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Old 03-01-2014, 10:35 AM   #21
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The outside is my man cave...I set up my tv, get the grill out, straighten the OK fridge...no trip is a trip without outside cooking!...I keep all my breakfast stuff out there and wake up early and get to cooking the most important buffet of the day!...lol...if you have kids or entertain others i dont see how you could NOT love the OK....im SERIOUSLY on the verge of ordering an xlr th, but my wife is wanting a sabre qbok (though after all the issues maybe not at all a sabre)...kinda dig the outside patio of the th...but would miss my kitchen!!....sigh..

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Old 03-01-2014, 11:20 AM   #22
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Im torn....would really like to be able to take my razr or bikes with me....but the reality is that would probably be the minority of the time....1 out of 5 trips....i really would like to have an onboard genny though....its just too hot in texas in the summer to not have a/c....they are both HUGE units with 2 bathrooms (another must for me)...oh well...ill get one more season in my lacrosse before I decide....kitchen or toys...that is the question! ...with my tt now i can fit my golf cart or a cple bikes in the truck bed.....so I KINDA got the best of both....lose that option with a 5r

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Old 03-01-2014, 05:07 PM   #23
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Ironj,

There is a new Sierra 360PDK with a party deck on back and an outside kitchen, with TV and also a bumper grill....saw it at a RV show this winter..pretty cool. FWIW we have a 36QBOK and have been very happy with it. There was a main slide issue when we fist took delivery and it did go back to the factory for repair. We dropped it off at our dealer with a punch list for the other smaller issues experienced over this past season and covered under our warranty. Overall, there is not another fiver that fits our RVing profile like the 36QBOK does .
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Old 03-01-2014, 05:14 PM   #24
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When buying our 2013 coachman 292bhds, I didn't think I would use the outdoor kitchen either. After a year of camping with it, wouldn't be without one.
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Old 03-01-2014, 05:15 PM   #25
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Another feature I LOVE...the 450lb capacity bike rack on my QBOK carries four bikes or a couple of bikes and/or my sons electric scooter or my kayak. I also leave it down when at the campground and use it to dry items on or sit hot items on after dutch oven cooking etc..!
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Old 03-01-2014, 05:22 PM   #26
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Another feature I LOVE...the 450lb capacity bike rack on my QBOK carries four bikes or a couple of bikes and/or my sons electric scooter or my kayak. I also leave it down when at the campground and use it to dry items on or sit hot items on after dutch oven cooking etc..!
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Old 03-01-2014, 07:47 PM   #27
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Love ours. The fridge is great for the kids grabbing drinks and well me too. I throw a 2 liter of ginger ale in there and the cabinets hold plenty of Captian Morgan. I use it every morning the weather is fit to cook breakfast as the wife likes to snooze a little later. It keeps any cooking odors outside. Also, when paired up with the grille we can get a lot of food going at the same time. We can watch the kids the entire time we are cooking. I use the sink quite a bit too when working around the campsite to wash my hands. Overall I think these features keep a lot of dirt out of the unit. Pair it up with the fact that our bathroom has an exterior door and we hardly go inside during the day.
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Love ours. The fridge is great for the kids grabbing drinks and well me too. I throw a 2 liter of ginger ale in there and the cabinets hold plenty of Captian Morgan. I use it every morning the weather is fit to cook breakfast as the wife likes to snooze a little later. It keeps any cooking odors outside. Also, when paired up with the grille we can get a lot of food going at the same time. We can watch the kids the entire time we are cooking. I use the sink quite a bit too when working around the campsite to wash my hands. Overall I think these features keep a lot of dirt out of the unit. Pair it up with the fact that our bathroom has an exterior door and we hardly go inside during the day.
That's part I forgot to mention...when you are outside cooking you are still part of the gang, you can watch the kids and the food cook.

I also don't mind doing what few dishes I have outside.

After cooking hours it becomes adult beverage ctr, fridge, cups, ice etc.

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Old 03-02-2014, 08:26 AM   #29
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The outside is my man cave...I set up my tv, get the grill out, straighten the OK fridge...no trip is a trip without outside cooking!...I keep all my breakfast stuff out there and wake up early and get to cooking the most important buffet of the day!...lol...if you have kids or entertain others i dont see how you could NOT love the OK....im SERIOUSLY on the verge of ordering an xlr th, but my wife is wanting a sabre qbok (though after all the issues maybe not at all a sabre)...kinda dig the outside patio of the th...but would miss my kitchen!!....sigh..

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Truly it is my spot, I do all the cooking there while still watching what goes on, at night it's a nice wet bar.
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Old 03-02-2014, 10:25 AM   #30
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I have yet to read anyone who says that they had one and won't have it again. IMO, that says it all.
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