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Old 07-05-2014, 04:38 PM   #11
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Cool mods Tunce. I use my oven (great for baking bread) so I won't move my micro, but I have done other mods to my TT to make it fit my needs. It's fun to personalize the ol' home on wheels, isn't it!

I've been wanting to build a countertop extension in my 26BH. Thanks for explaining your countertop mod.

And heck, you're just up north from me. I'm in Bonnie Lake.
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You made it look nice. My wife wants somewhere to put her curling iron in the bathroom, not to mention some extra counter space.
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Old 07-05-2014, 05:39 PM   #13
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You made it look nice. My wife wants somewhere to put her curling iron in the bathroom, not to mention some extra counter space.
I put 2 command hooks in the shower stall to hang wet clothes from being out in rainy weather during the day. If you don't use it for showers maybe you can put one up to hang the curling iron. These Command hooks are rated for 3 lbs. and they have others.
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Old 07-05-2014, 05:53 PM   #14
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Cool mods Tunce. I use my oven (great for baking bread) so I won't move my micro, but I have done other mods to my TT to make it fit my needs. It's fun to personalize the ol' home on wheels, isn't it!

I've been wanting to build a countertop extension in my 26BH. Thanks for explaining your countertop mod.

And heck, you're just up north from me. I'm in Bonnie Lake.
Here's a close up of the extension, it's 12-3/8" wide by 19-3/8" long with a radius rear corner for easy enter or exit. That left me 16" to walk around for the enter/exit and that's more than enough. It's easy open the door and lock it at night if you keep it up.
I bought the "Folding Shelf Bracket" on eBay (sold in pairs) in white for $15.00 I think and their 8" ones and they also make 12" ones.
Bonnie Lake, looks like we're neighbors and for a cold one I'll give a hand.
To mix the stain I bought 2 eye droppers from Walgreens and that works out for other projects also.
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Old 07-05-2014, 06:19 PM   #15
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While I'm at it here is a step I made for my Hybrid bunk end. It's 10" high and 10x10 and I didn't stain it because I wanted it to be easy to see.
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These are the stairs I made for Tunce so she doesn't have to jump up or down. It's great for the little grand kids too. There removable but I can also close the slide and leave them in place with a 1/2" to spare. I do have to remember to remove the carpet at the front edge thou, don't want Tunce to slip on the floor.
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Dude, if this reincarnation thing turns out to be true; can I come back as your dog?
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Love the mods, we travel with a Great Dane & Golden Retriever. Camping is not camping w/out the dogs!
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Dude, if this reincarnation thing turns out to be true; can I come back as your dog?
Sure thing Dave and you see that bag of treats on the table? Well, she didn't eat any she only ate the cheese and crackers. Can't find the other pic. I'm looking for but we don't eat red meat and when we grill outside when camping (3times a week) she always gets a Steak and a good one at that. Sometimes when people walk by and say "that serf and turf looks really good" we say NO the Steak is for Tunce we don't eat meat. Get some strange looks but ya know they just spent $50 sum K on their rig and this is just a steak. This dog would die for me and this is the least I can do.
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Love the mods, we travel with a Great Dane & Golden Retriever. Camping is not camping w/out the dogs!
Did you buy your TT with the dogs in mind just like we did?
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