Hey Kerry4951 - Is the single round table leg stable enough. I see a lot of doubles in new rigs. Have you ever wished you added two?
Never saw a need for 2 legs. I usually take the table down while traveling but sometimes forget and its never been a problem. Last trip we got on 10 miles of dirt road "wash board" ruts and really got bounced around. The table was upright and OK even after that venture.
Hi Scott! Welcome to the forum and even more so, congrats on the Truck and camper. Lots of good choices made by you and ideas from everyone. Like you, I'm from Boulder too. You won't find me as I am out on the road, enjoying my Truck and Camper.
It would be nice to see the truck from the side, without the Lexus in the way.
Like you are planning, I am always customizing my LANCE and truck. That is the fun part of the TC life, personalizing our TCs. I have attached a few pics of the same pantry that you have, that is in my 1191. It came with worthless shelf catches that I modified with four dadoed 1X2 vertical supports, they are Velcro’d to the pantry wall, since pressure and gravity supports everything, Keeps from drilling holes and easy to move.
I will be happy to share the cushion info. You may want to contact Lance and try to use the same company that makes their cushions. I got my initial contact information off one of the cushion ID tags. There should be a tag on each cushion.
Good plan - I sent an e-mail to Lance and will check the cushions for tags - thanks.....
2006 Newmar Dutch Star 4306
2001 Jeep Wrangler or our Harley trailer
Hi endably - Thx for tip of the tent. When you are coming to Colorado PM me and maybe we can hook up.
Hey there, Hey there. I've been looking over the caulking and generally it's good (maybe they stored it out of the sun). I appreciated the detailed tips and I'll look into it. Today I did some obvious recaulking that was needed in the kitchen and bath, the out side is next!
DnvrMike - I bought this at Ketelsen so most likely it's the same one. It was sitting on a Ford but I wanted my own newer truck.
Kerry4951 - Thanks for the tips. I'm already planning that dinette mod out.
bka0721 - Nice work on the cabinet. Do you miss being able to slide things out? I was noticing that the narrow baskets are just hooked on. I've started looking for larger baskets as the simplest solution.
We have the same camper and LOVE it. I replaced the mattress with a select comfort off craigslist. No need to get the RV model. It just has fire retardant. We've have 6 kids on the bed watching a movie and 4 adults hanging out and really enjoyed it. We pull a boat or motorcycle all over the place with it and it handles great.
The negatives- The tent condensates a bit but we just pull the mattress out a bit so it isn't a giant sponge. Tell searching for a leak above the bathroom.
2006 Ford F350 DRW, 4wd, 2007 Lance 1131, towing a 2000 Super Air Nautique. All paid for with cash money!
Nice work on the cabinet. Do you miss being able to slide things out? I was noticing that the narrow baskets are just hooked on. I've started looking for larger baskets as the simplest solution.
Somebody actually made a really great wooden modification to replace the metal slide rack that you have. It is somewhere here on the TC Forum, as I could not find it in the TC University. Looks really good, but I liked the versatility of changing things easily.
Actually, all loose items are in trays (Spoon, spatulas, can openers and such), as they slide out. There is another tray behind it, to maximize the deep cabinets. Also, my can goods and spices are in box lids/trays that slide out. The best part is that there are no tracks or metal runners that steal space too. The shelves are set to "fit" the trays, boxes and pans (which have items stored in them that make messes in cabinets, like Honey, Maple syrup and Vanilla). These shelf heights can be changed again, when needed. The can slide box was recycled from the box that my TV mount bracket came in. Never hurts to recycle!