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Old 05-21-2014, 01:04 PM   #1
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MY 2015 Eagle 34.5 BHTS FW Mods

So I can't take credit for any of the ideas because I found them all on this awesome site. So far I have added Bal Lock arms on all four courners, Max Air II covers on both vents, Stove Cover, bed rails on both bunk bedbeds, small shelves in masterbedroom, rubber shoe mat under tv stand, and TST 507 flow thru.
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Old 05-21-2014, 01:06 PM   #2
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:42 PM   #4
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Nice work. I have my vent covers in the garage waiting to be put on. I also like your stove cover.
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Old 05-21-2014, 10:18 PM   #5
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The vent covers were an easy install but I did them by my self and couldn't figure out how to release the vent top from the hinge on the camper so I made about 8 trips up and down the ladder to open and close the vents. if I would of had help it would of been very easy 5 minute job with someone in the camper to open and close the vent. The hardest part was carrying them up the ladder.
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Old 05-21-2014, 11:57 PM   #6
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That is a beautiful trailer. I can see you have a lot of time in it.
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Very nice work! Looks like she's ready for camping!
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Very nice, indeed. Thanks for sharing!
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Old 07-31-2014, 10:18 AM   #9
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Nice mods, and love the home-made bunk bed rails (I need them for my 314BDS). I'm curious as to how are you secured those rails so they don't move when the kids push on them - do you have "arms" that slide under the matress or did you screw in "L-brackets"?

Any info/pics is greatly appreciated
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I used a 1x10 pine board and ripped it down to 8 1/2" for the bed rails, since the bunk above the table folds up the 1x10 was going to rub on the ceiling and I wanted them both to match so I made them both the same height. The rail above the table is 30" long rounded on both ends and the other one is 36" rounded on one end and stained with Minwax special walnut color stain, the pine I used didn't take the stain well so I had to go four coats with a clear sealer on top to get it to darken up. I used 6" heavy duty L braces that go under the mattress to hold it together with long screws in the bottom of the brace. They are pretty study but the kids could rip them off if they got to messing around on the bunks. I wanted something to give them a little resistance while sleeping if they got to rolling around. Our daughter that's (5) sleeps on the bottom but her cousins (7) & (9) have slept on the bunks for 20 nights this summer and we have had no problems
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