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 on: July 13, 2014, 10:04:09 pm 
Started by LRS - Last post by Carol
Have you found the thread yet?  If not, maybe it's the one half way down on page 2 of General Discussion about switching out fluorescent bulbs for led's?

 on: July 13, 2014, 09:57:01 pm 
Started by Sparky - Last post by racephoto
Actually, I just did this with my 2100.  I got the Uhaul 5x8 trailer, which does NOT have brakes.  The 6x12 does.  I got the hitch ball setup at Lowes (not being a Walmart fan) and this one worked perfectly. 

I got this adapter for the wiring, also at Lowes.

I probably overloaded the trailer (scale broke halfway through loading), but still barely knew it was back there.  Until I had to slam on the brakes.....then it was a little squirrelly. Still it was a pretty painless trip, and I saved almost $2000 over what PODS wanted to do it.

 on: July 13, 2014, 09:18:33 pm 
Started by ColoRockiesFan - Last post by Doneworking
Storage is a problem for us as well.  We have found stackable storage boxes work well behind the drivers seat and we often put large bulky items in the shower while in transit.  We slip chairs, a 7 gallon water container, etc., into heavy duty construction grade disposable garbage sacks while they are in there to protect the shower walls and floor.   When we got the 2350 to replace our Class B Roadtrek 210, we were aware the useable storage was really less in the PC than the RT.  But, we were going to be doing more camping and less touring so we now tow a Jeep Cherokee and it provides lots of storage while going down the road.  Everything in any RV is a compromise.   If we weren't towing, we would use a hitch carrier.

 on: July 13, 2014, 07:30:39 pm 
Started by ColoRockiesFan - Last post by Barry-Sue
We normally tow a car and it is a good place to put bulky items like lawn chairs and grills.  When we don't take the car and need extra space we use a hitch carrier.

Here is a link that shows several different types of carries based upon your needs.  We use a flat cargo carrier.


 on: July 13, 2014, 06:59:38 pm 
Started by ColoRockiesFan - Last post by Margie
Hi.  That is a real issue for us also.  What we have had to do since we don't tow a vehicle is decide what we will need on a trip and leave some items at home.  We belong to a camping group and most of the people have larger motorhomes and take the grills.  On those outings, we take our two outside chairs.  I don't like the idea of tying things onto the back.  I suppose if we towed a vehicle, it wouldn't be a problem.  I'm anxious to see if anyone else has come up with a better solution to your question.


 on: July 13, 2014, 03:27:31 pm 
Started by ColoRockiesFan - Last post by ColoRockiesFan
I'm a bit concerned about the available outside storage for the 2350. I have an small Weber grill, a screen tent, and 2 camp chairs. Where does one stash these kinds of items?

 on: July 13, 2014, 03:17:52 pm 
Started by RKS - Last post by keelhauler
Bio Diesel?? I don't think so.

Diesels require ULSD - Ultra Low Sulpher.

Available everywhere in USA but not in Mexico except near the border.

 on: July 13, 2014, 12:00:59 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by Carol
Thanks Gail and Holly.  As for the drawer latch, the drawers each have a small latching mechanism in the middle that when the drawer is closed it slides into what looks like two little rollers that catch the wide part and hold it at the narrow end.  That was probably a really bad description.  Its the same mechanism that is on the drawers under the wardrobe closet.  So far I haven't had anything pop open, and being a newb-driver of this thing, I have certainly hit some good bumps and had some good wobbles!

 on: July 13, 2014, 05:49:33 am 
Started by Carol - Last post by 2 Frazzled
Beautiful! It looks perfectly ready to help you enjoy your travels.

I have one curiosity question. What did Phoenix use as a latching system on the large kitchen drawers?


 on: July 12, 2014, 06:18:14 pm 
Started by Carol - Last post by Gail Staton
Everything looks so nice, Carol.  I'm so happy for you and wish you many happy miles seeing our beautiful country.

Thanks for posting the pictures.  I always love seeing what everyone has done to personalize their PC.


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