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Old 06-15-2013, 09:16 PM   #11
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Glad your back home safely and thanks for the awesome pics/stories you shared during your trip. I would love to do a out west road trip like that some day! The counter top thing...the PO of our TT made up a 3/4 or 5/8" plywood top that has been sanded and finished to go over the stove burners. they uesd some 1 1/4" dow rods cut short for legs and are just high enough to clear the burners after mounting to the bottom of the top. Also, they used rubber foot ends on the legs to keep it from moving on the counter while in tow. Thought I had a pic somewhere..
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Old 06-15-2013, 10:20 PM   #12
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Ah,
Exjay that sounds like an easy design for DIY.
I was thinking I'd have to glue a couple strips across the bottom to lock it in with the burner cover rods.

Thanks for the information and kind comments.

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Very nice, ExJay.
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Old 06-19-2013, 04:39 PM   #15
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Doug,

We bought a nice cutting board at Camping World that sits on the stove and has a rubber mesh bottom so it doesn't slide around. Super handy. The only downside is that you can't put it back in place immediately after you've used the stove because it's still too hot.

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Here's what I ended up with.
1. 15" x 20" cutting board with 2 blocks on bottom to lock it into stove cover grid. $10 Walmart
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2. Charging station made from drawer organizer with several pockets for cell phones, mp3 players, et. $8 Walmart
I screwed it to wall above a double out let in the hallway.
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3. I wanted to stabilize our 3 drawer clothing bins. I cut a 2x4 to fit snugly across width of bunk. Screwed through bins into 2x4. No holes added to TT
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The only other things I have planned is to remove hanger rod from closet over bed and add 2 shelves instead.

Then onto the sewer hose storage mod.

Cheap, easy and quick lol

I am all about easy :-)

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NEAT, Doug
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