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Old 05-21-2016, 05:52 PM   #41
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1. I squatted down to take this shot. I was not going to crawl around on my belly to get more detailed photos, so this is it for ya.

2. Cabinet under the frig. Note what is probably a water tube (and I'm not calling it a thingie as I do recognize a tube when I see it - HA!).

3 & 4. Cabinet under the sink.
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Old 05-21-2016, 05:53 PM   #42
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Great info,
Looks like Escape has new pancake lights, very low profile and I like the new monitor with built in water heater switch. New ceiling light over dinette but none under the shelf? Seems like the extra insulation can be seen behind the head liner.
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Old 05-21-2016, 05:53 PM   #43
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That is the drain for the refer tube.
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I wonder if the bed cover is standard?
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Old 05-21-2016, 05:56 PM   #45
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I guess Charlie, aka as Tractors will have to come up with an insert to keep things on the shelves in the medicine cabinet.
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Old 05-21-2016, 05:58 PM   #46
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1. Cabinet under the cabinet under the sink. Or the cabinet above the floor. Take your pick as to what you want to call it.

2. Area next to the frig showing the mirror on the narrow closet and the furnace outlet thingie. And the bathroom door. I don't know what's next to the electrical outlet under the furnace outlet.

3. I did not pull these blinds down- someone else did that! And that's the truth. I just open windows. Anyway, it's a great way to see what the blinds look like. This is the window along the street side of the bed area, with the frig area on your right.

4. Both of the rear windows opened. Yep, I did that.
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Old 05-21-2016, 06:00 PM   #47
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Great info,
Looks like Escape has new pancake lights, very low profile and I like the new monitor with built in water heater switch. New ceiling light over dinette but none under the shelf? Seems like the extra insulation can be seen behind the head liner.
Yeah, you caught that on the lights. Thanks for the reminder. I did look around to see if there were captain lights or some such, but nope. That was it.

New monitor - that's good to know.

didn't think about the extra insulation. but yeah, once you cram stuff in there you'll never notice.
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Old 05-21-2016, 06:02 PM   #48
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I wonder if the bed cover is standard?
Doubt it. All of their demo models had at least a cover on to keep the mattress clean for when people flop on 'em (not that I've *ever* done that!). I did notice it had sheets on it when I pulled the comforter up as I was curious about the mattress itself. I didn't pull it off as I wasn't that curious.
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Old 05-21-2016, 06:03 PM   #49
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I guess Charlie, aka as Tractors will have to come up with an insert to keep things on the shelves in the medicine cabinet.
Yeah, Charlie, you reading this?

instead of stuff to put your stuff on in the bathroom, now you can build inserts for those with the 2017 style. Can I be first in line?
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I also notice the end cabinets are angled at the door end for extra support, the old style went straight across, now they slope down.
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1. I squatted down to take this shot. I was not going to crawl around on my belly to get more detailed photos, so this is it for ya.
This shows the step up, now found in the back of all models, regardless of whether the rear contains a dinette or a bed, as discussed in previous threads. This is relevant to those considering a reversed 19' plan (thus a dinette floor there), or roll-out storage containers.
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Old 05-21-2016, 06:08 PM   #52
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The old style had this raised floor under the bed, that is where the fresh tank is located.
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any shots of the under dinette storage to see the straight walls?
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1. Cabinet over the curb side of the bed area. Black wire thingie ( ) is maybe for the awning lights? Heck if I know, just a guess.

2. Cabinet on the street side. Note the cable and electrical outlets.

Can't be insulation as it's nice and smooth on the inside of these cabinets. Whatever.

3. Another cabinet that will be wadded full of stuff so you won't notice the smooth application of the vinyl wall. This one is over the back end of the trailer in the bed area. Yep, you'll notice those windows are open. Hey, it was rather warm in there with the trailer being in the sun all day. But much better than last time I went through the trailers when it was cold, dark and raining (outside - not inside thankfully). So, not complaining mind you.

4. Electrical outlet next to the bed.
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2. Area next to the frig showing the mirror on the narrow closet and the furnace outlet thingie. And the bathroom door. I don't know what's next to the electrical outlet under the furnace outlet.
That's the face of the furnace (incorporating both the heated air outlet in the centre and the return intake around it); the furnace has been turned with the long direction vertical to fit it in this space, unlike other models.

The recessed brown object next to the receptacle appears to be the propane detector.
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any shots of the under dinette storage to see the straight walls?
Nope, sorry, never thought of that. I'll try to remember when I go up to view the 21 when it's completed. Or maybe someone at the rally can snap that photo for you.
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Is the bath door smaller than the opening, i.e. is there any space to allow air inside the bath area?
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Old 05-21-2016, 06:18 PM   #58
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I assume the switch show in the pictures #38 turns the outside lights on or the interior ceiling lights?
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Very nice photos . The door colour really seems to match the trailer perfectly .
Pretty exciting . Appreciate seeing these -thank you .
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Okay, 76 photos posted earlier and 5 hours later, this is THE last photo I took of the 19. A great parting shot, reminding you of what it looks like from the outside, after your brain has been boggled by all the inside photos. this was not the one I took all the inside photos of, but the one that was hauled away so it's probably for another customer or will become their next demo model.

As I stated before, I wasn't able to see the tops of the trailers, so I don't know if there's any sort of area for mounting the solar panels to. None of the new 2017 models had solar panels attached. I don't have a selfie stick I could have shoved my camera on, nor do I want to.

I'm taking a break for a while before I start uploading photos of the 17B.

I'm glad these photos have been of a benefit to others. I can say that I greatly enjoyed seeing both the new style 17b and 19. And am very much looking forward to seeing the new 21 and 5.0TA, whenever they're completed.
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