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Old 08-03-2014, 09:39 PM   #31
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Terier, maybe if you were not hot roding down the road the dishes would stay put in the cupboard and the clothes would stay hung up

On a trip we took last fall we hit some real bumpy roads. The micro almost fell out of the cabinet and the stove top cover slid off over the center island onto the table, just missing the window. But my clothes stayed on the hangers , go figure.
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Old 08-04-2014, 12:42 AM   #32
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Terier, maybe if you were not hot roding down the road the dishes would stay put in the cupboard and the clothes would stay hung up

On a trip we took last fall we hit some real bumpy roads. The micro almost fell out of the cabinet and the stove top cover slid off over the center island onto the table, just missing the window. But my clothes stayed on the hangers , go figure.
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The clothes issue could be easily solved with hanging more clothes instead of just a few items.

As for the dishes I now use a strip of Velcro to keep the door close while traveling. The stuff slides downhill while the TT is raise by a lift when it is pulled out of storage for pickup. Of course finding every bump in the road doesn't help the matter either.
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