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    New Reflection Owner.

    Picking up a 2021 Reflection 367BHS on Monday. A huge upgrade from our 2014 Coachmen 313RLS.

    I found this forum looking for tri-fold couch information. Looks like they have been uncomfortable since the beginning of time....and I seriously doubt the new ones are any better. I'll probably be looking for something to replace the one in the mid bunk room with. If there are any great options out there, I'm all ears.

    In the process of converting the 2009 mega shortbed into a long bed and adding air ride under the rear for comfort and stability. It's gonna be a busy next month or so. Add to that building a metal barn to put this big SOB under!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4dually View Post
    Picking up a 2021 Reflection 367BHS on Monday. A huge upgrade from our 2014 Coachmen 313RLS.

    I found this forum looking for tri-fold couch information. Looks like they have been uncomfortable since the beginning of time....and I seriously doubt the new ones are any better. I'll probably be looking for something to replace the one in the mid bunk room with. If there are any great options out there, I'm all ears.
    Using the middle section as the anchor, I ended up unscrewing all but the screws at the pivot of the rearmost section (head). Pivoted that section up until level with the middle section. Then reinstalled the screws into new locations.
    The other section (foot), I raised it by unscrewing the "U" shaped legs and pulling it out one screw hole. Pretty much level now. Still put a mattress topper to even it all out.
    Did a similar process on the rear sofa
    Love my 367BHS

    Rig: 2017 Reflection 367BHS
    Tow vehicle: 2020 F350 CC 6.7l Platinum SRW LB

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    Thanks for the advice. We got it home last night and folded it out. How in the HELL does ANYONE sleep on that thing? The two things I don't like about this camper...and the only things I've found I hate are those sleeper sofas and the dumb little bench seat at the kitchen table. That needs to go and we need to get two more chairs. And the table needs a folding extension in a perfect world, but we can make due.

    Kinda thought the GD would be built a little better than most...not gonna say I agree with that just yet. It's all still just cheap junk put together a little more pretty than most. Time will tell.

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    Maiden voyage this last weekend. Everything went pretty good. Gonna have to black out those dang sky lights though. My God, in the mornings it's like Jesus himself is looking right into the trailer! LOL If you like natural light, this is the trailer for you. The on-demand hot water is nice. Takes some getting used to and training for everyone to use it, but nice. I do think the kitchen grey tank dump valve leaks. When I take the cap off the clean out there is always water behind it and it is soapy, like dish-soapy. At least it's not brown. Might just add another valve right at the cap to end that problem.

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