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Old 03-10-2012, 07:56 PM   #41
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Ill check tomorrow...
Thanks inspired but only if it's right outside your door, and easy to do
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Old 03-10-2012, 08:19 PM   #42
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Thanks inspired but only if it's right outside your door, and easy to do
It is, literally...the hard part is remembering to do it.
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Hey Tslarson or someone with the same hybrid bathroom, was wondering what the width of the back wall above the toilet would be. Saw a shelf today at Canadian Tire that is exactly what I am looking for but DH said had to get a measurement first That's what happens when you marry a practical person I suppose!
The usable width is about. 18". The problem is on the left is a corner piece thats not at a 90 angle. It must be a wiring plenum. On the right is the shower.

Does this make sense? If no let me know and I'll try to explain better.
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Yes absolutely. Thanks for checking it out for us!
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Old 04-04-2012, 05:48 PM   #45
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After long day to pickup, do PDI, drive home, etc. It's now in the driveway. Spent last night with the wife and kids, good times! One minor battery issue (dealer switched terminal wires, doh!) - got some help over on RV.net.

Now to continue to read forums, figure out what we need/don't need and get some graphic ideas! Oh yea, find time to go camping!



Just wondering how the decal search was going?
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Just wondering how the decal search was going?
Well thanks for asking. It's kind of a two part answer. My wife really is starting to like the "Taco Stand" all white look, and it stands out just being white (and a hybrid - I did not see any on our first trip), and secondly we are saving all our money for trips! Still mayb do it yet......
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yes, I agree, would rather spend money on camping for sure BTW if you get a chance to check out draining concerns on the hybrid thread, we posted a picture of what our under the sing plumbing looks like and we are wondering if it is the usual or if the drain coming from the direction of the wash-room is slanted and whether or not we should be concerned. Since our TT is the same as yours, perhaps you will know if yours looks similar. Thanks
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Taco stand? :jester:
Hey, that reminds me that it's time for my meds.
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I was noticing the differences between my 2011 23J and the pictures above. Mine has 3 steps, yours has 2. I have read about a kit to raise the trailer, maybe mine has it. The brochure says over all height with air conditioner is 10 ft. Mine is closer to 10 ft 5 in. Caused me problems when finding storage last fall, the first place I tried to get into didn't have the clearance i needed. Found that out AFTER draging the trailer over there.
Because the weather was so nice I made special arrangements to get the trailer out of storage early, picked it up yesterday, snowed all the way home. Grrrrrrr.....
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I was noticing the differences between my 2011 23J and the pictures above. Mine has 3 steps, yours has 2. I have read about a kit to raise the trailer, maybe mine has it. The brochure says over all height with air conditioner is 10 ft. Mine is closer to 10 ft 5 in. Caused me problems when finding storage last fall, the first place I tried to get into didn't have the clearance i needed. Found that out AFTER draging the trailer over there.
Because the weather was so nice I made special arrangements to get the trailer out of storage early, picked it up yesterday, snowed all the way home. Grrrrrrr.....
Snow. What is that??

I measured my two steps and the bottom step is 18" below the bottom of the door. I didn't measure to the ground because I have about a 4" drop from back to front on my driveway.
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