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Old 03-16-2016, 06:57 PM   #1
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377 RLBH bunk room closet--return to stock?

As some of you know, I closed up the entry side of the bunk room closet to store keys and dog leashes. Funny thing happened this past weekend. We had another family join us and they slept in the bunk room. The couch was pulled out to a bed. When they wanted to get ready to retire for the evening and change into sleep wear, we had to fold up the bed to access the closet. Kind of a PITA.

Now I'm thinking of converting it back to the stock configuration. We haven't had the problem yet, but I'm sure we will run into it in the future. What do my fellow 377 owners think? Any of you close off the closet yet? How has it worked out?
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Old 03-16-2016, 07:02 PM   #2
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I left mine open for that very reason. My youngest wanted her own space, so we gave her the bunk room and my oldest sleeps/plays in the loft. With the bed down, we couldn't access the closet, unless we went around to the entry side. So it will stay factory.
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Old 03-16-2016, 07:15 PM   #3
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I may think of a way to make the back panel hinged so it can open to access the closet when access is needed from the entry.
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How about just attaching a Closet Maid organizer to the back of the cabinet door that has bins and hooks.
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I'm researching a couple of options. One may be just to put the hooks on the door and be done with it. Then remove the plywood back and I can have access again. Still don't really like it being a pass thru closet but that's such a minor thing in an otherwise completely awesome trailer.
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Old 03-19-2016, 10:23 AM   #6
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Tom I really like the idea of what you did and the pics looked great. We liked that feature when we looked at ours simply because my husband's grandfather lives with us and it is rare that he isnt with when the camper pulls out. It also gives him the opportunity to put additional items in his closed if we are ready to leave and the slide is already in. I will be interested in hearing about your solutions because I also am looking for a place for the dog leash, keys etc.... without having them laying all over the table and cabinets.
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