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Old 05-14-2012, 08:24 PM   #31
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I actually removed the fridge. I just did not need another one - I think it would be great if you drink a lot of sodas or beer, but we are tea drinkers here.

So, I have a great bit of counter space - there is a toaster, electric tea pot and other stuff there. For actual cooking I have a separate folding table.

We also removed the fold down bunk. I have two kids and they are older.
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Old 05-14-2012, 08:57 PM   #32
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I have some pretty good sized cookouts already using the outdoor kitchen and it seems well for me...I guess it depends on how you will be utilizing it....I don't really use the outside stove..or I haven't yet...just grilling so far.
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:37 PM   #33
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We had plans on placing our Toaster, Coffee pot, a Paper Towel holder and possibly a Blender. While the toaster barely slides under the cabinets, it would not be high enough for the bread to come out. The other items won't fit at all. Rule of thumb... Paper Towel roll vertically should fit under cabinet. IMHO...

I do use the Fridge, and one of our main reasons for upgrading to a newer camper was for the outdoor fridge, as we were done dealing with Ice.

I will be removing the Fridge this week to move the door to swing open from the Sink side as well. That isn't a big deal, just for my personal use, makes better sense.
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