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Old 09-19-2017, 09:25 PM   #113
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This Dometic kit is for our 2016 FC 27FB. It's #80 posted on this thread.

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Old 09-26-2017, 03:46 PM   #114
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These are the newest. A maple cutting board to replace the sagging metal top on the cooktop. Who can't use more workspace??? There was great joy in the jettison.

The redo of the massive dinette table top. We travel as a twosome and now we have a table/desk for two. Yea!!! It doesn't eat the living room space.

Also love love love the euro recliner, porcelain toilet, low flow shower head, new mattress, new floor, and statement slipcovers made from blankets purchased on the side of the road in Monument Valley. (Hey. Roadside shopping is awesome.) They are acrylic with 3 sides zippered. In and out of the washer/dryer in no time flat. Just my style.

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Old 09-26-2017, 04:57 PM   #115
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http://www.airforums.com/photos/showimage.php?i=39669

http://www.airforums.com/photos/showimage.php?i=39668

These are the newest. A maple cutting board to replace the sagging metal top on the cooktop. Who can't use more workspace??? There was great joy in the jettison.

The redo of the massive dinette table top. We travel as a twosome and now we have a table/desk for two. Yea!!! It doesn't eat the living room space.

Also love love love the euro recliner, porcelain toilet, low flow shower head, new mattress, new floor, and statement slipcovers made from blankets purchased on the side of the road in Monument Valley. (Hey. Roadside shopping is awesome.) They are acrylic with 3 sides zippered. In and out of the washer/dryer in no time flat. Just my style.



Nice improvements! Love the colors and slipcovers.
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Old 09-27-2017, 05:01 AM   #116
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http://www.airforums.com/photos/showimage.php?i=39669

http://www.airforums.com/photos/showimage.php?i=39668

These are the newest. A maple cutting board to replace the sagging metal top on the cooktop. Who can't use more workspace??? There was great joy in the jettison.

The redo of the massive dinette table top. We travel as a twosome and now we have a table/desk for two. Yea!!! It doesn't eat the living room space.

Also love love love the euro recliner, porcelain toilet, low flow shower head, new mattress, new floor, and statement slipcovers made from blankets purchased on the side of the road in Monument Valley. (Hey. Roadside shopping is awesome.) They are acrylic with 3 sides zippered. In and out of the washer/dryer in no time flat. Just my style.

Nice, very nice!

I also installed a recliner which was a great addition. A question on the maple board on the stove. How do you keep it in place or do you remove when you travel?

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Old 10-02-2017, 04:10 PM   #117
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Cool Cutting Board Over Cooktop

We happen to have the rubber slotted pads that fit over the burner grates. I do not remove it when we travel as it is very stable.

You can find a similar board setup at Camping World that uses the same hardware. It's just not as nice as the one lovingly made by my husband/best friend. I don't know if they have maple which is best for cutting boards. We oil the board with mineral oil.
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Old 10-03-2017, 02:00 PM   #118
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Best improvement to date

After going around and around w/AS on flat bottom bathroom sink in our 2017 Classic. The wife wanted a cutting board over the kitchen sink in place of Corina inserts that came w/AS.
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Hands down removal of the dinette bench and replacement with a seating area that is integrated with the sofa.

This was on a 2008 25SS. We currently own a 2017 30' international and are going to modify in the same way.
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Old 10-06-2017, 06:07 PM   #120
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We happen to have the rubber slotted pads that fit over the burner grates. I do not remove it when we travel as it is very stable.

You can find a similar board setup at Camping World that uses the same hardware. It's just not as nice as the one lovingly made by my husband/best friend. I don't know if they have maple which is best for cutting boards. We oil the board with mineral oil.
I bought one of these cutting boards at Camping World. Probably not as nice as a the one lovingly made by your husband but it is still very nice. And coming with the rubber slotted pads and being predrilled was a bonus. It is much nicer than the metal top which was on the stove.

Thanks for the suggestion.
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