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Old 07-27-2019, 01:44 PM   #2641
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I added the push button lock to the pantry door thereby eliminating the need to bungee. For us, the only door or drawer that fell open during travel was the pantry.
Darrell,i assume you removed the oem latch? This was my solution but my wife hates it. It was on my garden bench looking for a home. I use it in the hooked position. Fingers are hard to work the spring latch for the lock position. Thinking of other options. Can you post a pic. Push button lock makes me think of a entry lock??



FWIW, i just noticed that the racks just hand on a little hook of the slider. Opened the door to see the far end of the top rack hanging loose. Couple of small zip ties now keeps it place. Need to do the bottom too.

I used the rev-a-lock on the pot/pan drawer and all is groovey. I have gone the bungee route on the refer tho. What ever works.

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Old 07-27-2019, 02:05 PM   #2642
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A note for the record from the chief bungee advocate. KISS -- they still work great!

Have a good weekend.

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Here you go. I changed the plan a bit and eliminated the long bungee.

A disclaimer first -- I don't mind exposed hardware if the finish and design are good. Form follows function . . .

So the exposed stainless strap eyes may not appeal to some folks, but on their own they are preferable to exposed bases for white Velcro, and coachman's loops (if I understood that post correctly). The top eye near the sinks is also actually good for the corner of a thin hand/dish towel. Different strokes for different folks . . .
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Old 08-30-2019, 11:25 AM   #2643
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Can anyone check if their rear dinette bench has an angle bracket attaching the back to the streetside inner skin?

Mine does not (the front bench does)

Front:


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Thanks to anyone who can help - a picture would be amazing as well!
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Can anyone check if their rear dinette bench has an angle bracket attaching the back to the streetside inner skin?
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Yes we have a mirror image of the angle bracket on the front bench seat.

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Old 08-30-2019, 03:45 PM   #2645
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Yes we have a mirror image of the angle bracket on the front bench seat.

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Bob are you still going to Maine?

We are going to try to squeeze into Hither Hills on Tuesday off the wait list. Iffy forecast for next week . . . hopefully some folks will bail out, plus schools start next week. HHSP is super crowded this time of year but a 2-3 day stay is often do-able midweek. TBD.

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Bob are you still going to Maine?

We are going to try to squeeze into Hither Hills on Tuesday off the wait list. Iffy forecast for next week . . . hopefully some folks will bail out, plus schools start next week. HHSP is super crowded this time of year but a 2-3 day stay is often do-able midweek. TBD.

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Thanks for the PM, Bob.

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Yes we have a mirror image of the angle bracket on the front bench seat.

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Thank you! Looks like I'll be adding that to the "next time I'm by a dealer" list.
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