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Old 08-04-2011, 06:09 AM   #1
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Stuff sliding around cabinets?

Newbie here, so you put your stuff in the cabinets real neat, go down the road and when you get to cg it looks like Hurricane went thru. Any suggestions?
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Old 08-04-2011, 06:21 AM   #2
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We line the cabinets with that no-slip synthetic matting material (sheets).
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Old 08-04-2011, 07:28 AM   #3
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You'll have that quite often. Our pup bouces around quite a bit while being towed, and stuff does end up looking like a rummage sale. Smaller containers to hold stuff on top of the no-slip stuff seems to work well in the drawers and storage compartments.
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Old 08-04-2011, 07:47 AM   #4
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You take towels with you right? Instead of 'packing' them in a place of their own try stuffing them amongst the items in your cabinets.
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sabre39 You can also stuff the cab with the throw pillows from the couch, or just fix the stuff when you reach your cg.You can do it in this order.1. Find site, have a beer,2. setup, have a beer,3A. fix cabinets, have many beers. 3B. have DW fix cabinets,have many more beers. Larry
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3B. have DW fix cabinets, have many more beers. Larry
That's probably the best advice. That way you can avoid the "Honey, where did you put the ...":hihi:
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We use the non slip liner material as well, but sometimes that stuff slips on the shelf, going to use 2 way tape to hold that in place.
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Old 08-07-2011, 06:36 PM   #8
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Our bedroom TV is a slim LCD that sits in a deep cabinet designed for the old tube type sets (which you can't even buy today). I push it all the way to the rear and stuff a pillow in front of it. The worst road we ever travel is the first and last five miles of every trip and it's never had a problem. Maybe Jayco will redesign its TV cabinet one of these days. As it is, you can't get a decent size television in the cabinet because sets are so much wider these days with the 16.9 aspect ration vs the old 4.3. I was told they make their own cabinets. It's already been a few years. So what's the problem? :wazzup:
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