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Old 06-12-2016, 04:29 PM   #1
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Mods to 375BHFS

Hi, These are a few mods to our North Point 375BHFS. Not even in the same league as those by the Masters of Mods on this forum but they work for us .

Paper towel and plastic bag holder by entry door
Bigger fridge (we already had) and paper towel holder in outside kitchen
Sound bar below and sub behind TV
Smart tiles behind kitchen stove
Handy key hooks
Replaced both bathroom faucets and the kitchen faucet
Needed somewhere in the bunk room for the kids to hang their shirts so converted half of both of the lower cabinets to hanging space

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back bath faucet.jpg   Front bath faucet.jpg   Kitchen faucet.jpg   Hanging space before.jpg   Hanging space after.jpg  

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Old 06-12-2016, 04:32 PM   #2
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Mods Continued:

Since I'm short, found a handy place for a 3 step ladder
My favorite mod - more drawers in the kitchen!!
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Very nice! How did you fasten the plastic bag and paper towel holders to the exterior wall?
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We just used double sided foam tape for both. In a previous camper we had the bag holder mounted under an upper kitchen cabinet with just the tape and it stayed put so we hope it will stay on the wall too.
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Old 09-05-2016, 08:29 PM   #5
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New Faucet and tiles

Since we generally do not camp on holiday weekends we had a chance to get a couple more things done today. New faucet for outside kitchen and tiles in both bathrooms.
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If you don't mind telling,how did you go about changing the outdoor kitchen faucet,i desperately need to change mine and cant really figure out how to get to it easily to change,i pulled the drawer out and that was about the only access I have to get to it
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If you don't mind telling,how did you go about changing the outdoor kitchen faucet,i desperately need to change mine and cant really figure out how to get to it easily to change,i pulled the drawer out and that was about the only access I have to get to it
We pulled the stove all the way out and accessed it there. Not a ton of room, but not bad either. Easy swap to make and I love the quick connect faucet and hose, so much nicer than what was there!
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I am not trying to hijack this thread, but since "314BHDS" asked the questions and since I assume by the name, we have similar trailers.

Below is a link to my mod on the outdoor kitchen faucet replacement.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...cet-22634.html
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I am not trying to hijack this thread, but since "314BHDS" asked the questions and since I assume by the name, we have similar trailers.

Below is a link to my mod on the outdoor kitchen faucet replacement.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...cet-22634.html
Thanks,yes we must have the same trailer but my outdoor kitchen is diffrent.next to the sink it's raised about 6" with a drawer and a microwave on top and a large corner cabinet,my fridge is angled in the corner.I wish my sink was like yours,my hands are on the side,if it's square all around I may see if I can turn it and put the handles in the back. I take it you used 1/2 shark bite fittings to attach to pex pipe
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Nice tile backsplash; Thinking about doing ours.
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