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Old 07-15-2016, 06:27 AM   #1
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Ideas to MOD front Pass Through Storage compartment on 2016 339FLQS

Looking for ideas or possibilities of how to MOD the exterior front pass through storage (Basement) compartment on a 2016 339FLQS. We haven't picked up the coach yet, but definitely need more exterior storage in my opinion. Just figured theirs a lot of these units or similar types with small factory exterior pass through storage. Would appreciate any help with ideas, pictures of MODS done
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Old 07-26-2016, 08:27 PM   #2
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Storage MOD

Eagle 339FLQS still looking for ideas from anybody that has done a MOD for extra storage or any other MOD for the 339FLQS. I know this is a popular Jayco model. Thank you.
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Old 07-27-2016, 04:52 PM   #3
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I put shelves in half the basement area of our 365BHS. I'll get a picture tomorrow...


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Found it... One of the best mods I've ever done.




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Old 09-15-2016, 06:50 AM   #5
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We are waiting on our 2017 flqs. My husband will be doing some mods on ours also. There is not very much outside storage. It is a shame it doesn't have an outside storage door for under the bed. Our 2015 Eagle TT has more storage than the new 5ver that we ordered. I feel bad for my hubs. He has gave up alot on the outside for us getting the front living room (but I gave up an area for a washer/dry also). Good luck. I will post photos of what he does with our mods.
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Old 09-15-2016, 08:08 AM   #6
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I need to look into some racking in my basement area. We carry the bikes in there when travelling but I'd like to use more of the height.

Thanks for the pic/idea Jeff.
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Old 09-15-2016, 07:33 PM   #7
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We are waiting on our 2017 flqs. My husband will be doing some mods on ours also. There is not very much outside storage. It is a shame it doesn't have an outside storage door for under the bed. Our 2015 Eagle TT has more storage than the new 5ver that we ordered. I feel bad for my hubs. He has gave up alot on the outside for us getting the front living room (but I gave up an area for a washer/dry also). Good luck. I will post photos of what he does with our mods.
I have been looking into adding a storage door under the bedroom slide with a few prints that I have received from Jayco on the wall construction and slide system. Just waiting on finding the right storage compartment baggage door to use. Then I'm going to enclose approx 3 to 4 feet of the underneath portion of the bed storage. This will sturdy the bed frame and will separate the two areas. I have already removed the tin battery protection container and used a vented box, wire loomed the exposed wiring and cleaned up the wiring. This created a greater amount of storage, plus we only use (1) battery, but still would be able to add (1) additional battery - if needed. I appreciate any help or ideas. Thank you
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Old 09-22-2016, 05:47 PM   #8
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That's what he is doing! Wondering why we can't just order a door & casing & do it our selves! Our service person is calling Jayco to ask if this can be done.
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Old 09-26-2016, 08:57 PM   #9
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ID:	27067The pass through storage on the 339FLQS is something to be desired from Jayco. There is little room and space is optional. Here are a few pictures of what is behind the inside panels. Within time, I will add some additional width to the storage space in this compartment. By revamping the heat duct work end, re routing the pex plumbing, cleaning up all the extra wiring, etc. This will gain 8+ inches of additional storage space on the DW side. Then instead of the compartment curving inward to a small area. it will be larger to the middle and then back to the smaller on the OSDW side. The idea to fix the absolute no storage on the ODW side is to redesign the water control panel area. If I can find someone to fabricate a new water control panel housing out of metal to sit sideways instead of straight. There is approximately 9" of depth to sit the water/pump controls sideways towards the front of th coach. This would gain additional 6" of pass through storage space through the OSDW side. **Sorry I couldn't get the pictures to upload correctly. There suppose to be vertical, not horizontal.**
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Old 09-27-2016, 04:38 AM   #10
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I thought of adding shelves to my pass through, but all would have to be removed to remove the rear wall panel to get to the water heater, furnace, water pump, transfer switch, converter/charger, etc. Too much stuff that can require maintenance and besides, if I don't have more storage I can't take more stuff that I can do without and don't need to haul the weight anyway.
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