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Old 06-06-2015, 11:00 PM   #51
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Thanks for your reply! Would it be possible to upload a couple of pictures of your setup?
Been away from the computer all day will get you some pictures tomorrow.
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Old 06-07-2015, 12:01 PM   #52
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that is the outside table for use with the outdoor grill. there should be a small metal rail attached to the outside of the camper above the LP hose connection for the grill. We have that on our MiniLite 2503.
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Old 06-07-2015, 12:56 PM   #53
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We have a 2013 rockwood ultra lite with the same table and it fits near the outside out lite toward the back of the trailer should be a small bracket there I think its for tv radio also should have colax outlite
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Old 06-07-2015, 09:00 PM   #54
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My final advice, if you lack the track bracket on your 2005....don't try to buy and install one.......recycle/repurpose this shelf.....or, next time you're at a campground and see an RV with an outside track.....pleasantly surprise them with this shelf....(there, didn't that feel like a nice thing to do!)


Interesting question and marvelously documented with pictures.


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This afternoon, as I was walking my GSD I looked closely at the neighboring RVs. I finally found one (a Flagstaff TT) that had that option. I went back to my camper and did exactly what you said. The man with the Flagstaff was very pleasantly surprised...

Great idea and thanks for the suggestion !
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Old 06-08-2015, 03:18 AM   #55
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As we were cleaning it for our first trip out this year I found this part under the bed. What is it exactly and where does it mount? It looks like an extra for the table but I've looked everywhere and can't figure out where would it mount...
Another perspective. It is useful if the TT is in fact equipped to accommodate it. Perhaps, in your instance, a FR oufitter was having a bad day. Someone out there is missing their cute, little RVQ table?
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Old 06-08-2015, 05:26 AM   #56
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Not a difficult job to add an outlet where you want it.
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I know what it is.

In our Rockwood Windjammer it is the outside bracket for the r extra TV. It goes on the grill rail.
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This afternoon, as I was walking my GSD I looked closely at the neighboring RVs. I finally found one (a Flagstaff TT) that had that option. I went back to my camper and did exactly what you said. The man with the Flagstaff was very pleasantly surprised...



Great idea and thanks for the suggestion !

Way cool!
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My Roo came with an outside barbeque that fits on a track under the awning. This little table fits next to it on the same track to give you a place to put the barbeque sauce and spatula. My Roo also has an outside gas hookup for the barbeque. If yours doesn't have the track, you can find them online, but if you don't have the barbeque, it may be pointless. It isn't much of a table, and it is heavy.
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