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Old 01-06-2015, 07:22 PM   #1
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Mor/ryde EZ STOW

Saw this on a 2015 Jayco dealer website video. Tried searching Mor/Ryde for more info but I'm having no luck. Just wondering if anyone might have more info about it. Price, depth, etc.

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Old 01-07-2015, 07:41 AM   #2
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From what I can see it looks like a tray that pulls out to use for small (flat) tools. I don't have any dimensions but would like to know also. I see it on the new Jayco models. I love the new Jayco 321rsts 5th wheel. Looks like some nice changes for 2015.

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I was at a camper show and saw the EZ-Stow. I asked the guy (not a dealer employee) what it was for and was told for a TV. I don't think that is the case, this EZ-Stow is quite strong and would probably be better for heavier things. It slides almost fully out for easy retrieval of items.
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I have one in my 36REQS. It's just a utility tray but I was wondering how much it would hold as I am think of mounting a TV mount on the bottom of it to swing out and put a good size TV for outside viewing
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Old 02-22-2016, 11:07 AM   #5
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Here it is here Hidden Storage Tray - MORryde Products

I have one. When it slides forward it slides down at the same time so it hides behind the top edge of your cargo door
Doesn't hold that much...nothing tall. And depending on how high you door is off the ground, short people can't see in.
I certainly wouldn't go buy one if it didn't come stock with the trailer.
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Old 02-22-2016, 01:30 PM   #6
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Looking on the site, it would be cool if they would combine this idea with the Genny tray. attach your generator to the bottom side with a winch, hoist it up, and slide it in supported from the top. Let it back down to the ground when you arrive and wheel it around to front side for hookup.

Someone else here posted a ramp and pulley system that they designed for loading their Genny, but having this extend out might be just as simple.
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We have one and like it but probably would not have bought it if it wasn't on at purchase time. It is 3" high, 16" deep and 26.5" wide. It is where we store small tools, hammers, axe, ect that normally would get lost in other places
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Old 02-22-2016, 05:13 PM   #8
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There was one for sale on here not long ago. Here's the link to it:
Might send a pm if you really want one.
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We have one and I like it... especially for holding tools (socket set, hammer, etc.) and things that can get tangled (dog tethers/screw-in hooks). It moves up and out of the way but you have to be careful not to hit your head when reaching far into the storage compartment.

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