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Old 07-20-2016, 08:53 AM   #11
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Oooh great idea! That might also get the fuel filler up high enough where the pump nozzle/handle/thing does not scratch the crap out of the fiberglass when filling up.

Maybe we could work out a trade
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Old 07-20-2016, 02:01 PM   #12
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AaronM - Another question: How did you secure the console, or does it just rest on the floor?

If you ever offer kits, I can TIG weld mine together! I can see it now, some wrinkle finish paint......!
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Old 07-20-2016, 05:32 PM   #13
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I actually just welded a little spike in each corner. They poke down into the carpet and the console is heavy enough that it doesn't seem to want to move. We'll find out on the next road test if it stays put.
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Nice!
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Old 08-01-2016, 05:10 PM   #15
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That is awesome! I agree, I could use one.
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Awesome work! Looking for ideas for my 2007 Seneca Thanks!
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Awesome work! Looking for ideas for my 2007 Seneca Thanks!
Ditto
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Old 09-23-2016, 08:37 AM   #18
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Thanks everyone!

I finally finished up the re-design of the console. I added a tray to the front which really works nice and made the side compartments bigger. I was going to try to get a picture of it in the motorhome but it has been at Freightliner for the last few days with a no-start problem.
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I am busy right now shrinking the rear bed from king to queen size. Wife and I very much looking forward to having more room to get around back there. Especially since adding the washer/dryer, more room at that corner will be welcome.
Plus his console looks nicer than I could probably fab myself!
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I am busy right now shrinking the rear bed from king to queen size. Wife and I very much looking forward to having more room to get around back there. Especially since adding the washer/dryer, more room at that corner will be welcome.
Plus his console looks nicer than I could probably fab myself!
I can understand the desire to downsize the bed. Unfortunately for us, we have three labs who insist on sleeping on the bed with us, so the king is necessary. I did finally pull the trigger on a sleep number mattress, though - a very nice improvement over the Denver that came with this thing.

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