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Old 09-22-2020, 10:54 PM   #81
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Second “mod”. We were missing a place to put our shoes when we walk in the RV. Our old roo had a space with a door, right next to the entrance where we would leave our shoes. We always take our shoes off to keep the RV as clean as possible.

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Do you remember where you got this?

Good old Walmart. Still one of my favorite mods.
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Old 09-23-2020, 07:26 AM   #83
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Using a jigsaw I contoured the cutting board edge to fit snug to the countertop. You can leave the edge straight if you want. There will be a gap if your countertop is rounded like mine. No other modifications to the board were made.

The brackets I used were Ultrawall Folding Shelf Brackets.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The cutting board I used was the same thickness as the countertop. This made it on the heavy side. I did this because the large standard thickness cutting board I used as a cover on the stovetop would warp and crack. Had that cutting board been made out of bamboo it would not have done so. So, if you use a standard thickness cutting board, I'd use bamboo. At the time I couldn't find one in the right size.

With a standard thickness cutting board you can probably use lighter weight brackets like these.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

You will need to double the thickness of the board where the brackets attach in order for the board to be level with the countertop when it's in the upright position.
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Old 09-24-2020, 07:51 PM   #84
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It is a brand new model made for 19. We were always looking at the 355MBQS but it lacked my outdoor kitchen. While looking for midbunks last year I saw this floorplan on their website. Liked it right away, Jaycos quality just “looked” better when we walked in. So I wanted the Jayco 355MBQS is an outdoor kitchen. Voila.
Cannot wait to get it. It is so new that it appears mine will be one of the first.
I have a 2019 355MBQS with an outdoor kitchen.
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I have a 2019 355MBQS with an outdoor kitchen.

I guess this is technically correct. You have a sink and mini fridge in the area under stairs. But does not have a stove, correct?

Mine has a bigger fridge and gas grill on the rear slide, that is what I was referring to.
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I guess this is technically correct. You have a sink and mini fridge in the area under stairs. But does not have a stove, correct?

Mine has a bigger fridge and gas grill on the rear slide, that is what I was referring to.
Grill and a mini frig although I turned the grill into a drawer because I don’t want to burn my rig down, the grill was pretty frightening in action. I bought a Weber Q grill and converted it to run off the rig propane, I carry it in the basement and hook it up with a 20’ quick disconnect propane line.
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Old 09-25-2020, 05:37 AM   #87
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Grill and a mini frig although I turned the grill into a drawer because I don’t want to burn my rig down, the grill was pretty frightening in action. I bought a Weber Q grill and converted it to run off the rig propane, I carry it in the basement and hook it up with a 20’ quick disconnect propane line.

I stand correct then. That would be an outdoor kitchen then. Maybe I should have said it has a smaller one.

Agreed with you on the grill, I believe I posted pics of what I did with mine on this thread.
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Old 09-25-2020, 06:07 AM   #88
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I stand correct then. That would be an outdoor kitchen then. Maybe I should have said it has a smaller one.

Agreed with you on the grill, I believe I posted pics of what I did with mine on this thread.
We have the 355MBQS, too, and with the residential fridge we weren't too concerned about the smaller one in the outdoor kitchen.

I kept my Capital Grille. It boils water great, can use other pots and pans on it, and we found a skillet that fits the grate perfectly. For grilling, I have a Weber Smokey Joe, Holland Companion and Green Mountain Davy Crockett that stay with the camper. Pretty much miniature versions of the grills at home.
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We have the 355MBQS, too, and with the residential fridge we weren't too concerned about the smaller one in the outdoor kitchen.

I kept my Capital Grille. It boils water great, can use other pots and pans on it, and we found a skillet that fits the grate perfectly. For grilling, I have a Weber Smokey Joe, Holland Companion and Green Mountain Davy Crockett that stay with the camper. Pretty much miniature versions of the grills at home.

Glad to see others with charcoal grills and a smoker.

I have the Weber Jumbo Joe and the WSM 18” for my cooking needs. That is why the Capital Grill is gone. I tried a skillet in it and while it worked, it was kind of messy and slow to cook for me. My 3 burner Coleman cooks much better, now looking for a larger skillet to take full advantage of the space.
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