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Old 05-14-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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Hello , we have a JF 19H and are trying to utilize all possible space, under the bathroom sink there is a small storage area, but appears the panel below could be removed to provide more. Has anyone made any modifications here? I did a search but did not see any. do not want to mess with it if there is something being protected there. Any others gained any space in a model 19H


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Old 05-14-2012, 07:49 PM   #2
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Good question. I saw that space yesterday and wondered same thing!
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Old 05-14-2012, 09:06 PM   #3
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We recovered a lot of space in our last trailer which was a hybrid.. Every bit counts.
The panels we removed were just stapled on.. If your careful you can just glue it back in place with liquid nails..if it turns out to be protecting something important.
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Nope, I've never removed a panel...NOT!! I'm the self-appointed space utilization king!! I ripped out several in the 23B and relocated a few more.
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Hello , we have a JF 19H and are trying to utilize all possible space, under the bathroom sink there is a small storage area, but appears the panel below could be removed to provide more. Has anyone made any modifications here? I did a search but did not see any. do not want to mess with it if there is something being protected there. Any others gained any space in a model 19H


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Thats probably where your water pump is... not a good idea to pack stuff around it...
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Old 05-16-2012, 11:12 AM   #6
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winstmk-- You can check the mods section pg 3 "19h mods to date" & the best one "tlhdoc front hybred storage" on pg 5. There are others concerning adding tool boxes to the front & rear. Larry
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winstmk-- You can check the mods section pg 3 "19h mods to date" & the best one "tlhdoc front hybred storage" on pg 5. There are others concerning adding tool boxes to the front & rear. Larry
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winstmk I am not sure what is under your shelf, but if it is like my 17Z there is flex duct behind it, along with some plastic pipes. I do store stuff in there. Small bottles of toilet treatment, and extra toothbrushes, razors, etc. They are for my "guest" that forget to bring their own.
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