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Old 12-18-2014, 05:05 PM   #11
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I have had 2 rear kitchen fifth wheels and 1 mid kitchen model. We had a few problems with all of them. Nothing that could not be resolved by placing enough in the cabinet to prevent movement. We used small bungees and child cabinet restraints to keep the rear doors closed and secure. Jaycos cabinet doors on our newer rig are much more secure.

Remember, you are moving down the road at 65 mph or faster. Things move around.
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Had a friend that several years ago that was coming home from Florida on interstate 75 and when he got home all the rear cabinets were on the floor with broken China everywhere. The problem was his DW had loaded the cabinets with the heavy China and can goods . Lesson learned
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We arrive at a CG once, opened the slide and found a Tupperware container of sugar open on the floor.
It hit right over a heat vent. What a mess.
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