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Old 03-31-2015, 11:45 PM   #31
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Email from Dicor 7/19/2013 (so prices may have changed) about the table mount and pedestal:

MR. SMUCKER,

I AM SORRY TO RESPOND TO YOUR E-MAIL SO LATE IN THE DAY, BUT I JUST RETURNED TO THE OFFICE. OUR COSMO TABLES ARE IMPORTED TO US FROM ITALY AND THE COST OF THE PEDESTAL / BASE (OUR PART# IP-15300) IS $245.00 EACH AND THE COST OF THE 4-WAY TABLE SLIDE (OUR PART# IP-153481) IS $135.00 EACH. YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE OR BOTH OF THESE ITEMS DIRECTLY FROM DICOR.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

THANK YOU.

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Thanks Jamman. It is good to know the price for that table base. It is pretty cool. Now we need a volunteer to buy one and try it out so that the rest of us can have a review.
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Old 04-01-2015, 12:36 AM   #32
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I wonder if the sliding top could easily be adapted without that pedestal.
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Old 04-02-2015, 04:48 PM   #33
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Email from Dicor 7/19/2013 (so prices may have changed) about the table mount and pedestal:

MR. SMUCKER,

I AM SORRY TO RESPOND TO YOUR E-MAIL SO LATE IN THE DAY, BUT I JUST RETURNED TO THE OFFICE. OUR COSMO TABLES ARE IMPORTED TO US FROM ITALY AND THE COST OF THE PEDESTAL / BASE (OUR PART# IP-15300) IS $245.00 EACH AND THE COST OF THE 4-WAY TABLE SLIDE (OUR PART# IP-153481) IS $135.00 EACH. YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE OR BOTH OF THESE ITEMS DIRECTLY FROM DICOR.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

THANK YOU.

JEFF SIBRT

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2965 LaVanture Place
Elkhart IN 45614
Phone 574-264-2699 ext 137
Fax 574-293-2017
www.dicor.com
JSibrt@dicor.com

Thanks for the info. It contradicts the info on the dicor website as well as the FAQ, which says their products can be purchased through an RV dealer but not directly.
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Old 04-08-2015, 01:52 AM   #34
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You could turn your table 90° so that the slider mechanism works in the other direction. Of course, the cut-outs on the corners would be in the wrong location.

I like this look! I noticed it is very bright---did you install additional lighting?
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Old 04-08-2015, 11:47 AM   #35
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I bought an extra docking station (actually 2 - one for my house) and keep one in the RAV4 tow vehicle & the other in the trailer.
Thank you---are you happy with your satellite radio? If so, which one did you purchase? We have an older model in our home and the newer models seem so flimsy. Unfortunately, they don't make a docking station for the one we currently own.
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Old 04-08-2015, 12:03 PM   #36
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Thank you---are you happy with your satellite radio? If so, which one did you purchase?
Onyx Plus. Happy with it - love the 2.0 channels SQ. It is flimsy but should last awhile -- I don't push buttons all that often. Apparently the new home kit has a remote control? Have to look into that. Fat fingers probably not good match with tiny buttons.


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We have an older model in our home and the newer models seem so flimsy. Unfortunately, they don't make a docking station for the one we currently own.
No idea what you need, but if there is a dock, these guys should know about it.
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Old 04-08-2015, 12:23 PM   #37
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These guys are big in satellite radio: SiriusXM Satellite Radios, Antennas, Accessories and More | TSS-Radio

I have the Stilletto 2, the Executive Dock ( for the trailer or house ) and a vehicle dock. It now seems to be a sought after radio.
But, there are many options shown on the TSS site.
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Old 04-08-2015, 12:44 PM   #38
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Hummm, I thought all U-shape dinete tables went front to back and the standard built moved side to side...

Hummmm.
The 1-2 I saw at last year's Rally did go back & forth on u-shape dinette. We told ETI not to install ours and found it goes side-side. Not sure if this is a change or an inconsistent set up.

If you plan on a dinette and want to have four adults there I would opt for the standard vs. u-shape having had both. I'm with Donna and don't want either.
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The 1-2 I saw at last year's Rally did go back & forth on u-shape dinette. We told ETI not to install ours and found it goes side-side. Not sure if this is a change or an inconsistent set up.

If you plan on a dinette and want to have four adults there I would opt for the standard vs. u-shape having had both. I'm with Donna and don't want either.
Thank you. Once in a while we may be traveling with four adults but if that is the case we will probably be outside. My issue is that I wake up before the crack of dawn and hubby is a night owl and sleeps in. Having the U-shape table may give me "morning luxury" of putting my feet up, sipping coffee and reading or working on a project. After seeing the regular bench style I think I can still do that.

I never thought we would have so many decisions to make. It's awesome and overwhelming at the same time. We started to look at lite trailers and now we will have our dream trailer.....still pinching myself!
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Old 04-08-2015, 01:32 PM   #40
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These guys are big in satellite radio: SiriusXM Satellite Radios, Antennas, Accessories and More | TSS-Radio

I have the Stilletto 2, the Executive Dock ( for the trailer or house ) and a vehicle dock. It now seems to be a sought after radio.
But, there are many options shown on the TSS site.
We like the looks of this one! Thank you for sharing this site!
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