<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by tomsm:
Duner - That rear slideout is much bigger than your typical bedroom slide. It's gotta be about 20' long. So there's plenty of awning length, but as you said, no protection over the door. However, it does solve the problem of the awning coming out over the top of a slider and then having to stick straight out. Actually, it's one of the few things that I liked about the unit.
BTW, the Adventurer that was parked next to it has already sold. They took it back to Lazydays to get it ready for delivery and brought over another Adventurer.
Incidentally, the TV is a HDTV - maybe that's where the $174k comes from. Oh, and the salesman said they would be glad to change out the plastic sink and toilet for china.
The Adventurer next to it, was that the internet special? Look out for coaches with a green dot on the windshield those are the student driver coaches used by the driver confidence course.
The sink upgrade would be nice but won't make up for the lack of fit and finish in the rest of the coach. I made door processing equipment and maintaind glue lines and presses. I also made and tested the molds and made the prototypes from those molds of interior passage doors and curved panels/cabinet doors. These items in this unit are severly lacking. All the door sizing equipment I made or repaired had easers (sanding drums at 45 degree angels) to automatically take the sharp edges off the 4 side edges of the passage door being processed.
The passage doors in these coaches were not processed on equipment with easers and were not manually eased either. These rough edges can snag your clothing or cut you badly if you get pinched by them.
The cabinet door and drawer faces were left too sharp in many places and would not have passed muster in our cabinet shop. The finishing shop would have caught this and either sent them back to be redone or would have fixed them before running them through the spray booth and sent a memo back to the cabinet shop manager to let him know of the problem.
For the same money or less you can buy a more upscale and better finished product from Winnibago and many other manufacturers that will give you more bang for the buck.