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Ford truck guy 02-01-2016 06:58 PM

That's a great looking drawer... I see myself tripping on that and tearing that handle off within 1 trip... Love the craftsmanship !

RCAircraft 02-01-2016 07:09 PM

Very nice mod. Did you use self closing suspension rails?

GTXRAS 02-01-2016 08:16 PM

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Originally Posted by RCAircraft (Post 61209)
Very nice mod. Did you use self closing suspension rails?

Thanks, Yes I did.

GTXRAS 02-01-2016 08:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Ford truck guy (Post 61208)
That's a great looking drawer... I see myself tripping on that and tearing that handle off within 1 trip... Love the craftsmanship !

Thanks.
Do not have that problem with the lip on the upper step. So I do not see that as a problem.

Shane Wood 02-01-2016 10:38 PM

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Originally Posted by GTXRAS (Post 61205)
Put a drawer under the middle step going up to the bedroom.
https://www.redwoodowners.com/attachm...880ed89ec1.jpg
https://www.redwoodowners.com/attachm...b96b8b9ccd.jpg

Its little small but will fit our shoes. Since the 39MB does not have a closet by the door, it will keep the area around the door clear.

Also supported the rear of the middle step. The step would rock down in the back. RW ran a screw into the aluminum floor support and it was broke. No other support for the back edge of the step was in place. Will not dip any now.

Rick

Nice job Rick
I am interested in the MB when we trade. Did not realize it did not have the closet like the RL does

Shane Wood 02-01-2016 10:44 PM

RICK
how large is the closet to the right just inside the main door as you go upstairs

GTXRAS 02-02-2016 02:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Shane Wood (Post 61217)
RICK
how large is the closet to the right just inside the main door as you go upstairs

Shane,

No closet., it is a cabinet with 2 shelves. Above the shelves is where our tablet docking station is and then the few switches we have. Above that is another cabinet with no shelves.

https://www.redwoodowners.com/attachm...cfda4cf852.jpg

Rick

Shane Wood 02-02-2016 02:34 AM

That wood make a nice coat closet.they should move the electronics into the bathroom or butlers pantry and free that one up for coats and a couple pair of boots

atom ant 02-02-2016 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by GTXRAS (Post 61231)
Shane,

No closet., it is a cabinet with 2 shelves. Above the shelves is where our tablet docking station is and then the few switches we have. Above that is another cabinet with no shelves.

https://www.redwoodowners.com/attachm...cfda4cf852.jpg

Rick

Nice pic! I hadn't seen the new flat screen control system yet. Nice drawer mod too - clever use of dead space.

ET156 02-03-2016 02:31 AM

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Originally Posted by atom ant (Post 54109)
LEDs would be cool! I pulled both tailights to wire the trailer lights. It's not bad.

Do what I do - Order stuff on Amazon all year, drink beer 364 days, then go fix it all in one exhausting day - keeping a beer on close standby in case you change your mind :)

Atom Ant I think you have a great way of getting things done

atom ant 02-03-2016 05:20 AM

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Originally Posted by ET156 (Post 61267)
Atom Ant I think you have a great way of getting things done

The Amazon boxes are starting to stack up in the garage again! :lol:

piper guy 02-03-2016 12:51 PM

Brad - it's probably a good thing that you and I don't live close to each other. Our wives would probably both leave us as we would each be at the others place all the time helping with the newest "you gotta see this". LOL

And I know the boxes feeling. My coach is currently thawing out from our record snowstorm here on the East Coast and the list of stuff to do is growing longer .....

Just got some swivel LED reading lights for above the bed to replace those round ones that are so bright. Will let you know how they work out.

atom ant 02-03-2016 04:20 PM

That would be a nice add Vaughan. Those lights are so bright they are more like sunlamps than reading lights. I use them to irritate Dory in the morning :)

Just got a little storm of our own - waiting for this to go away so I can get some work done on it before the monsoon season and mud. My Mor-ryde tray is in the garage, but I confess I opened the Dometic Coolfreeze box and drug the cooler to the office to "test" it. Quiet, and beer...I mean soda is just right :socool:

Ford truck guy 02-03-2016 04:54 PM

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Originally Posted by piper guy (Post 61282)
Brad - it's probably a good thing that you and I don't live close to each other. Our wives would probably both leave us as we would each be at the others place all the time helping with the newest "you gotta see this". LOL

And I know the boxes feeling. My coach is currently thawing out from our record snowstorm here on the East Coast and the list of stuff to do is growing longer .....

Just got some swivel LED reading lights for above the bed to replace those round ones that are so bright. Will let you know how they work out.

How much did you end up getting Vaughan? Up here we got 27"at home... 31-35 probably 30 miles north west.. I plowed sat/sun/mon/tue.. Hospital Wednesday.. Hopefully leaving today or tomorrow? No RW upgrades for me yet

piper guy 02-03-2016 05:25 PM

Joe ~ we got about 29-30" here. The Dually looked like a large snowdrift. Took 2-3 days to dig everything out and that was with the help of a friend trying to plow us (he got stuck twice in driveway) and a few teenagers who actually Worked and earned a bunch of $$$.


What's this "Hospital" stuff ??


Brad ~ here's the lights. I've made some bases to mount them on. Will let everyone know how they work.

Ford truck guy 02-03-2016 10:06 PM

Vaughan-

With my low IGG sub class in my blood, .. Once I get a cold , within a day it hits my bronchial tubes , then pneumonia .. I take 300 mg of an antibiotic daily, been on them for over 2 years now..

I'm fine...

roamingmitchells 02-04-2016 10:26 PM

Well been a busy couple of weeks. Replaced upper D seal on all slides, repaired drawer under couch, repaired water leak in storage area, repaired ice maker water line leak, replaced relay switch on water heater washed all windows inside and cleaned all screens. It sounds like this has been stacking up, however it all started with the hot water tank last week. Now I think we are ready to hit the road from Texas to Colorado. When we get back it will be time to seal the paint for the summer.

ET156 02-05-2016 01:35 AM

does anyone know how to remove the safe in the closet? I removed the six screws holding the safe in but I can't get it to come loose.

Elliott & Vicky 02-05-2016 10:18 PM

Helped put in my new black water tank.

xtasee 02-05-2016 10:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Elliott & Vicky (Post 61394)
Helped put in my new black water tank.

What a crappy job:)


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