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Old 01-02-2010, 09:43 AM   #15
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From a previous forum inquiry, I understand that this bin is for essential items such as the 30 amp electrical cord (whip) and hoses for emptying the tanks. Is there room for more? I am in the early stages of renovation (69 GT, new floor, shell on) and have this area dismantled. I have the lid but will have to replace the piece of aluminum that supports the lid hinge. While taking apart, I did not notice how the bottom and sides were built. I don't even recall removing a bottom. Can anyone help me with this? I assume the ends are defined by the main frame rails. Just how deep should it be?


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Great idea on those fresh water hoses under the lpg cover... definitely try'n it next Season!!!


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My 2009 Flying Cloud 27FB just has a tray in the rear bumper that isn't that large. Like most, I keep power cord, adapters, and wheel chocks there. But I also see what appears to be a slide out drawer on some. Can anyone provide more info on these? Are they factory or aftermarket? What models came with them?
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Old 01-02-2010, 11:27 AM   #18
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Old 01-02-2010, 10:28 PM   #19
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Great idea on those fresh water hoses under the lpg cover... definitely try'n it next Season!!!

Hi, I like that idea too; It would give me more space in my side storage compartment. I always hold my hoses up as I roll them so all of the water runs out and then I connect the ends to keep things clean.


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