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Old 04-18-2013, 10:33 PM   #127
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that hybrid avatar is stylin' deryk!
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Old 04-18-2013, 10:42 PM   #128
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How about now Donna?
Well, I think you are better looking than that logo.

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I think I need a bigger one lol... should add a pic of my ParkLiner too lol
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OK...one last time

We REALLY like our pillows!
And when i was going by the sunbrella pillow bin at costco on a break they were down to one last two pack...so of course i had to pick it up. AND two matching soft-fleece throws.
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These images are of the street and curb side under berth storage.

The curb side has the 15 gallon fresh water tank with bubble foil and room for hose, REI gravity filter, and assorted grey tank fittings.

The street side has the dual battery box that also houses the electronics for charging/etc. I replaced the stock wood screws with wood-screw+machine-thread 1/4 x 3" and then placed washer/wing-nut to fasten shut. Plenty of room for the 30amp cord + room for a 15amp extension.

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Last on my honey-do list today was to create some way to keep upper cupboards open. I cut up a 5/16" x 36" wood dowel in three equal sections, put a plastic no-mark end (yellow), and a small eyelet. Then i screwed a matching eyelet (bent slightly open to allow easy on/off of dowel)...it may not be to elegant but cari says it really helps her loading up the cabinets.
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This is crackin' me up... Brand spankin' new trailer, built and delivered as ordered... already undergoing renovations!

If there's one thing that unites us here at Fiberglassrv.com, it's the urge to modify.

"It ain't perfect until I say it's perfect!"

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Or maybe it is.
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Francesca... Ya think?!

Glenn, that is certainly cool...i'll keep my eye out for that item.
What i did today cost me ~6 bucks and a few minutes so i don't have a whole lot invested in it, though it does work fine.
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Nice Glenn, I like that!
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What can I say? It's the way the trailer came. I don't know where you would get them.
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The power of Google... its out there! And I think its something all the ParkLiner's should come withstandard lol
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Last on my honey-do list today was to create some way to keep upper cupboards open. I cut up a 5/16" x 36" wood dowel in three equal sections, put a plastic no-mark end (yellow), and a small eyelet. Then i screwed a matching eyelet (bent slightly open to allow easy on/off of dowel)...it may not be to elegant but cari says it really helps her loading up the cabinets.
Thanks for the pix Thom!
To me, elegant is often a conglomeration of simple, effective and, inexpensive. I'll be headed to the big box hardware store tomorrow to make up my own set!
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I like your prop solution, Thom- simple and clever!

For those perhaps not so handy:

Those factory cupboard props like the one above are available from Camping World for less than ten bucks...a friend of mine just bought some for his Forest River. This one looks a little different from the one illustrated but would do the trick!


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