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Old 05-21-2016, 07:42 PM   #241
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Bunk Room Light Switch

We finally got the bunkroom light switch moved to a useful area. I left the light switch in place for the lights above the desk, but moved the room light switch to the door way. The other picture shows how I hid the wire. I took a piece of edging and covered it up so that we would not pull or rip the wire out when using the cabinet to the right of the control panel.
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Old 05-22-2016, 06:56 AM   #242
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[QUOTE=Magnolia Tom;372891]

Here is the soundbar. It fits in the little space in front of the tv. I reinforced the shelf to support the weight. It's Velcro'd in and I move it and set it on the counter when in use.


Hey Tom, I did the same exact thing. Then I saw you already did this well before me. How did you support that flimsy shelf the sound bar is on? Just some small L brackets?
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I used some 1/2" plywood and "L" brackets


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Old 05-22-2016, 07:59 AM   #244
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Old 05-22-2016, 02:33 PM   #245
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Outdoor kitchen mod

1. removed cooktop
2. removed cabinet
3. replaced counter top
4. installed wood plank flooring
5. added LED light strip to ceiling

Came out looking great!
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Old 05-22-2016, 02:37 PM   #246
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Outdoor kitchen Mod

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Mods to 377 RLBH?

Very nice Redbird!
I just noticed, you have a "wall" between the fridge and cooktop. I don't have that on mine

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The wall: well sometimes when you ask questions you get walls. I mentioned that the floor was moving when i walk in the hall to the bath. They built the wall.
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OUTSTANDING, Redbird7!!! What a great modification! But looking at your photos got me confused enough that I just went outside to look at mine...

I also have a 2016 377RLBH, however, it doesn't have a solid partition between the stove area and the small fridge. Mine is wide open. It looks like you built-up the floor of your compartment so that it's about flush with the bottom of door edge? (so the fridge door will open, I presume?) I may just replicate this mod, as I have a Coleman Roadtrip and a smaller grill already converted to low-pressure, and I really wouldn't be using that little stove for anything....

Thank you for sharing!!!!!
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Here are some in depth pics of what i did.
added 2x2 then added 3/4 plywood on top. then added laminet flooring.

Dont worry about the wall. it was a dealer add on. Not really needed.
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