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Old 11-23-2014, 01:12 PM   #11
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I wish I could get decent tires to go under it. No one makes a 13" that has a capacity that makes me comfortable.
On my Hybrid 2010 EXP21M I can fit 15s on it and that might give me a wider range to choose from. It came with 14s so you might see if you can do the same.
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Old 11-23-2014, 05:19 PM   #12
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If I could change one thing I'd like a front window like this
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Old 11-23-2014, 06:20 PM   #13
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Replace the empty beverage bottles.
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Old 11-23-2014, 06:58 PM   #14
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Yes, just cap it off, test it for leaks and your safe. I pulled the electric down and put a new box in behind the wave for power.
When you look at the wave you see a large grille on top and the small or narrow one on the bottom, Well I switched them out to keep the wave as high as possible under my new cutting board. I shimmed it up about 2" from the base of the cabinet.
I should have done this mod over a year a go because it makes it so much easer to use and the extra counter top space is great. The top cabinet space is huge now. I found and old cabinet door at the local ReStore and removed the center panel and installed ribbed glass to match the glass on the other side of the trailer. Sanded and stained the door and got the same hinges at Lowes. Got the plungers to hold up the door at the RV store and you do need them on either side. If you need another pic. or 2 just let me know.
If you can't find the hinges just let me know because I have an RV store about 2 miles from my house and I think they were about $10.00, looked all over the place and they ended up being just down the street. I know the exact size you need!
Just showed my wife a pic of your handy work and she loves it. Wonder what that would do to my warranty? Might have to wait 2 years...
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Old 11-23-2014, 08:28 PM   #15
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No problems here with counter space and the X23B. That was the deciding factor over the X20E, according to the DW.

I wish our shower had a deeper tub like the older models have....
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Old 11-23-2014, 08:41 PM   #16
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Just showed my wife a pic of your handy work and she loves it. Wonder what that would do to my warranty? Might have to wait 2 years...
That relocation should have no effect on your warranty,you didn't alter the Equiptment in any way you just changed it's location. That micro wave is cheap to replace anyway and what your giving up is more storege space( double in most cases at least) plus almost 5extra sq. ft.of counter top space, that's work space were talking about here. I've spent more $$ on 1 dinner for 4 that what that micro is worth. You have nothing to loose and so much to gain from this switch. You can't use 3 burners at the same time anyway, when we need to cook inside I just place my portable butane stove in its place and were good. No more food prep on the kitchen table either.
When you slip that micro wave out and look at all extra storege space you won't believe it. There's only 4-5 screws in front holding it in, just pull it out and see what you think.
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I have an X17z, I would add a dual sink.


There's a few other things I would change too; more cargo capacity, more storage, more counter space, thermostat on AC etc.
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Would have a walk in shower,no tub
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More kitchen counter space.. (+1 No tub, shower only...)
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