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Old 09-05-2011, 03:53 PM   #1
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Toy Hauler Tool Box Mod

Nice mod, I did something similar with my previous toyhauler.
I made a mount over the batteries tall enough to be able to service them.
the trick was I only had 12 inches of width to work with.
Lowes has a Kolbalt brand that did the trick.
It was a wonderful addition as toyhaulers are very limited on storage.
Here are a few pics.


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Old 09-06-2011, 11:21 PM   #2
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quadnkev, are you a wizard???
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Great Mod QuadnKev! May not be a Jayco but your previous mod may inspire others and still deserves it's own thread so I moved it for ya!
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Old 09-07-2011, 09:50 AM   #4
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quadnkev, are you a wizard???
Clutch,
No, but I am a "Friend of Wizards" a long association that has been fun.
You must know my trailer from campouts.:hihi:
Actually I meant to post this as a reply to a person that had mounted
a box on his trailer.
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(LOL - the 'wizard' response was already there when I moved this into your own thread. I think Clutch meant it to be a compliment for you on your efforts... because your mod is pretty good!)
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:25 PM   #6
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Very nice...
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(LOL - the 'wizard' response was already there when I moved this into your own thread. I think Clutch meant it to be a compliment for you on your efforts... because your mod is pretty good!)

You are close Healthi but no cigar. The wizards are a sand dune group on the Oregon coast called the Sand Wizards. Like on here, a very nice group of people.
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Clutch,
Good of you to clarify that to the others here.
Here are a couple pics of our new-to-us 2007 Jayco Seneca 34SS.
going to have the welding dept. built a flatbed for the RZR and two sportsmans.

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Kev, that is a very nice motorhome. How is the RZR working for you? We have a Rhino and are now looking at Can Am's and RZR's. Just can't make up our minds yet.
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Loving the RZR, it was fun to have when Camp Hosting at Dunefest.
Also working the "bucket list" down, Glamis with the RZR forum group at Halloween
was fun being guided through where we had not been before.
Add to that 4th of July, same group at St. Anthony's for more major sand riding.
Then we went to Henry's Lake a bit outside of West Yellostone for some "turf time"
with the RZR, spent some time on some mountain tops and going around the lake.
Some I spoke with that have the Commanders are unhappy with the 4-wheel drive system
when one wheel is off the ground there is a performance issue built in as a safety
measure that is at fault.
See you at the dunes!!
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