Update: We have taken it on a few trips so far, the latest being 5 days stay leading up to the thanksgiving holiday. I am glad to say , so far, not a single issue with anything. We still come across things we want to add or do and of course stuff that we need to get to go in the trailer.
I want to relocate the water heater elec switch so it will be more conveinant ( and I know I will eventually break the latch on that cover).
Also want to add a latch so the storage compt door above the sink can be held up while browsing.
I am considering making an access door or drawer to easily get to the unde seat dinette storage. There is a ton of storage under this u shaped dinette and having access from the end for smaller things would make it more useful.
BUY A BETTER MATRESS! The stocker is horrible, yet tolerable for a night or so, but for the longer stays, it is a killer.
I want to add an elec outlet in one of the outside storage areas, preferably the front one. I want this so I can keep a drill charger in there. I use an 18v drill to lower the stab jacks and it is always good to have a drill handy anyway. This will keep me from having to make sure I get a charged battery from my shop every time before leaving.
Going to look into the idea of cutting an access hole in the propane cover to turn on the tanks when I arrive at the site without having to remove the cover every time.
Make a storage are on the tongue. there is a lot of un used area there where the battery is. Also need a small box or tray of some sort as I always lay my pins and clips for the equalizer on top of the battery box.
Put a different strap on the battery box. This factory one is a PITA. I had one with a metal buckle on my popup that worked much better.
That is all I can think of for now. One of these days, we will have it all dialed in.
2010 Cherokee Grey Wolf 28BH
86ish palomino slide in
2000 F250 superduty 4x4 7.3/6speed crew/ short