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Old 05-22-2014, 08:03 AM   #31
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seeing mined not to biig we dont carry much in there,
4 folding chars,
1 rug, 1 small gas grill that came with Tt
1 small charcol grill
charcoal
lighter fluid
leaf blower
extension cord
2.5 gal bucket with some varius cleaning, care supplies,
xchocks when not on the rv
smalles packer tye box with sewer connectors and such
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Old 05-22-2014, 08:24 AM   #32
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Four folding chairs, beach umbrella, grill, plenty of tools (wrenches, torque wrench, breaker bar, pliers, bow saw, hatchet, duct tape, WD-40, etc.), extra parts, rug, and potable hose.

I like to leave the rest of the space open in case I need a place to hide.

Fishing rod under the dinette.
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Old 05-22-2014, 09:36 AM   #35
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The only thing that HAS to go in the pass-thru bay is the patio carpet, though the collapsible chairs go in there also. Our particular rig has more than enough storage bin space for what we take along.
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Old 05-27-2014, 01:22 AM   #37
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What does everyone carry in their Pass Through Storage

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Easier to just show you.

Thanks for the pix. My Tailgater hogs the left side of our bed(surrounded by pillows) to make sure it doesn't bounce to much. I'm re- orging the front pit to get it off the bed. You keep a much neater "basement" than we do.😏
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Old 05-27-2014, 01:27 PM   #38
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Our PT storage doors are the tall skinny type at the front of our hybrid, so we are limited on what we can get thru.

Driver's side:
-Towing gear (WD bars when not in use)
-Small Rubbermaid tote with dump stuff (rubber gloves, Flush King, etc), tire covers
-1 X-chock

Pass side:
-awning hook
-stabilizer crank
-hybrid bed-support poles
-bottle jack
-fire poker
-1 X-chock

Just behind driver side PT is wide under-bench storage:
-Lynx levelers (10-pack)
-power cords (30Amp-30ft Marinco/locking-type, 30Amp-50ft extention, several dogbone adaptors)
-water hoses
-awning lights

Just behind passenger side PT is wide under-sofa (full length) storage:
-All bag chairs
-Ground cover/mat
-Grill
-Rear bumper clothesline
-Hot-sandwish irons, marshmellow roasters, etc
-spare green LP bottles
-Coleman lantern (yes, a real propane lantern, not the electric want-to-be)
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Old 05-27-2014, 01:56 PM   #39
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Two satellite dishes, one manual, one auto
2 zero gravity chairs
Tru infrared grill
wreath storage box for sewer hose
X chocks
heavy duty rubber wheel chocks (4 of 'em)
Tool box
150' satellite cable
3 water hoses
1 heavy duty 50' extension cord (110V)
2 50 amp power cords (one is an extension cord)
a box with sanitary needs for sewer hose (alcohol gel, gloves, etc.)
2 small bucket type skeeter candles

And I know I'm leaving out some stuff....oh wait...the ornamental pole for our campsite sign.

Yup, forgot the lego blocks.


Nope, not the patio mat, that goes in the front trunk along with two non reclining mesh folding chairs and a "kitchen in a briefcase" folding table for the grill. Forgot the dog bone adapter....it goes in here.

Can ya tell we NEED to go visit OC and get his basement storage slider rack done?

AND I SO want that mod OC did for the satellite mounts, both of 'em...ladder and king pin~!

(remember, I had DH make a cover for the dirty clothes chute under the BR sink....with all that we all store in the basement, do ANY of us have room for a dirty clothes basket in there?)

Don't ask me what all we store under the sofa. And the fishing gear is stored in the......

SHOWER!

Poles in a basket so they stay upright.

And I ain't gonna admit what all *I* have stored under the bed.

I'm VERY thankful that OC's awning poles are SELF STORING...OUTSIDE the RV.
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Old 05-27-2014, 01:57 PM   #40
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I carry the following in storage

Under the bed
Ladder, Plastic Jerry Cans for water, 2 buckets for water, 50 ft water hose

Pass Through
150 ft Water Hose, 100 ft 30 amp power, stinky blue hauler, RVQ, 3 15 amp AC cables, tool boxes, sockets/wrenchs, cordless drill, dog cart (behind bike), chain for locking sat dish, water/electric adaptors, shovel, folding rake, axe, saw, hatchet, sat dish stand, cables for sat dish, sewer connections. 4 hard rubber chocks, X chocks, 2 bags of lego levellers, a couple pieces 1.2 plywood for landing gear tweaking, landing pads for landing gear and rear jacks, tire wrench/rubber mallet

Under Pin Storage
gravity chair, 2 other chairs, 2 table, grease/lube/lithium/WD40 etc, camping mat

Driver side Propane tank
Sewer hose with ends on for full hook ups, black water flush hose, dump station stinky slinky in bumper


Now I do have 225 ft of water hose, I use this often as we camp with electric only, park close to water tap and use a cheater to connect. We can get by a week on black water but need to fill the fresh water/dump the galley grey water once a week.

Sat dish rides on the trailer floor beside the dogs crate.

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