It's hard to be in the trailer for seven weeks, as we did this summer on our trip to Nova Scotia, without thinking about some improvements one would make upon returning home.
, a Majic Chef 3.6 cu/ft, crapped out on us about the forth week into the trip. I wanted to install a Danby DAR125SLDD, which is a little bigger 4.4 cu/ft. and has no freezer compartment, which is useless anyway.The Majic Chef fit into an 18.5 in. wide opening and the Danby needed 21 in. I had little trouble widening the opening, and hoped I didn't need to modify the countertop for height. Caution is needed when pulling out the existing refrigerator
so as not to damage the vinyl flooring. I wanted to install wooden flooring, so I had to route the countertop about 1/4" to account for the flooring thickness. I also installed a shelf above the sofa, so that I could install some LED reading lights
, as we do a lot of reading in the trailer. I chose GoWise GW21500 and also installed one over the bed, so we could read there as well. Then I designed a sliding support to do away with the metal table support. I did not like having the base for the table located where it was. I stubbed my toe one night and that was enough. I am enclosing some photos of the remodel. Note the security light
I installed on the door so I could see the key lock at night. Next I'll be mounting my spare on the side of the trailer and get it out of the storage well. Happy Trails