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Old 08-11-2016, 04:53 AM   #11
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Few more.

Front Kitchen.

Going in the bedroom and bathroom.


Side way bedroom with is very roomy.




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Few more.

Front Kitchen.

Going in the bedroom and bathroom.


Side way bedroom with is very roomy.




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Old 08-11-2016, 04:58 AM   #13
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We really love this Denali but we want pick it up for about a couple of weeks, and that's because we are going out of town on the church youth retreat.

Two big slide out.


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That does NOT qualify as a "tiny-house"!

Castle on wheels, is more like it. ��
Sweeeeeeeet.
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Old 08-11-2016, 06:28 PM   #15
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Hi Big1
Yes,, thank you for your service.
I had a 291RESL for about 3 months and traded it in. Looks nice but:
After living in it for a couple weeks, this is what I didn't like
No room in the bedroom to get dressed. Very little storage.
No room in the bathroom, poor lighting
The living room is nice for conversation, but not so good for watching a movie or TV. Having to look at the TV sideways, kinda hurt my neck after a while.

Yes, that is what we notice also , but was willing to put up with it which I'm glad we didn't. So what kind did you go with then?
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That does NOT qualify as a "tiny-house"!

Castle on wheels, is more like it. ��
Sweeeeeeeet.

Lol, yes it is big, thank you sir.
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Old 08-11-2016, 07:43 PM   #17
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i was down to that one or the 335RLK. i really liked the 350FK for the great kitchen layout and the king size bed.
Careful with the chairs. I am told by others that blue jeans will stain the leather. Just hearsay so take it with a grain of salt. Enjoy your new rig.
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Old 08-11-2016, 11:26 PM   #18
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Okay, I will check that out and maybe I can get it scott guard or something.
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Old 08-12-2016, 02:13 AM   #19
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Okay, I will check that out and maybe I can get it scott guard or something.
Just get yourself some good leather products to clean and protect the leather. Saddle soap is a good cleaner and for protection look for a a product that has a high carnuba wax content.

I use the same carnauba wax as protectant on all of our leather goods, that I use to finish my leather projects. A little goes a long way and it leaves your leather with a soft supple feelthat makes it feel like new.

If you have a leather craft store in your area you can get in quart bottles, last one I bought was about $25 CAD?
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Old 08-12-2016, 06:20 AM   #20
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Just get yourself some good leather products to clean and protect the leather. Saddle soap is a good cleaner and for protection look for a a product that has a high carnuba wax content.

I use the same carnauba wax as protectant on all of our leather goods, that I use to finish my leather projects. A little goes a long way and it leaves your leather with a soft supple feelthat makes it feel like new.

If you have a leather craft store in your area you can get in quart bottles, last one I bought was about $25 CAD?

Okay thank you hddecker, thank you I just wrote that down on my list.
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