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Old 05-08-2015, 12:56 PM   #61
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Yep, we were pleasantly surprised to find our 19 was bike rack ready when we picked it up. It was shown as optional on our build sheet, but we didn't order it.

Perhaps now we should take up bike riding.
Same here on our 5.0TA. Also got interior LED's which I thought were optional.

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Old 05-08-2015, 06:32 PM   #62
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The curtain goes from the bathroom door in front of the cubbies to the kitchen counter covering the door.
Thank you, Cheryl.
What we did not know about is the shelf or cubbies not allowing people to sit up in bed.
Have any owners omitted the shelf because of that or would have omitted it if they had known that?
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Old 05-08-2015, 07:08 PM   #63
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Thank you, Cheryl.
What we did not know about is the shelf or cubbies not allowing people to sit up in bed.
Have any owners omitted the shelf because of that or would have omitted it if they had known that?
Nope, we use cushions to semi-recline in bed. Shelf is way too handy for remotes, glasses, etc.
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There are 3 walls around the bed, the shelf wall plus 2 other walls that can be utilized.
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Cathy,
I know you have been trying to locate storage for shoes. I believe eliminating the cubbies in place of shoe storage was a goal. On our 21 we have found the two storage cabinets under and next to the night stand are pretty useless. Because of the wheel well they do not have any depth. Because of that we have turned them in to shoe storage. If you are Imelda Marcos your shoe collection will probably not fit, but with creative stacking we can get 4-5 pairs of shoes in these two cabinets.
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There are 3 walls around the bed, the shelf wall plus 2 other walls that can be utilized.
Yes, and we had containers attached on the underside of our cabinets in the 19' for small items, that were very handy. We are looking at putting some containers on the wall such as your magazine rack or a flip-up table. Don't know what we will end up having.
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Actually I recently found space for 2 pair of shoes in the cubbies, There is a large unused space below the stock cubbies, I cut and trimmed and stored....
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Cathy,
I know you have been trying to locate storage for shoes. I believe eliminating the cubbies in place of shoe storage was a goal. On our 21 we have found the two storage cabinets under and next to the night stand are pretty useless. Because of the wheel well they do not have any depth. Because of that we have turned them in to shoe storage. If you are Imelda Marcos your shoe collection will probably not fit, but with creative stacking we can get 4-5 pairs of shoes in these two cabinets.
That's great, Paul. Were the doors there or you put them? That is a possibility I did not realize.
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The cabinets and doors are all stock. I also like what Jim had done under the cubbies. Where did you find and what is the trim to finish off the hole you cut into that area? What is the material lining the opening?
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The cabinets and doors are all stock. I also like what Jim had done under the cubbies. Where did you find and what is the trim to finish off the hole you cut into that area? What is the material lining the opening?
See Post #232 and #233: Planned modifications to BlackJack….
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