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Old 03-27-2012, 10:23 PM   #151
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Some pictures of the window I installed in the coach door. I really liked this window because you can open it. Also it has tinted glass and you can actually see out of it unlike alot of them. Difference is night and day.

Finally figured the picture thing out! Woohoo!
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:24 PM   #152
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Wow! Look at me! Well that's the set up with the pooch and one of the bikes. Taken at Peaceful Valley RV Park, 26 mile marker, Lake of the Ozarks.
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:27 PM   #153
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So that's just a standard slider turned sideways? Looks like the same size as whats at the foot of the bed, yes? Did you apply the tinting yourself or take it to a shop? It looks great - niccer than the one that doesn't open too. Very cool. What did the window run ya and how much time did it take you to install?

Thanks a bunch - very cool!

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Old 03-27-2012, 10:32 PM   #154
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RV Entry Doors

The picture is kind of decieving. The window is 15" x 24". Kind of spendy but well worth it. Install was easy. I measured several time before cutting the hole. Total time about 1 1/2 hours. I have never cared for the ones you can't see out of and the fact that it opens is a plus too since thekitchen window is stationary.
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Old 03-27-2012, 10:39 PM   #155
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I also added a drop extension to the countertop, a shelf in the bedroom and insulated and sheeted the storage bin along with a light for the storage bin. I am waiting on the cabinet doors to arrive for the underbed storage and the overhead cabinet above the couch.
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:16 PM   #156
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Wyo - yor stuff is too cool! Couple of questions - what did you sheet the cubby with. It looks like drop ceiling tiles maybe? Your drop leaf on the end of the counter - how'd you swing (pardon the pun) that too? Both of those, as well as straightening out some back cabinet walls are on my spring to-do list.
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:53 PM   #157
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I sheeted the storage bin with some cheap paneling from Home Depot. I insulated the entire thing with 2" foam insulation first. My last trailer with the underbed storage got really cold from this area. On the drop leaf I used some folding shelf brackets and small tabletop I got off Ebay. I am going to install another one on the wall next to the couch for an end table. I got the Cabinet doors today from Forest River and plan to install them next week. I will post some pics when I get that done. I would do it this weekend but I'm headed camping!

RV TABLE TOP BROWN DESIGN 14 3/8"X16 3/8"X3/4" | eBay

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Old 03-30-2012, 08:38 AM   #158
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Nice stuff! Thanks for th links to! Which reminds me - need to call FR and talk about a cabinet door or two. Will be doing some browsing on ebay this weekend to scope some things out as well.

Have a great weekend camping - be safe out there!

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Old 04-01-2012, 07:29 PM   #159
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My first weekend out with my new 19RR. Had a blast and everything worked great. This thing pulls like a dream. Hard to tell it is even back there with the ATV in it and full water tank. I am not running a WDH just a sway control and couldn't be happier. No more than unloaded everything and started some more mods. I put a hard start capacitor on the AC unit and the Yamaha 2400 now starts the AC just fine. I started the mods to the overhead cabinet above the couch and should have some pictures up later this week.
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Been trying and trying to figure out how to post them with no luck. I must be an idiot. I give up!
Check out Dropbox.com. You can put up to 2 gb of photos in your free folder. Put them in the "public" folder and then when installed on your pc, the drop box folder is in your "my documents". Then you just right click on each picture to copy the link or URL that you paste into the window of this website when you press the insert photo icon.
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