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Old 06-20-2012, 09:21 AM   #1
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Smile Hidden spaces on 23J?

Love post of people finding hidden unused spaces. Anybody found any on the 23J?
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Old 06-20-2012, 09:52 AM   #2
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I have found so much un-hidden space, I don't need hidden space
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Old 06-20-2012, 10:00 AM   #3
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The 23J does have an amazing amount of space. Some of my upcoming mods will be to add shelves to to front and rear wardrobes with a slide out hamper. But what I want to know is what is inside the front bulge of the trailer behind LP tanks? Inside the trailer its flat with 2 small pockets. Whats in there?
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I wondered about the same thing. I am already approaching my payload limit, dont wanna temp myself too much on the front. That said, in the cargo compartment it will be easy to take down one panel and have a look inside . Just have to tend with the Entertainment wiring. I am looking foward to see what you find.
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There is so much storage space that we haven't filled it all up yet. I do wonder about that front bulge too, I know that the shelving up front would take up some of the room, but there has to be more. With the 700 lb toungue weight on my 2011 model, I can't really afford to add more stuff that would increase the tongue weight, maybe a great place to store the fishing rods? Going to have to investigate.
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Old 06-21-2012, 10:41 AM   #6
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Found space-- Under the fridge in our 19h, removed the back panel, lifted the flex hose up & secured, that doubled that space. Larry
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I also have the x23J and boy is there a lot of space. 700lb tongue weight...wow. Didn't realize it was that much. We just got ours used in brand new condition. Heading to a CAT scale tomorrow morning, full, to see how everything weighs. I haven't found a lot of info or pics specifically on the 23J. I would love too see what you all have done to your TT.
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It is a heavy bugger. I just got my new tongue scale. Aka toy. Pla[HTML][/HTML]yed with it trying to keep my weight at 750. Camping now, loaded for us we are 6175. I am extending the bumper by 15inches and a truck side rail box.. I will post pictures when done .
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