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Old 09-27-2002, 01:47 PM   #1
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2002 Show Hauler 26' Motorcoach

Upgrades
- 78" coach slide w/ slide awning.
- 17' upgraded Awning.
- Outside Shower
- Rack & Ladder (access the roof)
- 45 grey & 45 black tanks.
- Satellite ready
- Remote camera
- Leather sofa & dinette
- Ducted AC
- sky light in shower
- exterior graphics
- wood floors in kitchen & bathroom

Here is the standard equipment.

.063 aluminum Exterior- White Standard
Galvanized Storage Compartment w/ Carpeted Floors
2X3 Tubular Steel Floor Frame
All Steel Cage Construction (Welded)
" Plywood Floor
All Walls, Floors, Ceilings Insulated
Electric Brake Control
40,000 Ib. Hitch
Lighted Grab Handle
Tag Hitch wI7 way Bargman Connector
(3) 27 x 42 T -Slider Tinted Windows
(1) 27 X 42 Egress Tinted Window
Port Hole Windows in Bunk
(1) 15 x 20 Kitchen Tinted Window
Rubberized Undercoating
Porch Light
Electric Step
Sewer Hose & Carrier
60 Ib. LP Tank, Mounting & Hook-up
Black & Grey Waste Tanks Enclosed
L.E.D Taillights & Clearance lights.
O/S Storage Compartments Fully Open & Lock
One Piece Metal Roof
100" Wide Body
Radius Rv Entrance Door w/ Screen and deadbolt LP / CO & Smoke Detectors w / Fire Extinguisher
8 Cu. Ft. Refer w/ Raised Panel Oak Door
3 Burner Cook-top w/ Cover
1 Cu Ft. Microwave Oven
13" TV / VCR Combo in Bedroom
20" TV / VCR w/Antenna {mounted)
AM/FM/CD w/(4) 6 1/2w Coaxial Speakers
10 Gallon Gas/Electric Water Heater
(1) 13,500 BTU Roof A/C w/ Heat Strip & Remote Thermostat
(1) 13,500 BTU Roof A/C w/ Heat Strip & Remote Thermostat
30,000 BTU Gas Furnace {ducted)
Carpet in Cab
Sofa Sleeper & Dinette that converts into a Bed
Plush Carpet w/ Pad plus Carpet Runners & Floor Mats
Window Treatment w/ Pleated Day/Night Shades
Matching Quilt and Fabric Covered Valances
Pass-thru and Bunk Curtains
Oak Cabinets w/Raised Panel Oak Doors
Kitchenette w/ DoubleBasin Sink and Cover
Formica Tops w/ Oak Bevel Edges and Backsplash
WardrobeCloset lights
Queen Size Coil Spring 6Ox80 Mattress
Bunk Ladder
Ceiling Either Fabric or Vinyl
Patterned Vinyl Wallboard
7' Interior Height
Decorative Pillows & Bedspreads
Oak Magazine Rack
Cabover Bunk 42W
2) 12V Deep Cycle Batteries w/ isolator
8 KW Generator -Powertech Ultimate Diesel
(6) 12V Florescent lights w/ Oak Surround
(5) 110V Receptacles w/ Exterior GFI
Range Vent Hood w/ System Monitor .
(2) Fantastic Vents
(7) Courtesy Lights
75 Amp Converter w /50 Amp Service and adapter
Porcelain Marine Toilet
100 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
12V On Demand Pump
Water Heater By-Pass
Oak Medicine Cabinet w/ Mirror
Lavatory w/ Base Cabinet Storage
Bath Convenience Accessories
City Water Hook-up
Fresh Water Fill

This is my floor plan


1995 FL FLD120, M11, custom interior.

[This message was edited by warpath on November 20, 2002 at 10:17 AM.]
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Old 10-04-2002, 09:20 AM   #2
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I just made a change to my order. After really thinking about the layout (which I love) the bed position which is not walk around was worring me. It is really going to stink when either my wife or myself (I am sure I would get the wall side of the bed) need to get up in the middle of the night and I have to climb over her to get out of bed.

The 28' is almost identical, other than it has a walk around bed, additional cabinets in the bedroom and larger closet in the bathroom.

Glad I made this change before the chassis was stretched.

I will post the updated floor plan soon.

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Old 10-04-2002, 06:13 PM   #3
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The first time I looked at your 26' floorplan I
knew we couldn't get that one...that wall bed was
a killer for us also. What will your total length
be now? Also, what will your wheelbase be after
they stretch the chassis. Thanks and have a nice
day.
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The overall will be around 36' to 38', depending on how they cut the sleeper off. We had a idea on how it would go, but until they dig into it we won't know for sure. Actually, that work should be done this week. They gave me the wheelbase number this morning at work and I can't remember what I wrote down. On Monday I will update this post with the number.

I also added a DBS-3000 satellite system to the order, I figured I would probably add it later so might as well as get it done now.

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The factory figures the rear wheel placement from the back of the cab, aft. The rear wheels will be 227" from the back of the cab with a 28' motorhome. All of my measurements before I sent it where with the sleeper, but my best guess the actual wheel base will be close to 289"

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