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Old 07-25-2016, 10:01 PM   #91
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Under the dinette cushions, part 2

Okay, two more photos of the green hose and the gauge/pump/whatever above it. Yeah, clueless about all this. I'm gonna need a diagram for when we get our trailer. Jeez.

Last two photos are on the passenger side. This is a battery, isn't it?
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:10 PM   #92
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Under the dinette cushions, part 3

Passenger side. 2nd photo shows the area between the battery and the back wall of the trailer. Boy, was that fun to get that photo!

last photo shows the opening area all closed up and you can see the vinyl bottom of the cushion.
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:12 PM   #93
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Under the dinette cushions, part 3

Passenger side. 2nd photo shows the area between the battery and the back wall of the trailer. Boy, was that fun to get that photo!

last photo shows the opening area all closed up and you can see the vinyl bottom of the cushion.

(Okay, might be some delays here as I keep getting a message that my post won't load or some such regarding timing out)
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:16 PM   #94
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Well, pooey, the photos didn't load on the last post. Must be cuz of that time out message or some such. We'll try again.
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:20 PM   #95
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Okay, kind of interesting here:

The floor area of the dinette again, but more to show you the legs of the table and then the underneath of the table. Heck if I know where the locking lever is. I couldn't easily find it with my fingers, but I really didn't know what I was feeling around for so I could have found it and not known what it was. We're not getting the table installed in our u-shaped dinette, so I wasn't super concerned about it, but it would have been nice to have moved the table around for when I measured the windows (those measurements later).
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:26 PM   #96
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Some photos of various lights:

First is a close up of the one over the kitchen counter and then a longer shot of the same light. It measures 4x6, as previously mentioned.

Next two are of the ceiling in the kitchen/walkway area. I didn't measure that light. Nor did I measure the a/c unit, however, I did stand under it and I had a bit of clearance, so for grins I measured it. It's 6 feet plus one quarter of an inch! Dang! And the height from the floor to the light itself is 74". Folks taller than me (5'10") beware!
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:31 PM   #97
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Okay, let's scamper outside as I'm tired of the inside. More photos of the inside to go, but I want a break. Enjoy the sun and all that.

The awning! On this model it's the Carefree model. On the 19' demo I took photos of earlier, it's the Dometic style. I did not compare the two today as I'm not sure what folks will actually end up with on their 2nd Gen trailers. I asked Krista and she said she wasn't sure which one they were going with. She said they're still testing them out to see which works better. I know someone previously said there were some supply issues with the Dometic. Who the heck knows! You'll find out when you get your trailer, I guess.

Unfortunately, she confirmed you can't pick a certain color, even if you're willing to pay extra for it. oh well, one can only ask.
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:42 PM   #98
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Rats, thought we'd spend more time in the sun, but alas, that's it. Now for the measurement intense posts. The cabinets! a reminder that I'm giving measurements for shoving a solid object through the door opening.

first up is what's many times used for the microwave. It was really nice to see this without the microwave as we're not getting one. Plus, the door was attached - I didn't know it hinged upwards! I told Reace I thought that was great and he said they did it so the door wouldn't be sticking out so someone could smack into it. Heck if I know who would do that.

So, from hinge to hinge (or whatever those things are called that raise it up): 17.25 wide by 11.25 high be 23 deep.

There's a pipe that runs through these cabinets and it measures 4" out from the wall and 13" in from the door. Heck if I know what it's for. I'm sure someone else knows and will tell us!

Cabinet under the microwave cabinet: 17.75 side (doesn't have hinges on both sides) by 34" high by 23" deep

Over the microwave cabinet: 17.75 by 5.25 by 22 (bit of a curve in the ceiling/wall area there)

Cabinet just above the floor (and under the clothes closet): 18 wide by 11 high by 9 deep, but then I also wrote down 8.75 without a reference, so I'm not sure what's going on there. And it doesn't look that deep in the photo, so maybe I'm goofing things up a bit. Take it with a grain of salt, okay?
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:50 PM   #99
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Electrical outlet

One of my other reasons for going up there was to figure out if I wanted more electrical outlets added in than what's standard. Yep, I probably will, but will sit down with Dirk to discuss that tomorrow or whenever. Not now. Anyway, here's photos of the stock outlets:

1. On the side of the drawer stack. From photos posted by an owner of a 2nd Gen trailer, if you get the extended height stack (which we're doing) and the flip up table added on, these will be above the table. The demo trailer didn't have a flip up counter as that's an add-on with an extra charge.

2. Outlets (including cable outlet, I believe) above the drawer stack. Lots of folks will hang their TV in this area; therefore the cable outlet.

3. Driver's side above the bed, on the upper cabinet. I has asked about one getting added to the other side and was told it would be on the cabinet face and not on the wall.

4. Kitchen outlet.
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:55 PM   #100
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Electrical outlets, part 2

1. In the dinette area. I'm thinking of adding another one in that area as I'm afraid of tripping over any cords dangling over the cushions. Yeah, I trip over stuff quite easily. Or will yank it out or whatever.

Anyway, I can add another one on the other side of the lower dinette area or on the upper cabinet facings. I haven't decided which will work better. Do I want to bend over to plug in or reach up? and if you're getting the u-shaped dinette, this outlet will be moved forward.

2. Okay, not an outlet, but the other side of the dinette area in case anyone needs to see that better than my previous photo.
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