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Old 02-06-2018, 09:48 PM   #1
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Replace accordian curtain on MBS 2400

Are there slides with hooks that will fit the track on the Sunseeker 2400. The DW wants that 5 inch bathroom obstruction gone !! She will replace with a "soft" curtain as needed.
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Old 02-06-2018, 11:27 PM   #2
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Interesting thought...

We removed the whole deal, including the ceiling track, and don’t miss it. Perhaps the easiest solution would be a self tensioning shower rod... there is a huge selection of hooks for those, and many of them actually work without any hang-ups.

Try “without” for a trip... you will forget all about it.

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Old 02-07-2018, 10:43 AM   #3
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We took ours down also. We did leave the track in the ceiling and save the door however.

I keep thinking “resale” but we are storing our belongings (that make the cut) and traveling. I don’t think we’re paying to store that overhead mattress.
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:10 AM   #4
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Plus you save 40lbs without that door. Always looking to save weight.
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Old 02-07-2018, 08:56 PM   #5
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I like that folding door. Being a late sleeper, that door nicely blocks out the light coming in through the coach door window in the morning. But that's just me.
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Old 02-17-2018, 09:06 PM   #6
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Interesting thought...

We removed the whole deal, including the ceiling track, and don’t miss it. Perhaps the easiest solution would be a self tensioning shower rod... there is a huge selection of hooks for those, and many of them actually work without any hang-ups.

Try “without” for a trip... you will forget all about it.

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I’m assuming the door only shuts out bed sight and whoever might be sleeping in.

Does it do much for sound...we have to TVs.
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I’m assuming the door only shuts out bed sight and whoever might be sleeping in.

Does it do much for sound...we have to TVs.


The supplied screen is a fabric that is accordion folded, and would have little effect on sound.
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Old 02-26-2018, 05:40 PM   #8
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Would you share some of your loading tips. We’re downsizing from 378 xl GeorgeTown

I can’t get important stuff in 2400w msg SUNSEEKER.

Clothes, pantry. Why I can’t even find a good place for tp holder
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Old 02-26-2018, 08:23 PM   #9
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Now just settle down and take a deep breath, psgrandpa. The most important packing tip I can give you is this:

Any items you had in the class A that haven't been used in the past year, leave them behind. You just don't need them!

Have fun with the Sunseeker. You will love it!
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https://www.amazon.com/YP300-BN-Trad...n%3A2800257011

We got a TP holder like this single post style, my husband installed it vertically on the side on the medicine cabinet. It’s over your head when you’re sitting down but it works.
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After reading ideas for storage for my 2400w. We purchased stacking drawers from the container store for use in the pantry. They fit really well and come in two different heights. Maybe the person who originally shared the idea will reshare. I can take pictures tomorrow if not.
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Scroll down and look at the posts labeled "pantry improvement" mbs-w. Many ideas and great pictures.
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Upright paper towel holder holds 3 rolls. Will sit beside commode next to sprayer.
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After reading ideas for storage for my 2400w. We purchased stacking drawers from the container store for use in the pantry. They fit really well and come in two different heights. Maybe the person who originally shared the idea will reshare. I can take pictures tomorrow if not.


Thank you. Do you have skew number?
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Drawers come in smoke and white. In white the skew for the short narrow drawer is 10051832. They did not have the tall narrow listed in white. In smoke the skew for short is 10059724, the tall is 10059727. The name is "like it modular storage drawers. You do have to place something under the bottom of the to get the drawers high enough to open over the bottom lip of the cabinet.
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Rkloud9 did this, such a good idea. I think they used a piece of plywood under the lowest container so it can open, it can clear the base of the pantry cabinet. I got the same containers and I used yoga mat beneath the bottom container.

Also pool noodle or foam pipe insulation shoved down next the next to the stack. Makes the stack of containers fit well and not rattle around. I think I have piece of pipe insulation on either side. It works great.
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Rkloud9 did this, such a good idea. I think they used a piece of plywood under the lowest container so it can open, it can clear the base of the pantry cabinet. I got the same containers and I used yoga mat beneath the bottom container.

Also pool noodle or foam pipe insulation shoved down next the next to the stack. Makes the stack of containers fit well and not rattle around. I think I have piece of pipe insulation on either side. It works great.


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When we purchased our 2017 SunSeeker MBS 2400W, our first stop was a nearby Container Store... the shelves in the pantry cabinet were deep and narrow, making them hard to use effectively. The stackable drawer units really fit the bill, fitting pretty perfectly in the space. We left one stock shelf in the top of the cabinet, and placed a 3/4” piece of plywood in the bottom to raise the stack to clear the cabinet sill. 2 years later, it is going strong!
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