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Ernie, you got my vote!  Like the same width better and blends in nicely!  Wish Linda would allow me to get rid of the electric heated tile (works in 1/2 of coach, the other half is dead & cold)!

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Since we purchased the Foretravel, we have added new shades, valances- a thorough cleaning by our cleaning lady took 2 days. Same with the outside detailed. New cabinet tops are at the fabricator. New upholstery pieces are waiting to be installed. Just another money pit- but not like the Liberty

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Just think if your water pump failed and you couldn’t flush. Headhunter toilet must have a headhunter water pump- at 1000 bucks.

in this Foretravel there was a microfor - that went in the trash replaced by a 320 Dometic- manual operation

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Bedroom completed. I added insulation to bed box as the engine is there and could hear the engine on our initial drive home. My Wanderlodge and Prevost were very quiet. I also made a cover for the heat sink skylight, which we haven’t had one of these in 25 years. Brenda did the bed skirt.

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That's a complete re-model.  In reference to steps, that leaves tile, metal or slate....painted metal & sand? 

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New tile has been added and the new rubber treads will be installed, properly, upon grouting of the tile.

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