we could design it ourselves adding and deleting what we need and use.

As I have noted with other posts, the handling is a bit to be desired.  Apparently I should maybe do a wheel alignment and maybe have some heavy duty suspension changed.   Air pressure in tires appear to be 80 front and 70 rear. I may play with that a bit, since the door sticker shows somewhat less than that.  Anyone else have similar experiences and what seemed to give you the most punch for the buck? 

Denny and Barb 
174  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Wooopee... My PC is done on the 6th JUNE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on: June 02, 2012, 01:04:37 pm
thanks as those were some of the spots we were eying up along the way. Pict Rocks is one of our favorites and try to visit each year. But now I want to see some of those lighthouses and especially the shipwreck... thanks
Denny and Barb
175  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: aimee rocks on: June 01, 2012, 11:01:27 pm
Yes thanks ThankYou Aimee for keeping this place clean and on track.

Denny
176  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Wooopee... My PC is done on the 6th JUNE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on: June 01, 2012, 10:54:42 pm
THANKS  ThankYou everyone... were excited.  Today spent decommissioning our Rialta to take it down there in trade.  After we pick up the new PC, we will be taking our time back to Wisconsin via lower Michigan to the U.P. and then back into Wisconsin. Maybe want to follow the lake as muchas we can.

Denny
177  Main Forum / General Discussion / Wooopee... My PC is done on the 6th JUNE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on: May 31, 2012, 06:29:08 pm
Going to pickup our new 2350 on the 6th of June... I can't say how nice these PC folks have been to us. Will explain more later on this.  (We (Barb and I) are like a couple of kids waiting for Christmas Eve)
178  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Things We Have Added to Our 2350 - Extra Storage on: May 20, 2012, 06:11:34 pm
like your behind the seat cabinet you installed.  Do you remember or have posted anywhere the size of the cabinet?  I enjoy woodworking and think something like that would be useful.  Thanks
Denny
179  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Mods to our '04 2350 - Foot Locker on: May 20, 2012, 05:58:49 pm
Bill... like the foot locker.. Do you by any chance remember the dimensions, or are they posted on the forum anywhere?   I am a woodworker also, and would like to do one of these for my 2350.
 
180  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2350 Rear Storage on: May 20, 2012, 08:38:13 am
Well, my zero grav's are history.  I returned them yesterday.  Will just wait till the 2350 is in the year and then shop from there. Thanks all for the idea's though.
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