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Old 03-01-2016, 05:59 PM   #1
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looking for idea

I have a Jayco 26bh, love the thing its a nice camper for my family. But the under the sink storage wear we keep are pots and pans is a mess. So im looking for some ideas of what to do. And for some reason I can't visualize what i want.
So pictures of what you folks have done would be a great help. thanks
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Old 03-01-2016, 06:05 PM   #2
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i don't know on yours but on our 338 rets we have a low cabinet under our stove and we use that to store our pans ,most of the areas under sink are so full of stuff , plumbing and wires we didn't even try to put stuff under there
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Old 03-01-2016, 08:35 PM   #3
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i don't know on yours but on our 338 rets we have a low cabinet under our stove and we use that to store our pans ,most of the areas under sink are so full of stuff , plumbing and wires we didn't even try to put stuff under there
I have the same thing on mine, but we use it as are can storage
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Old 03-01-2016, 09:31 PM   #4
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Since you have a single door on your under sink storage area, you could build a pots and pans drawer that pulled out after you opened the door. I did this for my under oven space. You do have to spend some time neatening up the wiring so the drawer works properly, and also sizing of the drawer is important. The first pictures are of my 2011 Jayco X23J, the last one is of our new Starcraft 299BHU.






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Old 03-01-2016, 10:28 PM   #5
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If memory serves me correctly (my 26BH is in storage), you cannot add a normal slide out drawer to that area due the wheel well arch.
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If memory serves me correctly (my 26BH is in storage), you cannot add a normal slide out drawer to that area due the wheel well arch.
you would be right
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I made (what I call) "Nesting Racks" for both my pot-n-pan drawer and my upper cabinets. Simple to do: cut 1/4" plywood to size and cover with rubber shelf liner; lay pots & pans (or dishes/glasses/cups) onto shelf liner; mark at least 3 locations for posts; cut 5/8" dowel to length for posts, drill pilot hole in post ends to accommodate drywall screw; dip posts in "Plasti-Dip" (optional); install posts onto plywood by screwing "up" through underside of plywood into pilot hole in end of dowel; set "Nesting Rack" into cabinet or drawer; install pots & pans. Viola!
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I made (what I call) "Nesting Racks" for both my pot-n-pan drawer and my upper cabinets. Simple to do: cut 1/4" plywood to size and cover with rubber shelf liner; lay pots & pans (or dishes/glasses/cups) onto shelf liner; mark at least 3 locations for posts; cut 5/8" dowel to length for posts, drill pilot hole in post ends to accommodate drywall screw; dip posts in "Plasti-Dip" (optional); install posts onto plywood by screwing "up" through underside of plywood into pilot hole in end of dowel; set "Nesting Rack" into cabinet or drawer; install pots & pans. Viola!

that is really nice, great mod. I will be doing that as soon as it warms up a bit thanks for sharing
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I made (what I call) "Nesting Racks" for both my pot-n-pan drawer and my upper cabinets. Simple to do: cut 1/4" plywood to size and cover with rubber shelf liner; lay pots & pans (or dishes/glasses/cups) onto shelf liner; mark at least 3 locations for posts; cut 5/8" dowel to length for posts, drill pilot hole in post ends to accommodate drywall screw; dip posts in "Plasti-Dip" (optional); install posts onto plywood by screwing "up" through underside of plywood into pilot hole in end of dowel; set "Nesting Rack" into cabinet or drawer; install pots & pans. Viola!
Cool I like that idea, im going to have to do that in my upper cabinets
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We went a different route and purchased the Magma 10-Piece Gourmet "Nesting" Cookware Set w/CeramicaŽ Non-Stick, along with a few additional accessories (sauté and colander) that nest into it. It has heavy bottoms so it doesn't burn and the ceramic lining is so easy to clean; handles are detachable. It is mighty heavy so we store it low in our TT and it travels very well. Highly recommended, so much so that we bought a set for our son's tent trailer.
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