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Old 05-30-2014, 10:30 PM   #29
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Looks real sharp Sid! I think it was a smart move to move away from the carpet behind the galley...it just doesn't make sense.

I like the darker wood-grain. I've contemplated sanding and staining mine a little darker. Who knows I get bored in the winter lol.

I'm happy for ya guys...I hope you get to use the hell out of it and have a great time!
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Old 05-31-2014, 03:20 AM   #30
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One option that I haven't seen others pick was the exterior spigot. Since I prefer to cook outside as much as possible I like having a water source handy.
Mine is installed at rear of trailer under the bumper.
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Huck, do you use it as much as you thought you would?
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Huck, do you use it as much as you thought you would?
Haven't had occasion to yet. I've only been out once and there was a faucet about 100' from the trailer, so I used that. I'm still glad I have it. I plan on washing dishes outside as much as possible.
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We also added small metal loops to the curtains. This way they can fully opened up revealing more window. Seemed a shame to have so many large windows and obscure 1/5th of the top half. The extra light is nice and the space seems even bigger!
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