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RE: Wardrobe in Roo 23WS

Look on Pinterest there are many examples, and here on RV.net! You stated for a wardrobe, not a pantry. I should have mentioned....sorry for that. The wardrobe has 3 sections , and I would use one of them as a pantry
drenjoey 03/19/17 12:52pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Wardrobe in Roo 23WS

Try looking up the use of 3M Command hooks to support shelves! No drilling and you can move them if you put them in th wrong place. 3M Command tape will hold the shelves with everything on it! Might be heavy if we store canned food there, not to mention all the shaking while rolling down the road.....little worried about that option !
drenjoey 03/19/17 07:07am Hybrid Travel Trailers
Wardrobe in Roo 23WS

I was thinking of installing shelves in the 23ws wardrobe. I know the wardrobe in a slide out and here's my question: 1- Has anyone done it 2- Can I install the shelves using toggle bolts in the slide walls Any outputs will be helpful. As always, thanks folks Dre
drenjoey 03/19/17 06:20am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: RV parks open in April in Southern Maine

We are planning on visiting friends in the Portland area and are having a difficult time locating campgrounds that are open in April. Any suggestions? Scot We just had another storm this week.....There's still three feet of snow on the ground. Doubt it will be all gone by April, and if so, it will be muddy. The vast majority of campgrounds in Maine open in May.
drenjoey 03/17/17 03:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Moving from Hybrid to TT

Can anyone think of anything else I might need? Money for lots of cool mods A JOB to pay for the house the trip to Europe and the TT :B
drenjoey 03/11/17 03:43am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: replace vinyl floor

You better be really good in doing layout work to use the method suggested by drenjoey. My theory is to do it right the first time and be done with it. That being said, I have seen people inject glue under the split, weight it down and the repair was hardly noticable.If you were to try that I would do 1/2 at a time and wipe excess off right away. I guess I'll take that as a compliment. I do agree,....It is not an easy job!
drenjoey 02/27/17 04:53pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Moving from Hybrid to TT

You might need a new choice of words when you talk about TT....LOL !!!:):B Other than that.....you're good to go !
drenjoey 02/27/17 04:47pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
Roof on our Roo

We finally had a chance to get in our Roo after all the snow storms we got in Maine ( Close to four feet). I noticed that the roof in the the A/C area had caved a bit. The bow doesn't seem to exist anymore. My question are: 1- Do you think once spring and the warmth come back it will reshape by itself ? 2- If I install a vertical beam and jack it slowly, and leave it there for a while, will that help ? 3-Does insurance cover that type of damage? Thanks Dre
drenjoey 02/26/17 03:17am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: replace vinyl floor

You probably noticed that vinyl floors in a camper are installed before the furniture and cabinets. With this being said, I remember doing a similar job in the past. First, I removed all the moldings everywhere on the floor (don't know if you have any in your camper). I did leave the old vinyl there. Second, Since the new vinyl is wider and longer before you make the cuts, I took all the floor measurements in the camper (that is the tricky part) and transfer these measurement on the new floor. To make things easier, you can use some large sheets of wrapping paper, and cut them following the cabinets and furniture. Third, I cut the vinyl to those measurements and brought it in the camper. Up to you if you want to use an adhesive. Fourth, I install the moldings. If I remember correctly, I bought new moldings and stained them.
drenjoey 02/25/17 05:19am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Moving to the Dark Side

I understand what you mean by "Couldn't stay away from the life". I'm in the sign business and even though I'll go on three days a week, I just can't quit and retire........It's in my blood!
drenjoey 02/10/17 02:01pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Moving to the Dark Side

California to Maine............long trip ! Oh yeah! I forgot you're retired ! Since you have nothing better to do, why not!
drenjoey 02/10/17 04:25am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Moving to the Dark Side

Well !!! I'm not gonna repeat myself..... Congrats Dan and enjoy your new TT, as long as you stick around in these forums. Your help has been, is and will always be welcome! Dre
drenjoey 02/09/17 05:25pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Hyrbrid with L-shaped floor plan???

Are you sure it's not an hybrid with three tent ends ...with the one in the back kept closed !!!
drenjoey 01/14/17 02:54pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

I'd skip the Hybrid entirely and get into a hard sided 19-23 footer. Simple question: Did you ever own an hybrid, and did you have negative experience with it? We're on our third one, and with grandkids that want to come camping with us, this is the way to go !
drenjoey 01/03/17 03:10am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: post pictures of your HTT

Nice hybrid David....To you and your family, WELCOME to our forum.... Dre
drenjoey 12/06/16 02:48pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

Sorry I'm going out of the subject discussed here but I have to say: I'm in two forums (Forest River and this one).....and I much prefer RV net. Most people in the hybrid forum all own an hybrid, and your question will be answered accordingly. In Forest River Forum, they're all over the place. You have a question about your hybrid and someone with a motorhome will answer it, even though it won't resolve an hybrid problem.....it's very frustrating at time Love this Forum Dre
drenjoey 11/29/16 04:01pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

Travel trailers are claustrophobic closed boxes even with the few windows open. Popups and hybrids are open air campers with the beds under tentage. This is both the major "Pro" and "Con" depending on each individual. We don't consider a travel trailer to be camping, it's still sleeping indoors. :) -- Chuck Love the way you summarize things Chuck : The Travel trailers are CON, the popups and hybrids are PROS.......and I do agree with you! Dre
drenjoey 11/28/16 02:30pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Hybrid with rear living space?

Huh!!! X2
drenjoey 11/24/16 02:54pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Permanently remove tent ends?

I never heard of anyone who did it, but everything is possible when you put your mind to it.
drenjoey 11/23/16 02:18pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: post pictures of your HTT

Welcome to the forum Leonard.....Good bunch of people here, ready to answer any questions you might have.
drenjoey 11/23/16 02:16pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
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