The Bigfoot 2500 9.6 does have one big downside, no pantry for all the canned food essentials. So I got to looking around and figured the clothes closet was way too tall for any of my things so modding away I went. I removed the cedar floor in the clothes closet, added reinforcing 1"X 4" fir struts underneath to screw the sliding basket too. Then I replaced the cedar floor, added a second floor above the basket for shoes and stuff and now I have a sliding canned food pantry. You can get the sliding basket from Camping World for around $13.00 and the rest of the mods are easy.
I sure like having a place for my canned food without having the cans bang all around.
Nah, that's not all I eat. I usually have some spinach, broccoli, califlower, and turnips to go with the beans. Weird though, I usually pull into a full campground and have to squeeze into some small spot. Then the next day everyone takes off and I have the campground all to myself, go figure????
Really nice tray/basket, with a menu like that could you please park on the down wind side of the park?
Oh yeah, and BTW, nice job!! RFLAO
2011 Palomino Maverick 1000SLLB on a 2004 Dodge Quadcab CTD Ram3500 SRW long bed equipped with Timbren springs, Stable Load bump stops, Rickson 19.5" wheels/"G" range tires and a Helwig "Big Wig" rear anti sway bar.