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Old 04-12-2014, 08:33 PM   #1
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storage under bunk 154BH

I've joined the company of Jayco owners but won't have the unit in town for a few weeks. To prepare for camping, can someone tell me what size opening there is with the door lifted to the under bunk storage. 2013 model. Any chance of getting a lawn chair in there?
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Old 04-12-2014, 08:55 PM   #2
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20.5 x 9 for my 2012 154BH
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Old 04-12-2014, 10:46 PM   #3
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I don't have the 154, but the 184. My camper is very similar. I leave my camping chairs under my dinette. I keep my outside storage for everything else that goes outside... Grill, wood blocks, hoses, charcoal, etc. dirt stays outside.

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I bought a Sky Box for the top of the car from REI and keep most of our outdoor stuff( folding table,beach chairs, small grill, beach wind breaker tent,extra blanket, 4' aluminum ladder)
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@xkuzme1 you are getting a grill under there? What grill do you have?

My outside storage has all my hoses, blocks, tools and my hitch when parked. Chairs are under dinette. Grill and outdoor rug are in storage bags and stored in the bunk.
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I love my grill! Small, does a good job too! It hard to cook slow, but steaks are always suppose to cook at highest heat :-)

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In my outside storage I have: tool box, carpet, grill, wood blocks, charcoal, BAL lever (next to grill, most important thing), propane cans, hoses, extra electrical cords, drill, dogbones, and extra small folding table (card table size).

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