We love the 23D floor plan on the Pro Master chassis. But I really want a comfortable full time dining solution. Sitting on the beds is not comfortable as they are too high and my feet dangle so just putting in a smaller table that can be swung out of the way isn't going to do it. Thanks ConfusedRVer for posting this solution on your blog.
So I have two ideas. One is to replace the love seat with a Ram Promaster bench seat that is custom made for the space.
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Then the table can go in the existing hole and we are good. I called and they said the depth of the bench seat is 24" so that should leave the hole exposed. Has anyone done this? They custom make the width so I should be good there and I suspect I can ask to have the metal supports placed to bolt into the existing supports. If anyone has removed their loveseat on a 23D or 23A and can provide a picture or verify if this would work I would greatly appreciate it. Bonus is I can use the under seat area for shoes, dog beds etc.
The other is to put a new table support hole in a location where the table can be up when the slide is in. Has anyone done this?
These tables are supposed to be lighter weight foam and can be had with a flush or surface mount.
Another question is has anyone seen the loveseat design for the 2018 models? We sat in the 2017 loveseat and found it very uncomfortable. But in the pictures it appears to be a slightly different design in the 2018 models. We do not have one we can see locally.
I guess a third option is to install one half of a dinette in the space of the love seat. Something like this. The measurements I took on the one I saw said a 46" wide seat that was no more than 32" deep would leave the current table hole exposed.
Does anyone know if Winnebago ever addressed the low hanging/dragging sewer connections? We have a sloped driveway and would be sorely disappointed if we couldn't get it up the driveway. From what I've read it is impossible without modifications and even then quite iffy. Any one have pictures of the types of slopes they can do with their modifications?
Thanks for your help!