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16  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Mods to our '04 2350 - Bathroom on: November 02, 2010, 08:17:58 pm
The bathroom was missing towel hangers, TP dispenser and a place for a tissue box; we added them.

Picture 1 Towel rail above the toilet - maple with plastic pipe.
Picture 2 maple shelf under the bathroom cabinet for Kleenex box
Picture 3 TP holder - plastic pipe that slides into the vanity to reload, and fits into a recess in the shower wall.

Bill and Carol Rogers

17  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Mods to our '04 2350 - Closets on: November 02, 2010, 08:11:15 pm
We felt that two hanging closets were unneccessary so we added shelves to the smaller unit,one each for underwear, tee shirts etc.  The bottom shelf is then available for general storage. The big closet was fine until the rack pulled out of the roof under the weight of too many heavy coats. I then added a shelf with the shelf support carrying a more substantial coat hanger rod and also a system for retaining the table properly.

Picture 1 the small closet

Pictures 2,3,4 the main coat closet next to the refrig. The last picture shows how I stow the table; it fits into a slot on the floor and is held in place with a small wood twist latch.
18  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Mods to our '04 2350 - Miscellaneous Shelves on: November 02, 2010, 07:59:27 pm
We have added some shelves for cups and things above the door and at the foot of the bed.

Bill and Carol Rogers
19  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Mods to our '04 2350 - Foot Locker on: November 02, 2010, 07:56:19 pm
This was the largest project; the idea came from Ken Humphries rig. The locker is located between the driver's seat and the slide out. It was made with solid maple ends with the front and back covered with maple plywood. Once again we utilized a door from Phoenix, cut down a little. The top is removable and includes some decorative walnut; the box is chamfered on the front to accommodate taller drivers or a reclining drivers seat. The box bolts to the floor and the surround for the slide out. It is useful for storing larger items like pots and pans and the space behind it is handy for walking sticks, umbrellas, baseball bats, and the windshield sun shade.
20  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Mods to our '04 2350 - Front Cabinets on: November 02, 2010, 06:45:54 pm
Our PC has maple cabinets, so it is easy to match with lumber from Home Depot. We added a DVD player , which was not installed on earlier models, in the left front unit and boxed it in so that we could store light stuff above it. We added a new cabinet between it and the slide out, utilizing a matching door that Phoenix supplied. It has a shelf in the center and we use it to store durable food stuff.

I cannot emphasize enough how helpful Phoenix are if you need odd parts and replacements for broken stuff. They sold us doors and even provided the bulb seal between the new cabinet and the ceiling. We have purchased a replacement shower sliding door, screen door and ladder.

Picture 1 shows the DVD installation
Pictures 2 and 3 shows the new cabinet. I see the latest models have added a big cabinet here, but I think mine looks more integrated - complicated to make fit nicely though.

Bill and Carol Rogers
21  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: October 27, 2010, 05:59:15 pm
Bill and Carol Rogers, Newbury Park, CA. We have had a 2350 PC since '04 and are big fans. Wherever we go it generates a lot of interest. We have done extensive mods with cabinets, shelves etc. which makes it even more usable for us. Newby on this forum but it should be interesting and helpful.

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