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Old 05-08-2015, 10:11 PM   #71
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Still looking for the trim name and source for show storage area?
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Old 05-09-2015, 12:00 AM   #72
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Still looking for the trim name and source for show storage area?
Might call Escape and ask them to send a few feet of their J-shaped edge trim; I did for the gap between my wood cubby topper and the bathroom wall - Reace sent me about 4 ft for my 21 free. Didn't even ask me to pay the postage!
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Old 05-09-2015, 06:50 AM   #73
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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?
AT the rally last year I asked ETI to bring me some additional trim, the same that was installed on the cubby bottom pieces only. I cut and installed it around the other 3 sides of the cubby opening. they had given me 4 pieces 8" long so I had some left over trim. The lining is just a piece of carpet I had. I made this opening to get access to the wiring from under the bed to install my exterior/interior step lights. See the last post here for pictures Planned modifications to BlackJack….
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Old 05-23-2015, 01:09 AM   #74
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Looking at faucets and wondering if people just picked any faucet they wanted regardless of the holes. Any certain thing you needed to pay attention to or any problems with the faucet you went with? Were you charged anything by ETI?

Called Ikea about a faucet thinking that they could have one shipped from a store up there to Chilliwack. They would ship from a warehouse in California but say there will be no duties or such, only the price and regular shipping, $12.
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Old 05-23-2015, 07:43 AM   #75
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We bought a single lever with a pull-out sprayer at Lowes near Chilliwack and left it at ETI a few months before our build. The normal faucet takes three holes, so just let them know to only drill the one hole, if that's what you buy. Take a look at someone's 21 to watch for the clearance near the window shade. It could get a little close, depending on style selected.
I can't remember if there's a charge. Tammy did say that they prefer not to use the weight on the underside of the sprayer hose that helps pull the sprayer back in, and that's been fine.
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Old 05-23-2015, 02:23 PM   #76
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I never thought about the window shade. Thanks for pointing that out. That could be a problem with the one we are looking at. I don't know if we can tell about that.
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Old 05-23-2015, 06:05 PM   #77
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What a great system for cubbies! I really like the upper area to hang jackets. However, how do things stay in the cubbies?
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Old 05-23-2015, 08:16 PM   #78
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I know I am late on a lot of things and just read this thread after being gone for the better part of May. The way I see it, bike rack ready is included in the base price of the 2016 which has a new price of $800.00 more. On the 2015, it is an option for $75.00. We just turned in our build sheet Tuesday the 19th and it is pretty close to Floating Cloud's. As for the Ez lube axle, having it doesn't mean you have to use it. Will try to post our final build sheet this week end. Loren
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What a great system for cubbies! I really like the upper area to hang jackets. However, how do things stay in the cubbies?
The cubbies shown are deep enough to hold shoes in place; can be sized differently.
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Did anyone get a single-hole faucet that did not have a deck? Did you use plugs for the holes and could you easily find standard plugs that fit?
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