Our 2109S was purchased early this year and we have had a chance to get over 20 nights camping in so far this season and have added some personal touches that make it a little better for our needs.
We dry camp/boon dock almost exclusively. Our roads are rarely paved for sometimes hundreds of kms to and from our favourite spots. These mods may not be for you but I wanted to share in case someone else can benefit from them.
First and foremost adding 300watts of solar and a bogart package was top of the list. I won't get into full details.
Next was some wheel and splash protection. There is nothing worse than draining mud caked tank valves so some mud flaps. The bare aluminum looking wheel finish didn't suit the trailer either so they received a coating of anthracite dip it (like plasti dip) the wheels are dirty but you get the idea.
The microwave was pulled for more storage as we never use one and currently temporary boxed in. A new door matching the others is on the list to order.
The inside closet door wasn't practical for us so I added some shelves.
Due to the gravel roads I wanted to really protect the front of the trailer. Some people may not like the look but I am completely happy with it. LineX the front of the trailer with a color pulled from the side of the trailer. The A frame was done as well in black.
The inside where the Bogart monitor lives with a simple weather station installed. I will also be mounting the pure sine wave inverter in the lower cabinet.
I was tired of the large drawers sliding out while travelling. Some child locks were added.
Just some other general storage.
I also forgot to take a photo of the door trim I added to the leading edges of the frameless windows. Rocks hitting the edges have lead to smashed glass. It's most likely the edge was where the rocks hit. So I added some simple black door edging and you can't even notice it.
Thanks for reading. If you have any suggestions let me know.
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