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Old 07-14-2014, 05:30 PM   #505
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Old 07-21-2014, 05:22 AM   #506
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So,

While I was waiting on an extra set of hands yesterday, I started looking at kitchen drawer storage. The HUGE drawer under the stove has been modified at some point, and no longer has the drawer slide, or anything for that matter.

Started thinking of the European Motorhome videos I've seen on YouTube. Seems that they have a great idea of storing plates in their rigs. Already in contact with a cabinet maker about doing same with the under stove drawer. Will be checking eBay for drawer slides this afternoon after work.

Hoping to complete door skin this afternoon, and tomorrow morning as well. Will post my photos then.

Happy Monday everyone!
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Old 07-21-2014, 08:52 PM   #507
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So,

While I was waiting on an extra set of hands yesterday, I started looking at kitchen drawer storage. The HUGE drawer under the stove has been modified at some point, and no longer has the drawer slide, or anything for that matter.

Started thinking of the European Motorhome videos I've seen on YouTube. Seems that they have a great idea of storing plates in their rigs. Already in contact with a cabinet maker about doing same with the under stove drawer. Will be checking eBay for drawer slides this afternoon after work.

Hoping to complete door skin this afternoon, and tomorrow morning as well. Will post my photos then.

Happy Monday everyone!
Derek

Those drawers are pretty cool Derek!
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Old 07-22-2014, 05:14 PM   #508
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Old 07-26-2014, 10:26 AM   #509
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Here's a question and a request. Does anyone have any idea what the max gallon per minute our Motorhomes will handle? Thinking I'd like to upgrade water pump in my 345, since I'm almost certain that it's original. ShurFlo now has a 4 gallon per minute pump, not sure what psi would be though.

As well, tomorrow's the day to finally finish up interior door skin. Could someone please take a measurement of the window opening? Know that opening is not exactly same size as window itself, in order to keep window blind contained.

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Old 07-26-2014, 10:27 AM   #510
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Nice! Does it ever end? I hope not!

I go by the statement made here somewhere (even before I got my Airstream Motorhome) that the purchase price is simply the down payment.....

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Old 07-26-2014, 10:56 AM   #511
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Here's a question and a request. Does anyone have any idea what the max gallon per minute our Motorhomes will handle? Thinking I'd like to upgrade water pump in my 345, since I'm almost certain that it's original. ShurFlo now has a 4 gallon per minute pump, not sure what psi would be though.

As well, tomorrow's the day to finally finish up interior door skin. Could someone please take a measurement of the window opening? Know that opening is not exactly same size as window itself, in order to keep window blind contained.

Thanks, Derek
Derek,

I can get those numbers for you later today, assuming it's the same size as the one in my Argosy that is. I'll measure the 345 door window to see if it's physically the same size as my Argosy and if it is you should be good to go.

Stay tuned...
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The raw window opening size (minus the plastic trim) is 16" wide by 19-1/4" tall.

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Old 07-26-2014, 08:35 PM   #513
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We have been running a 6 gpm shurflo for several years. m
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up at 6am, extra set of hands arrived at 7am and WOW!

Kool-O-Matic is finally where it belongs! In the trash. All of the holes Vulkem'd and Olympic riveted. Old tv antenna in same pile as Kool-O-Matic, and new digital antenna ready to be installed. Roof got too hot so will finish final bits later this evening.

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Ive got that same Delta antenna on my 310 and have been thinking about changing out to the Jack. Ill be interested to know how you like it and if you get that much better reception to make it worth the change.
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mayco, don't really plan on much use of tv antenna for the next couple of years, since most of my motorhome use will be camping close to home. ALL of the camping will be to get away from all of the distractions (tv, phone, computer)

Maybe next years trip to Alaska, I'll be able to fill you in, lol

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