You may not be interested in my reply. I have not traveled this route in it's entirety. But no matter, for what it's worth.
Route 65S to Harrison, AR, staying on 65S, destination Conway, AR, intersect with I40S to Little Rock, AR and on east to Memphis, TN. Using by-pass to I55S though Jackson, MS on south to Hammond, LA to I12E and Merge with I10E though Mobile, LA to Pensacola, FL.
If you are using I 30 from Greenville then at Dallas take I 635 to I 20 and exit onto I 35E south and you will have to deal with traffic in places until you get to Waco.
If you are already using I 20 then exit onto I 35E south and as above you will have to deal with traffic.
So to just to ask a question not a suggestion.
What if all the visitors told them to Pound Sand and not leave??
All this is costing some folks a lot of misery.
Here at Table Rock Lake the Rangers asked each visitor to leave if they refused then licensed officers would be brought in and the removal process would continue. Bottom line is that the utilities would be shut down, restrooms locked, and entrance gates locked. If your property were still inside the gates you may have problems getting it out until this issue is resolved.
We Volunteer for the COE here in Branson, Missouri and all parks around Table Rock Lake they control have put the guests on notice they have until Thursday morning to leave. The cleaning and hosting couples have had to redefine their contracts, but they can for the short term remain on site and direct their efforts toward a security role. All parks and boat ramps under the COE control are closed as of Wednesday, October 2, 2013. All employees are to begin furlough as of Thursday, October 3, 2013 and Volunteers such as us can remain on site for now.
Think Volenteer. Non-profits don't pay a wage, exchange of services. State Parks, National Parks, Government Parks don't pay, exchange of services. Many of the Private Parks don't offer pay, only exchange of services.
If you find a concessionar that manages State or Federal Parks they do offer pay; in most cases for all hours worked. Many Corporate Parks offer pay from all hours. Many of these for pay positions expect you to work more than 20 hours a week, many want 40+ hours a week.
I would think you would want to visit a Keystone dealer or find an RV Show where you can see and touch the modifications you have in mind. The measurements may be different, you may have to cut holes in the floor to put the receivers in for the table legs, you will have to procure the hardware to modify the chains to be able to mount the seats and fold them up. If all the components will adapt to your current installation then I would think a dealer could order all the materials needed.
We have the ’08 Fuzion 373, 12’ garage, 39’ long. It slept 10 when we brought it, it now sleeps 2. We got rid of the jackknife couch and the bench seat from the living room, replaced them with two recliner chairs and a built-in computer table. We changed the loft into a storage area; in the garage we got rid of the lower bunk, moved the upper bunk down to those pegs, reinforced the former bed area with plywood and made it a second storage area. The motor which raises the bed is not strong enough to raise the weight so it is necessary to raise it in stages so the motor won’t fault out.
Your welcome in advance.