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Old 06-05-2016, 06:57 PM   #11
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I seem to have at least 8 inches maybe closer to 12 from tray to ceiling in center of compartment.

Because the pullout that I want to install needs to be raised roughly 3 inches to clear door frame I wanted to raise existing tray the same amount so I still have full use of it without hitting the refer.

I only store flag poles, square ladder and other low profile items on it like folding tables etc.... So I don't need a ton of room above frame rail.

Just trying to determine best use of space without having to make sacrifices.
Wow! I only have like 3" above the tray at the midline of the coach. Maybe mine just came in the higher position. If so, you shouldn't have a problem raising it.
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Wow! I only have like 3" above the tray at the midline of the coach. Maybe mine just came in the higher position. If so, you shouldn't have a problem raising it.
The tracks for the tray lay right on the chassis rails in the middle. There is some sort of electrical gizmo mounted to the ceiling in that lower area as well.

I know the rails where accessible are screwed into walls. I haven't explored in the the center out of reach area but If they are screwed to wall there as well that would be a problem and poor design.
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The tracks for the tray lay right on the chassis rails in the middle. There is some sort of electrical gizmo mounted to the ceiling in that lower area as well.

I know the rails where accessible are screwed into walls. I haven't explored in the the center out of reach area but If they are screwed to wall there as well that would be a problem and poor design.
The electrical gizmo on top of that compartment is the brain for the equalizer leveling system. An very expensive circuit board.
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