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Old 02-21-2021, 04:16 PM
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Here are pictures of our new TM. You'll notice that it doesn't have the typical graphics because the person that ordered this originally asked TM not to put them on there.
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Old 02-21-2021, 06:11 PM
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Very nice. Congratulations! So that last picture is the best explanation Iíve ever seen as to why there is such a gap between the bathroom wall and the side wall... So you donít have to take the shower curtain down! Ours isnít up, weíve never used it.
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Old 02-21-2021, 10:10 PM
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Very nice-looking unit. To my surprise, I find that I don't miss the graphics.

Like mine, it appears that your unit doesn't have the backup lights wired in. The factory assured me that they would be doing so in the future. But in the meantime, I'm trying to figure out how to snake the wires from behind the refrig (where they are capped off) to the rear wall where the tail lights are. If I can do it, I'll change out the taillight fixtures to ones with backup lights. If you come up with an idea, let me know, please.

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I see there are no vents on the front shell, interesting. Good looking rig and I agree with Bill on the missing graphics.
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Old 02-22-2021, 09:42 AM
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Bill- Disconnect one of the wires to each tail light at the refrigerator. Attach new tail light wires and a reverse light wire to each disconnected wire. SLOWLY pull the wires from the tail light end, which will then pull the new wires with it. Viola, you now have back up wires.

This may be even easier to do in two sections; one through the rear shell and one down the lift arm to the refrigerator cavity.
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Old 02-22-2021, 09:44 AM
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Kidkraz- I think they are now putting the fan on one side of the A/C and a vent on the other. They tried to get away from the vents since a hole in the roof is always a hole in the roof. But folks really wanted an extra vent, so thatís the design now...
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Where is the furnace intake/exhaust? That I couldn't find.
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In the first pic, it appears to be just forward of the entry door, which matches the floor plan for the 2922KB.

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That is correct - the furnace vent is behind where the entry door latches to when it’s open all the way. The furnace is under the dinette seat by the door. Custom RV said not to leave the door open when running the furnace since it will delaminate/warp the siding. At first I thought it was a weird place to put the vent, but then my husband mentioned that assuming it’s cold enough to run the heater, you probably wouldn’t have the entry door wide open!

Oh, and I ended up having to move the shower curtain after I took these pictures - it got in the way a little bit of the shells closing, so I just ended up laying it on top of the folder bathroom walls.

We had asked Custom RV whether TMs came with back up lights or not. Scott said that they don’t include them which seems weird/not as safe to me. So, at least as of July last year when this one was was manufactured, they didn’t do back up lights.

I also got new locks keyed to the entry door and installed then this weekend for the baggage compartment doors and the outside shower door (which took a bit of effort to get in there, but it seems to be working fine now). Instead of having three keys now, I have the one for the trailer since I will now have plenty of other keys for the things like the hitch lock, coupler lock, etc.

Also, just because I was curious, I took pictures from inside the closed trailer. I was curious to see how much space there was. We didn’t end up closing the outer front shell since just closing the back made was enough to get the idea. Let me know if anyone is interested in seeing those pictures, and I’ll post them. I also took some quick video as well!
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Old 02-23-2021, 07:18 AM
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Yes post the pictures please!
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