Pete Moran
8E4D0BD2-4029-4A8B-A02F-AE25EAFA4D4A.jpeg  7414D021-115A-45F7-98ED-85AF0FE8BA28.jpeg  DEF8BE64-7D58-4685-87A6-4B10F87FB227.jpeg  My wife and I are finding that we need A bigger trailer to take Camping trips with our two grandsons.  Our 2016 177SE is a great trailer, everything is working, no leaks or any other issues. Factory lift has been installed, tires have been upgraded to Goodyear Marathons. We installed a tv with an arm that provides for viewing from anywhere in the trailer. We installed a Suburban stove cover to provide more working space. The trailer door has a grille added as well as a support bar to aid in using the door from inside or outside. We are hoping to get a Retro 199 next. If interested, let me know! We are asking $13,000. If anyone wants to downsize, let me know!
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Delmar
Can you please explain or show pictures of the tv arm. I can seem to figure out how or where to install that. Pictures would be great. 
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Whatabearthinks
Where is the trailer located? 
And I‘m also curious to know how it’s equipped. Have you added a TV or anything else?
Animals can't sign things....
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mikes
Delmar wrote:
Can you please explain or show pictures of the tv arm. I can seem to figure out how or where to install that. Pictures would be great. 
This is how I did mine. It's on a piece of 3/4" baltic birch ply, which is fastened to the wall with screws (into the backer) and hollow wall anchors (the expanding metal type, into the lauan). I didn't trust just the backer which was there. The TV mount is bolted to the ply, which is in turn attached to the wall. It swings out like this and can be seen from the seat, as you see, it will also swing in out of the way for viewing from the bed. If positioned just right, you can watch from both places a the same time, by watching in the mirror.
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Mike
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