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Old 04-14-2014, 07:40 PM   #1
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New CC silverback 35qb4

Just bought our new CC and ready for maiden voyage to our seasonal spot. Any experience with this unit? Anything I should be on the lookout for?
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Old 04-14-2014, 07:45 PM   #2
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Look out for GOODTIMES, MEMORIES, and meeting new friends!!!!
Congrats on your new Silverback.
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Welcome from Wisconsin and congrats on your new Silverback 35qb4.
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Old 04-15-2014, 01:43 PM   #4
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Get some straps to tie the closet/cabinet doors closed on the back wall. With the slides in there is no way to see, or get back there to see if the doors have popped open in transit. We lost a pair of doors on the first trip...

Other than that, everything has worked as advertised. It's an awesome floorplan for travelling with kids!
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Get some straps to tie the closet/cabinet doors closed on the back wall. With the slides in there is no way to see, or get back there to see if the doors have popped open in transit. We lost a pair of doors on the first trip...
We use Velcro OneWrap through door handles of side by side cabinet doors to keep them closed in transit.
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Old 04-15-2014, 02:32 PM   #6
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We use Velcro OneWrap through door handles of side by side cabinet doors to keep them closed in transit.
That's what I picked up. Some A/V cable management straps from WalMart, actually. Never had a door pop open on the old Sunnybrook, so I never gave it a thought. I mean, they give you straps for the drawers on the bottom, so since they don't give you anything for the top doors they shouldn't need anything, right?
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Get some straps to tie the closet/cabinet doors closed on the back wall. With the slides in there is no way to see, or get back there to see if the doors have popped open in transit. We lost a pair of doors on the first trip...

Other than that, everything has worked as advertised. It's an awesome floorplan for travelling with kids!
I use the baby cabinet lock s. I found black ones online so if we do an overnight stop off I don't take them off and they don't show as much

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Great ideas!!!
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Go check out the Season Camping thread and post up some pictures when you get all situated.
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Great idea. I will have to get something before I pick up ours next week.
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