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Old 09-13-2016, 03:58 PM   #1
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What have you done to make your rig more personal?

Has anyone added a headboard in their XLR? Note: my 29HFS the bed is north - south and there is room for a headboard. I'm thinking of maybe some art in that area... or? There is not much in my TH that is personal. What have you done to make it your's?
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Old 09-13-2016, 08:07 PM   #2
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Has anyone added a headboard in their XLR? Note: my 29HFS the bed is north - south and there is room for a headboard. I'm thinking of maybe some art in that area... or? There is not much in my TH that is personal. What have you done to make it your's?

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A padded headboard is a must have. 😝

I took out the dinette and put two Lazyboy recliners in its place. Love it.
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Old 09-15-2016, 09:27 AM   #3
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Not too much for me trying to keep the weight down, but i did build in a tool box in the garage that doubles as a night stand and storage and added a couple stickers to the rear of the unit
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Old 09-15-2016, 08:02 PM   #4
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I just installed a grill locker in the void aft of the spare tire on my 29 HFS. I posted photos under
The "Cargo Locker" post. It holds my Coleman propane grill and misc.

I also added,the little battery powered led in the kitchen cabinets to see deep in the cupboards. They are only a few bucks on Amazon. I also used it for ambient lighting under the hang up cabinet in forward bedroom. It allows neat mood lighting and lights to see where to charge the phone.


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Old 09-16-2016, 11:44 AM   #5
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We had a friend that owns a local graphics design business make our very own decal and named our rig! He even match up the font with the XLR. Click image for larger version

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Old 09-16-2016, 12:27 PM   #6
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We have added LED lite string to the inside of our slides to shine inside at night or dark days. White LED in the living area and 3 switches with three colors in the bedroom, makes for multiple color combinations to fit your mood. Plans to add LED to the Island in the kitchen area and in the glass shower stall. Changed the hanging lights over the island to colorful shades, made ourselves. I will attach a picture of those, the LED inside it is hard to take a picture at this time. Pictures don't do them justice. We are beach people so we have added shell pictures and beach throws to the sofa. I want to change the brown curtains to a color, but the jury is out on that yet, can't really decide what color. God Bless Be thankful and enjoy your blessings
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Old 09-16-2016, 12:28 PM   #7
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Kilday4 Very nice!
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I just installed a grill locker in the void aft of the spare tire on my 29 HFS. I posted photos under
The "Cargo Locker" post. It holds my Coleman propane grill and misc.

I also added,the little battery powered led in the kitchen cabinets to see deep in the cupboards. They are only a few bucks on Amazon. I also used it for ambient lighting under the hang up cabinet in forward bedroom. It allows neat mood lighting and lights to see where to charge the phone.


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We have a problem deciding what to do with our gas grill. Maybe this would be a good solution. It is in our under storage right now, but when it is not cleaned up, that is not a good solution! I will have to look up on Cargo Locker posts. Thanks for sharing!
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Re personalization: We bought our unit- a 21 FBS TT - used; so it had several command hooks around. Some we have found uses for- others we pulled and moved other places.
They also had a towel bars and shelves combo installed in the bathroom. Works well. Also a hanging banana "hammock" in the kitchen area. We use for the coffee pot items and the remote.
We had to add a cat door to the bathroom door as we are traveling with 2 cats; (put their litter box in the shower).
The first thing we did was to put a curtain rod through the bottom of our curtains over the bed a they would hang in our face when pulled closed for the night. We attached the curtain rod the wall without any trouble.
Also we hung a paper towel holder over the sink area. Other projects in the works.
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