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Old 03-03-2014, 08:45 PM   #11
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Is that a counter extender I see? Did you install yourself? Was it challenging?

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Old 03-03-2014, 09:05 PM   #12
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Please keep in mind the extremely limited cargo carrying capacity of the 17Z. I believe it's only about 300 lbs which adds up VERY quickly.
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Old 03-03-2014, 11:48 PM   #13
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Where do you find those drawers? Our X20e has lots of storage but no drawers. I'd love to convert one of our cabinets to have drawers like this.
It just comes with the drawers.
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Is that a counter extender I see? Did you install yourself? Was it challenging?

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The counter extender was easy just bought the hinges on Amazon .com and cut the piece of wood to fit. I'll try to find the hinges for you and take a pic. Of the extension in the AM.
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Old 03-04-2014, 12:07 AM   #15
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Is that a counter extender I see? Did you install yourself? Was it challenging?

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Again, Amazon.com. Folding shelf bracket #SP1794 8x8 sold by Midwest Cabinet & Supply. There sold in pairs and I bought the shelf at Lowes and I stained it.
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My counter top extension ,it's 12-3/8" W- 19-3/8" L. It still leaves me an isle way exit 16-1/8" wide with a curved front edge for easer walk around to the steps. From the edge of the ext.to the sink is 17-1/4", counter top from sink to stove is 16-1/4" so that gives me 33-1/2" of work surface. When we put the full cutting board on the stove (that we have never used) we have 4'8" of work surface.Click image for larger version

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Tried to add 3 pics. But didn't workClick image for larger version

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Today I made steps for Tunce so she would have an easy time going to bed. For her it's a den and rather dark at night.Click image for larger version

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It should be fun for the grand kids also and the center step is an extra seat when we have a full house. The slide will close with the steps in place.
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Back to the OP's question, I installed an "add a drawer" to the table. It's plastic but works pretty well.

At Camping World - http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...a-drawer/38133
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Back to the OP's question, I installed an "add a drawer" to the table. It's plastic but works pretty well.

At Camping World - http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...a-drawer/38133
Oh, that's a must have for pad & pencil, maps, I Pad charging cords, that fork I just forgot when I sat down to eat.
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