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Old 03-12-2012, 08:57 AM   #1
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Anyone have a model with the fully enclosed bathroom (not walk thru model)? Where/how are you hanging towels for the shower. Been trying to think of the best solution. Don't feel studs behind the bathroom walls and not sure about mounting anything there. Did you put a towel bar on the door? Any interference with the Linen closet?

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Old 03-12-2012, 09:26 AM   #2
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Donna...

I don't have my trailer yet so I can't say for sure but in our old trailer I simply used wall anchors so I didn't have to worry about hitting the studs for towels and heavy things like that.

For pictures they make a "S" type of hook that only leaves a hole the size of a paper clip and then make sure you put "glue putty" on the corners to keep them from sliding around on the walls while traveling.


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Old 03-12-2012, 10:50 AM   #3
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Donna - on our 31sl I put up a couple of hooks with anchors. One behind the toilet and one at the same height on the side of the toilet closest to the door. I also hung one on the right side off the sink for hand towel. I did not mount anything on the cabinets or door.
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The wall panneling behind the toilet is paper thin. What type of anchor did you use to mount the hook?
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We bought an over-the-door towel bar (with three bars on it) at Target and hung it over the door where you enter the bathroom from the hallway. We haven't used that door much because when the bedroom door is open, it partially blocks that bathroom door. if you used that door a lot, you'd want to be careful of the linen cabinet door, because it would make contact. Because the hardware that actually goes over the top of the door is wider than the narrow bathroom door, my hubby put pads of sticky-backed felt on the hardware so it wouldn't harm the door in any way. We have a 36RE.
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The wall panneling behind the toilet is paper thin. What type of anchor did you use to mount the hook?
You can use the plastic anchors that expand as you put a screw into them even is paneling. Just make sure you use the right size of pilot hole.
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Does anyone know if we can add pictures to our posts?
It would be great if we could see what your mods look like.



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See if anyone Wal-mart or target that might have towel bar with those suction cups
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Yes you can add photos you can use the link set feature at the top of the quick reply box to insert a photo from a website like photobucket.
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It very easy to do once you do it the first time. You just copy the link from your photo website into the post.
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Thanks for the tip! I'll give it a try.
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WOW! That's a good looking truck!!!! But I think you've got to paint it black to match your new trailer.LOL

A week from today we're going to tour the factory and see ours on the line. That means yours is next!
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That's not true I read on the forum that some one ordered a RL on the 21st and they just received there Vin# you received yours 2weeks ago and I'm still waiting and waiting and waiting . Now as to the paint I'm not painting the truck I'm painting the trailer
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That's not true I read on the forum that some one ordered a RL on the 21st and they just received there Vin# you received yours 2weeks ago and I'm still waiting and waiting and waiting . Now as to the paint I'm not painting the truck I'm painting the trailer

Your truck is set up the way I want to set one up after I retire. We've been talking about doing it sooner maybe in a few years but not sure yet.
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Let me know when your ready I can build it for ya
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Do you build truck beds?
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Yes sir.
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Do you build those beds for a living?
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No it is just a side line in my company it takes to long to build one by my self to make it profitable, I only build 5 to 10 a year from referrals.
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