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106  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 04, 2010, 01:51:18 pm
Tom,
Thanks so much for your help! 

When I asked about switching the arms for the side mirrors to the shorter ones, it seems the 2011 will come with the shorter arms.
 
Due to your suggestion, I have added the on/ off switch for the sub woofer.
 
I was able to check into the fantastic fan question and there is still only one in the bedroom area.  The bath fan, as you mentioned, is still a little one.  I will have a vent cover over the bedroom/ living area fan.  Possibly, at some point, I will change the fan in the bathroom to a fantastic fan.
 
As you noted, the windows have changed.  They crank out from the bottom and are frameless. 

We have also upgraded the water pump to a Shurflo Smart Sensor pump. 

We are still in the process of finalizing the order.  It is very exciting!  We're still a bit nervous about getting the order the way it will work best for us.

We appreciate all the help we have received along the way with this process, from all that have responded.
Thanks!
Roni
107  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 03, 2010, 05:23:42 pm
Tom-
Thanks for all the reponses.  I do have a name- it's Roni.  I just thought it would be confusing to start changing how I was signing.

I am going to ask about ordering the shorter arms.  I just read an article about where the side mirrors should be in relation to the side of the rig.  It would lead me to believe the shorter arms might be better.  Actually, that's why I was interested in the photo.

http://www.fmca.com/polks-top-7/3161-polks-top-7-tips-for-maximizing-your-motorhome-mirrors

Thanks again for all who are so willing to share thier knowledge!
Roni
 
108  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 03, 2010, 03:45:45 pm
Donald,
Thanks for jumping in.  I appreciate your input.  I wasn't sure if I wanted the swivel passenger seat.  I guess it is good to have.  I will look into the windshield cover. 

Since you have the 2350 model, do you have any thoughts on the smaller arm for the side view mirrors?  I'm still haven't made a decision on that.  Thanks-
Echo11
109  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 03, 2010, 11:08:48 am
Ron,
Thanks for the photos.  It really helps to see the mirrors in realtionship to the side of the rig.

Tom,
Any chance that you would have a photo of a front, straight on view to post?  It would be great to compare to Ron's.  Thanks!
Echo11
110  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 02, 2010, 12:48:31 pm
Ron,
I have asked for a battery shield like you had made and they will put one in for me.  Although, I'm not sure if The factory is doing it or if Fretzrv is taking care of that.  I am getting a better water pump with flexible hosing in and out of the unit.  I definitely am interested in noise reduction!  I will have to wait until Monday to get the exact model number for the Shurflow unit they are putting in.

Tom,
I really like the idea of the sub woofer turn off.  I will ask about getting that.

I am still on the fence about the short arm for the side mirrors.  I like the idea of less width.  I am confused by whether you just can't see cars directly in back of you or whether it impedes the vision in the lanes to the side of you.  I guess my concern would be the ability to safely change lanes.  Is it possible for you to give a little more info on that?

Also, I was not aware that the windows were changing for 2011.  Do you know of any other changes that will be made for 2011 in the 2350?

Thanks again for all your help!
Echo11
111  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 02, 2010, 05:31:58 am
Ron or anyone-
Would you be able to explain the pros and cons of the short vs. the long arms on the side mirrors.  I realize the width of the motorhome would be smaller.  How is visibility effected?

I am taking Ron's suggestions of ordering a splash shield for the battery and an upgraded water pump with flexible hose in and out of the pump.

I am trying to make sure I include everything I need/ want on this order!  I appreciate everyone's imput!
Echo11
 
112  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Questions for new 2350 on: October 01, 2010, 08:07:56 pm
Thanks so much for all the suggestions.  To try to answer the above questions-

The 2350 comes with 2 fantastic fans one in the living area and one in the bathroom.  The air vent cover is made by Aeroflow, similar to the Maxxair brand.  It was suggested by Fretz RV in PA.  They are the East coast factory dealer for Phoenix.  (I live in MA.)  I am leaning towards having the vent cover in the main area.

As far as the passenger chair question, you can order the power seat, the swivel or neither.  My concern with the swivel seat is that it is right next to the barrel chair.  I don't know if it is necessary.  There will be only 2 of us.  Also, how hard is it to swivel?  When it is swiveled I guess you can't see the TV.  Also, if it is swiveled can the curtain be closed? 

For the power seat adjustments, are they the same as the manual adjustments?  How difficult are the manual controls to operate?

We are going with the insulated windows.  From past posts, it sounds like it is much warmer.  Also, since we have a very sound sensitive dog, the sound reduction aspect is important to us.

We are not changing the length of the mirror arms.  This is our first motorhome and we want to be able to "see" as much as we can.

Any other thoughts or suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Echo11
 

113  Main Forum / General Discussion / Questions for new 2350 on: October 01, 2010, 03:41:29 pm
I am in the process of ordering a 2350 without a slide.  I would like to get feedback on how to order the front passenger seat.-power or swivel?  What do you have and are you happy with what you have? 

Also, I am going to get a cover on one of the fantastic fans for better ventilation.  Would you choose to have it on the bathroom fan or the main area fan?

Thanks for your help.  This forum has been a great resource!
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