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Old 04-07-2014, 03:57 PM   #1
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Location: Victoria, British Columbia
Trailer: 2014 Escape 19
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Getting close to finalizing our build list for a 2014 Escape 19 due to be hatched Nov. 6. All the information on this site has been invaluable in making our decisions as we prepare for a two-month jaunt to the Yukon in 2015. So thanks to you all!

Stew and Barbara Lang
Victoria, B.C.

2007 FJ Cruiser
2014 Escape 19 (pending)
10-foot Porta-Bote (pending)
Torqeedo 1003 electric outboard with solar panel (pending)

Our build list:

2 - Way Hot Water Tank

2 Burner Stainless Steel Stove & Range hood

6.7cuft Fridge

Additional 12 Volt Interior Outlet Rear Driver Side O/H Cabinet corner close to Rear Center O/H

Additional OPENING Window over sink

Air Conditioner (11,000 BTU) Dometic

Cabinet Door at end of Bench


Dual 6V Batteries ( 232 amp hrs )

Equalizer Hitch

Extra Insulation & Thermal Windows

Inverter 1500W Includes 1 outlet

LED Interior Light Package

2 LED Exterior Light - Passenger and Driver Side

2 LED Captains Reading Lamps Driver Side in Bed Area


Opening Window in Bathroom

2 Propane Tanks filled

Removable Power Cord

Stainless Steel Sink & Chrome Faucet

Stove Cover

Storage Box

Surge Protector

95W Solar Panel

2 - 12V Heat Pads with Spray Foam Insulation

Water Filter

Place Drawers Between Microwave and Single Door Cabinet

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Old 04-07-2014, 04:07 PM   #2
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Location: Antelope, California
Trailer: 2009 17B "Suite Escape" pulled by a 2005 Toyota Sienna
Posts: 1,504

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Old 04-15-2014, 06:56 PM   #3
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Location: Sequim, WA, Washington
Trailer: 2013 19'
Posts: 128
Great build list stewlang. We got just about everything you did except the 6.7 fridge and the heat pads for the tanks. We did get the insulation for the tanks and the insulation package. We just took our 19 our for its maiden voyage this weekend and am I ever happy over having decided on the Escape. We were comfortable and everything worked as advertised. I'm sure you will be very satisfied with yours.
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Old 04-16-2014, 09:05 AM   #4
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Glad you had a good experience with your maiden voyage ... We're looking forward to ours. All of the options were picked with an eye toward maximizing available time away from plugins for two adults and two grandkids. Adding the heat strips is just a bit more insurance in the shoulder seasons if hookups are available.
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