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Old 04-27-2013, 07:58 AM   #11
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I solved the problem a different way. I found a long console type box with two cupholders at each end, a couple of odd nook spots near the front and a covered compartment in the center for storage. The box (guessing about these measurements; did not check) about 5-6 inches wide, 24 + inches long, and 12 inches deep.

It fits very nicely on the left of the drivers seat up against the outside wall. I keep stuff in it that I might want while driving. I still have adequate room to reach the seat controls on that side of the seat without difficulty.

I used course sheet metal screws (4) that were short enough to grab some carpet and maybe a bit of wood floor without coming out on the underside of the coach and gently secured it to the floor. It does not move around and though it would seem to be an odd item in that décor, it actually does not show. You only see it if you lean over the drivers seat and look down.

Useful, convenient and inexpensive. I think I paid less than $20 for it. Can't say for sure where I got it but one the new larger Walmart stores comes to mind.

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Old 04-27-2013, 09:57 AM   #12
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To quote Turbs, no pictures, it didn't happen.
Just messin' with ya man.
Oh no. You can't say that. You ARE messin'.... that my friend is a challenge with a capitol "C"!

I'm gonna post a picture and when I do, I fully expect you to agree...that you owe me a beer the very next time we meet!


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Old 04-27-2013, 10:40 AM   #13
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Oh no. You can't say that. You ARE messin'.... that my friend is a challenge with a capitol "C"!

I'm gonna post a picture and when I do, I fully expect you to agree...that you owe me a beer the very next time we meet!


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If you come to Goshen Rally, I will have a case of BBG, the first beer I will have bought in 30-35 yrs.
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Old 04-27-2013, 11:08 AM   #14
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If you come to Goshen Rally, I will have a case of BBG, the first beer I will have bought in 30-35 yrs.
Well... in my life "beer" is a metaphor for iced tea, coffee, or lemonade since 1990.

Nonetheless..... here are pictures to prove my comment and now, my good friend, you owe me an iced tea, (sweetened please), a coffee, or a lemonade, should we meet.
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Well... in my life "beer" is a metaphor for iced tea, coffee, or lemonade since 1990.

Nonetheless..... here are pictures to prove my comment and now, my good friend, you owe me an iced tea, (sweetened please), a coffee, or a lemonade, should we meet.
Same with me, I tried to learn to drink beer when I went to college and just didn't make the grade just don't like the taste. Kept remembering my grandpa's mules taking a leak and it looks the same, yellow and foamy.

Come to Goshen and we'll sit and drink a pot of coffee and lie to each other.
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Come to Goshen and we'll sit and drink a pot of coffee and lie to each other.

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That looks pretty nice, Roll.
I'll take look at Wallyworld this weekend.
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