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Old 06-11-2017, 08:59 PM   #1
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We have a 99 Winnebago adventurer 35wp and my wife and I saw a picture of a coach like ours that had a table that hooked to the lip of the outside radio compartment and had a support leg that angled down to the outside wall, we have searched everywhere and can't seem to find anything about it , if anyone knows where we can purchase one we would greatly appreciate it , thanks
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We have a 99 Winnebago adventurer 35wp and my wife and I saw a picture of a coach like ours that had a table that hooked to the lip of the outside radio compartment and had a support leg that angled down to the outside wall, we have searched everywhere and can't seem to find anything about it , if anyone knows where we can purchase one we would greatly appreciate it , thanks
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Maybe ebay? We had one on our Suncruiser and it was the handiest thing. Really missed on our Journey. Good luck.
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Old 06-13-2017, 09:27 AM   #5
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It's still offered by Winnebago has a new part # , now we have to decide if it's worth the $160 to set a outdoor tv on when we have our shade room up, wish I could find a used one
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It's still offered by Winnebago has a new part # , now we have to decide if it's worth the $160 to set a outdoor tv on when we have our shade room up, wish I could find a used one
Any chance you have the part number. $160 seems a little steep. How big is the one from winn for $160. The one that came with our Adventurer is light weight plastic that is maybe 8"x18".
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Old 06-13-2017, 10:17 AM   #7
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We put our TV on one of these. They fold up very small, are very light, strong, easy to set up, and doesn't cost near $160.

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It's still offered by Winnebago has a new part # , now we have to decide if it's worth the $160 to set a outdoor tv on when we have our shade room up, wish I could find a used one
That's about the same price it went for in 2001 when we bought it as an option for our Adventurer.

As for using it to set a TV on I think it's a bit high. Unless you can tilt the TV screen down I doubt you'll be able to see anything when sitting in normal lawn chairs. You'll need something like a bar stool to be within the normal viewing range.

We used ours for drinks and snacks when entertaining guests.
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142034-01-01A , $160 incl, shipping
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Thanks Robbie
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any chance you have the part number. $160 seems a little steep. How big is the one from winn for $160. The one that came with our adventurer is light weight plastic that is maybe 8"x18".


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Thanks Phil.

I looked it up and sure enough Winnebago lists it as "SHELF - FOR EXTERIOR TV - BRIGHT WHITE"

I suppose you could put a TV on it. I would like to have another one. $160 is a bit steep so I may just keep my eyes pealed for one.
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That's about the same price it went for in 2001 when we bought it as an option for our Adventurer.

As for using it to set a TV on I think it's a bit high. Unless you can tilt the TV screen down I doubt you'll be able to see anything when sitting in normal lawn chairs. You'll need something like a bar stool to be within the normal viewing range.

We used ours for drinks and snacks when entertaining guests.


Good point , thanks Hikerdogs
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