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Old 11-27-2014, 04:02 PM   #31
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We bought ours because of the walk around bed also and we also tow it with a 2011 F 150. Have ck out the spare tire carrier. Thank you
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Old 11-27-2014, 04:04 PM   #32
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And we have a can-an, bikecycles glad to hear we can also get kayaks in there too
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Old 11-28-2014, 09:50 AM   #33
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We bought ours because of the walk around bed also and we also tow it with a 2011 F 150. Have ck out the spare tire carrier. Thank you
Where did you mount the spare?
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Old 12-25-2014, 06:20 PM   #34
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Mr. Wilson, congratulation on you purchase. I will be interested in knowing how you like the under mount spare tire holder as I am considering doing the same to mine. Keep us posted.
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Have the under belly carrier mounted. Had to send the first one back, damaged in shipping. Installation was easy, hardest part was drilling the holes in the frame.

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Old 12-26-2014, 11:30 AM   #35
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I am watching with interest as mine is on order for delivery in April after the snow (what snow?).
I just bought 2 x 5" plastic fence posts and caps and some wood for cabinets i intend to build in.
How do you go for storing stuff? It seems to be a bit short on cupboards and that blank space opposite the kitchen begs for some I think.
I intend to store spare tire and tools in the Tundra as I have a lockable topper on it, and it will usually be with the 26RR.
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Old 12-26-2014, 07:35 PM   #36
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How do you go for storing stuff? It seems to be a bit short on cupboards and that blank space opposite the kitchen begs for some I think.
If you look at the first picture you'll notice some plastic containers. They fit under the fold down bench and under the bed. That's our storage, we have several containers.

We are MOA members also. We first saw this model at the rally this year in Minn.
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Old 01-06-2015, 12:24 PM   #37
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Mr_Wilson: Looks like you have a good size load. I hope you have (had) a good trip.

RiderBloke; Where are you planning on putting the cabinet that you intend to build? I was thinking that I would like to put a wall cabinet above the window in the garage area from the existing cabinets to the back door. My unit is in storage for the winter so I don't know how much room there is above the window. Can anyone help me with that measurement? That would be from above the valance to the roof.
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CTM,

My cupboard is to go on the wheel arch opposite the kitchen with perhaps a smaller upright cupboard at each end avoiding the tie down points. Night-Wolf did a huge set for his 25RR but mine will be smaller as I have to keep passengers in mind.

I measured up a 26RR at my dealers and am building a rough set during winter to try out when we get the trailer in April and then get a better one built with any adjustments. That keeps me out of trouble for a month or two.


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Old 01-15-2015, 10:10 AM   #39
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Mr_Wilson: Looks like you have a good size load. I hope you have (had) a good trip.

RiderBloke; Where are you planning on putting the cabinet that you intend to build?
Thanks in advance.
In looking around yesterday I noticed that the 27RR has a set of cupboards down that side like the ones on the RH side. Maybe the factory can deliver such a set.
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RiderBloke I have thought of that but would rather have the cabinets instead of just the shelf. I still might have the factory send matching cabinets.

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