Originally Posted by Cleon
My wife bought it because the bunks and double bed eliminates the need for me, the early riser to get outside at 6am and wait until her and our 2 daughters wakeup because there is no place to sit to read the paper etc. outside only works ok on brighter dry days. It is also well below our max towing cap. and priced right. only 2 things we will miss is the versatility of a 2 or 3way fridge and the sink in the bathroom. I already have a 17 x 16" interior door being made so i can modify the storage under the bed. I plan to put a divider in so that we will have interior access to a smaller compartment under the bed. the under bed area is too "deep" to be easily useful from the outside only. I'd add doors to the ends of the dinette benches to if i didn't think it would weaken them too much but you never know.
Wow, that is almost exactly our reasoning for purchasing this trailer.
Our trailer did come with a 2-way (120V & propane) Dometic fridge, even though this wasn't really specified anywhere. We also have the 13,500 BTU rooftop A/C, but no stabilizing jacks or stereo. The RV business seems a little haphazard to us, but everything worked out reasonably well in this case.
I really like the idea of dividing the under-bed space into an exterior-access and interior-access portions. We were going to do some sort of division, but we hadn't thought about it like that. I guess I should take our trailer to a local cabinet maker.
Who's doing the interior access doors for you?