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Old 07-22-2014, 02:49 PM   #1
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My indoor mods on the 184bh lots of pixs

few of these are for comfort, most are eye candy. when we bought new in 2011, I just wanted the inside to be a little different. trailer met our needs right off the lot and still does so today...

all puck light are swivel type and the one in the kitchen cab is beneficial.
the table was just too low and we're not tall or heavy set, so I elevated it and it's easy to undo.

the tub, the floor, and back board behind the toilet just didn't marry up too well. I used self sticking caulking bead to seal the gaps. also painted the mirror frame.

I replaced all the thin plywood under benches/sofa? w/1/2 inch plywood and used sticky shelving paper to cover them.

all wall bordering is wall tape bought at wally world. both air vents have maxxi air vents I installed the first week home w/the trailer back in 2011. they are a must have IMO...

on the outside I have done a few things. w/the exception of the air vents, the rain gutters on all 4 corners are very practical and they do a really good job.
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I like how you raised the table - I have been kicking that around for awhile.

Looks good....you've been busy!
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:53 PM   #3
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I like how you raised the table - I have been kicking that around for awhile.

Looks good....you've been busy!
thanks Tb...I know there has to be a better way to do the table but I wanted quick and simple...velcro, paint, and a 2x2...
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How did you make the stove cover? We are pretty cramped in our 184bh, and we do the majority of our cooking an a portable Coleman stove outside. I'd love to have more counter space.
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