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Old 10-09-2011, 10:32 PM   #1
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Non-skid rubber sheets

We are new to camping in a trailer. Our new A126 has little storage inside the camper so finding ways to pack gear requires some thought.

Our first few trips we carried lots of stuff In the TV but recently we got several dorm crates (sterilite brand on clearance at Walmart).

Those are great for extra storage on top of the counter tops (they are stackable) and are great for packing for travel. They were too tall to lay on the sofa for the trip (sides of camper fold down and would press on the crates). So I found a nice solution to keep them from being bumper cars as we go down the road when sitting on the camper floor.

I had some extra non-skid material like used in tool box drawers or inside of drawers. I just rolled out a piece onto the floor above the axles and sit the loaded crates on that material. I've put a shower curtain rod in front and behind in case they jumped off the material but so far they have sat right in place.

Great solution for us aframers or tent campers.

Happy camping!
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Old 10-10-2011, 05:26 PM   #2
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I use the same thing in my trailer. I agree its very useful.
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