I will be using propane
for the stove top and heater, just not the fridge.
As far as flooring goes, I went with one sheet in the back upper, then as large a piece as i could from that forward then a smaller piece to fill in the rest in the front. I would recommend doing it that way so that your weight
when you step into the trailer is distributed more evenly. The front fill in piece will mostly be covered by the bench seat. After my bench seat pull out is in, the only place I will be walking is on unbroken sheets of plywood.
Yes, I plan on a similar arrangement as original except I will not be re-installing the chemical toilet or the big heavy appliances. I will have a propane
slide-in 3 burner cook top and a camco propane heater (Wave 3)
I am going to re-build the kitchen cabinet/counter top and the refrigerator
cabinet. I completely glassed over the old heater and fridge vents. I live in Minnesota and will have the occasion to use my rig in the winter. Those big vents would have made for very cold nights!
As far as anything new/Innovations go. Virtually everything but the windows
is being replaced. I purchased a new power distribution center, all new wiring, all LED lighting
inside and out.
I am going to over wire my rig with 12v and 110v in all of the cabinets and have led lighting
inside all of them as well as on the underside of the upper cabinets. I am also going to pre-wire for a bluetooth car stereo should I decide to add that later. I don't want to have to pull paneling for a later upgrade...
I am bummed out it is getting colder so fast!