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Old 09-21-2016, 03:01 PM   #31
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I'd be interested in knowing where people store things in these campers.. Coming from one that has 3 drawers in the kitchen (silverware, large utensils, junk). This one has ONE MASSIVE drawer.

What do folks use for bunk sheets? Assuming twin and just have some extra width.
Does everyone use camper queen sheets, or normal queen sheets?
How do you SECURE THE TABLE? I sure don't want to put it down/lift it up every time we stop, but it wanders around the floor. What happened to the tables that attach to the wall, anyway?

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For the table, you might to try what this guy did. I'm thinking of doing it, but haven't gotten around to it:

Table strap

Only works for a U-dinette, though, as designed.
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Old 09-21-2016, 03:40 PM   #32
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Not a bad idea. If there's a rail there on mine like that, I may just screw a velcro strap to it and see how that holds up. we won't be moving it much.

I guess I could make a "shoe" or a "sled" and attach the feet to it. Then size it to be tight between the benches, stopping it from swinging forward/backward.

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Old 09-21-2016, 06:14 PM   #33
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We use regular queen sheets and really tuck them in on the edges

As for the bunks we are using twin sheets and almost double wrapping the bunk.

We have a 2012 model year and we have a small drawer under the sink which is for utensils. This drawer really seems to change from year to year.

We also move the table up and down with every trip. It's really not that hard once you get the hang of it. My wife does it 95% of the time.


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Old 09-21-2016, 06:25 PM   #34
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I'd be interested in knowing where people store things in these campers.. Coming from one that has 3 drawers in the kitchen (silverware, large utensils, junk). This one has ONE MASSIVE drawer.

What do folks use for bunk sheets? Assuming twin and just have some extra width.
Does everyone use camper queen sheets, or normal queen sheets?
How do you SECURE THE TABLE? I sure don't want to put it down/lift it up every time we stop, but it wanders around the floor. What happened to the tables that attach to the wall, anyway?

I didn't get any pics myself yet, but.......
Camper by aeblank | Photobucket
The table has velcro on the edges, it works. Just fold the legs and drop it in between the boths, that is how you make an additional 6ft long bed.

We use normal sheets and the bunk beds are Twin Size; it works, you have to tuck them in.
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