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Old 06-04-2012, 09:25 AM   #21
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Squidmotion-- You can get some mod ideas from the mods section ,page 3 "19h mods to date" & "tlhdoc front hybred storage" on page 5. Larry
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Old 06-04-2012, 12:17 PM   #22
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When we picked up our 23B the dealer had installed (welded to the frame) a trailer hitch by accident. It was suppose to been have installed on another 23B, but they mixed up trailers. We use a hitch mounted bicycle rack while traveling. Only downfall is you have to remove the rack to open the bunk ends.
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was there much bounce on the bike rack. I was thinking of having that done to mine.
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Old 06-04-2012, 03:35 PM   #24
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Honestly I do not know if there was any bounce. However, I do use two heavy bungee cords, to secure the load. I wrap one end of each cord around the bumper. Then I pull the cord snuggle through the wheels (to keep them from rotating) and then through the bike frames to the other end of the bike and secure it up on top to the rack. I do the same with the other cord from the other direction.
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i got started on a few other projects for the 19H, and i have a solution for at least one bike, hopefully two, inside the camper... i'll toss up the photos on my 'mods' page as i do the install...

basically, what i'm doing:

mrs. squidmo requested a step for getting into the front bunk, as it's a little high... knowing that we could give up a bit of leg room for a step was no big deal... so i designed a box, with a hinged lid, that mounts to the front bulkhead, between the sofa and the dinette... inside the box, i have two fork mounts...

just open up the lid, mount the forks, and bungee the back wheels down... i've got to figure out the best possible spot to place the fork mounts, and i'll feel lucky if i can get two bikes to work in that space... only one way to find out!

got the box built yesterday....

also planning on doing the front storage mod as well.. and pop is already working on a few matching doors.
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got the step/box prototype installed... more details on my 'mods' page... i'll post more photos after i get a couple of bikes installed!
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a couple of crummy photos of two bikes inside... i'll try to get a few better images...
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