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Old 03-16-2014, 08:18 AM   #21
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Has anyone done anything with the open area above the stereo? I noticed when pulling out the stereo that the top panel is all open behind it.
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Old 03-17-2014, 06:04 AM   #22
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Yes, I took the panel off and created a little cubby there. Use some light weight material and you can make a shelf. We keep out hats/gloves up there. The key to this trailer is to keep modifications light in weight, as there is not too much cargo carrying capacity.

Also I mentioned in my prior post, there is also room below the sink -- just remove the false wall near the plumbing. Same with the false walls under the bathroom vanity. That is a little tighter, but you can still store some soap, TP, etc under there.
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Thanks, I did remove the panel under the sink. More room for pans.
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:22 AM   #24
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You can use that thin panel from under the sink for the shelf of the cubby above the CD player. I believe that is what I used.
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OK, I found something that may or may not be useful to you depending on your existing cabinets. Custom size drawers that are reasonably priced. All you need is the right slide brackets. I may do three of these at 3" deep. I estimate the cost to be about $100.

http://www.barkerdoor.com/ProductDet...ALTIC-DOVETAIL
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Old 03-19-2014, 05:22 PM   #26
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My solution in my X17Z for utensils is plastic bins with lids. I have two of them, one for silverware and one for cooking utensils. I stack them under the sink on the top shelf.
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Old 03-20-2014, 06:06 AM   #27
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OK, I found something that may or may not be useful to you depending on your existing cabinets. Custom size drawers that are reasonably priced. All you need is the right slide brackets. I may do three of these at 3" deep. I estimate the cost to be about $100.

http://www.barkerdoor.com/ProductDet...ALTIC-DOVETAIL
That is a pretty good find. I was looking for something like that a year ago, then it fell by the wayside. However, my interest in a drawer has resurfaced as we are redoing our bathrooms this month and the old vanities are going. The vanities have small drawers I might salvage for use as a silverware drawer in our trailer. I'm going to have to see if they fit.

The kitchen outlet would have to be moved but that is not a big deal.
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My wife and I bought silverware canisters from Ikea, one for our flatware and one for our kitchen utensils. We store them in the sink during travel and then they fit nicely between the sink and the stove when we are set up at the site.
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Since someone resurrected this thread, I did finally put drawers in my X20E.

Here's a thread I created with photos: https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=21938

We just got back from a week long trip and these drawers worked great!
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My wife found a great idea. We took two cloth, over-the-door shoe holders, removed the metal hooks, used some parachute strap and hung over the bathroom door. Secured the bottom with a clip-on strap so they stay tight. One on the bathroom side, one on the outside. Works great! I'll see if I can get some pics. Great for utensils and light stuff in each holder.
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