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Old 07-08-2013, 09:23 PM   #91
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The outside stove works! Coffee, pancakes, etc...It's nice to be able to cook outside and not add more heat inside on a hot day!
Sweet stove setup. My old camper had an indoor or outdoor stove you could move in minutes. Miss it so much. What stove did you use for this??


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Old 07-09-2013, 06:28 PM   #92
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Yeah what stove did you use and is that all you had to do was get the stove and plug propane in?
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:58 AM   #93
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Here is a mod I recently added to the bathroom. It is a 23S 2002 model so this may not apply in recent model.

It is compact and doesn't appear to stress the walls...and did I mention super CHEAP MOD!!
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Old 07-11-2013, 08:01 AM   #94
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Here is a mod I recently added to the bathroom. It is a 23S 2002 model so this may not apply in recent model.

It is compact and doesn't appear to stress the walls...and did I mention super CHEAP MOD!!
What you are seeing is a 3ft section of wire shelving attached to an outside wall for towel storage, I am sure you could us this to store various item as long as you are weight conscious. So the long part is vertical and attached at the top, with the small lip at the bottom to provide a place to build up the rolled towels.....it worked great!!!
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Old 07-14-2013, 04:13 PM   #95
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Latest Roo 233S Mod: Bunk canvas attachment.

Yet another Mod for my Roo 233S. Bunk canvas securement! I believe the new Roo's have permanently secured canvas on the bunks, no more wrapping, snapping and bunging cords. I've added my own snaps to secure my canvas to the "door". Seems silly and/or unnecessary, but anything to speed and simplify setup is ok by me. Crappy, wet weather? I don't plan on camping in any, but if it comes to pass, I can simply secure the canvas in the original configuration. Nothings been removed to hamper original configuration.
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Yeah what stove did you use and is that all you had to do was get the stove and plug propane in?
Found stove on e-bay (cheap) and used the hose from the original Barbecue
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Yet another Mod for my Roo 233S. Bunk canvas securement! I believe the new Roo's have permanently secured canvas on the bunks, no more wrapping, snapping and bunging cords. I've added my own snaps to secure my canvas to the "door". Seems silly and/or unnecessary, but anything to speed and simplify setup is ok by me. Crappy, wet weather? I don't plan on camping in any, but if it comes to pass, I can simply secure the canvas in the original configuration. Nothings been removed to hamper original configuration.
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Yet another Mod for my Roo 233S. Bunk canvas securement! I believe the new Roo's have permanently secured canvas on the bunks, no more wrapping, snapping and bunging cords. I've added my own snaps to secure my canvas to the "door". Seems silly and/or unnecessary, but anything to speed and simplify setup is ok by me. Crappy, wet weather? I don't plan on camping in any, but if it comes to pass, I can simply secure the canvas in the original configuration. Nothings been removed to hamper original configuration.
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Yet another Mod for my Roo 233S. Bunk canvas securement! I believe the new Roo's have permanently secured canvas on the bunks, no more wrapping, snapping and bunging cords. I've added my own snaps to secure my canvas to the "door". Seems silly and/or unnecessary, but anything to speed and simplify setup is ok by me. Crappy, wet weather? I don't plan on camping in any, but if it comes to pass, I can simply secure the canvas in the original configuration. Nothings been removed to hamper original configuration.
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Found stove on e-bay (cheap) and used the hose from the original Barbecue
So you just typed in 3 burner stove in search then I would assume you out some type of bracket on the stove to hold it on the mounting bracket?
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