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Old 05-25-2011, 09:29 AM   #11
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Travel bars are nice as long as you keep them well stocked.
LOL. That was my first thought Jeannie. I thought I'd learn how to securely and safely store the liquor bottles and glassware in my TT.

Guess I'll have to figure that one out on my own...

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Old 05-25-2011, 10:24 AM   #12
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Plastic shooters. Who needs glasses?
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Old 05-25-2011, 04:54 PM   #13
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Well then let's just take hits off the bottle!
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Old 05-25-2011, 06:35 PM   #14
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OK. We had some fun. But now, let's get back on topic (Do I sound like a moderator, or what?). Sorry to be a party pooper.

For those who never saw a travel bar or what one looks like when it's in place, I took this picture last night of a travel bar as installed in my TT. My slideout is rather large (about 14 feet) so I have two travel bars; one on each end.



The travel bar ends rest on what is the roof of the slideout. When you have the travel bar in its place, there is a lever on the bar that is pulled which extends it slightly, thus "locking" it in place.
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The slide lock I have turns to tighten or loosen.

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Yeah, Crabman. That style appears to install similar to those bars that you put between the sides of your pickup bed to keep your cargo from sliding around.
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Yeah, Crabman. That style appears to install similar to those bars that you put between the sides of your pickup bed to keep your cargo from sliding around.
I have one of those bars in my pickup shell that I'm using for a clothes rod. The two cargo bars I actually use as cargo bars are ratcheting units that look like non-sanforized versions of the ones the big boys use.

Thanks for posting photos of the travel bars. I had never seen one before and could only come up with the wrong visualization. Slainte!
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Good one Lady Fitz, I almost spilled my tea when I read it. lol. Later Ernie
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We have one that rests on the top of the slide in the cupboard (our slide is a couch slide). It looks a little diffent then the ones shown here. I loaned my camera to my daughter but can take a pic of it this weekend when we are camping.

Now the wine, it just gets wedged up in the corner of one of the cabinets with a lot of stuff in it. Beer travels well in the fridge
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Now the wine, it just gets wedged up in the corner of one of the cabinets with a lot of stuff in it. Beer travels well in the fridge
Eliminate the middle man store your beer in the toilet.
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