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Old 07-25-2016, 11:58 PM   #101
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More awning stuff - this time around the switch for it and its relationship to the floor. I told Dirk it would be nice to operate from outside since it's not too high, but if you want to bring in the awning due to a sudden rainstorm and you want to stay dry, you'll need to bend over or crouch on the floor. So, for me, it'd be kind of nice if it was higher. Need to ask if that can be done as I detest bending over.
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Old 07-26-2016, 12:01 AM   #102
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More awning stuff - this time around the switch for it and its relationship to the floor. I told Dirk it would be nice to operate from outside since it's not too high, but if you want to bring in the awning due to a sudden rainstorm and you want to stay dry, you'll need to bend over or crouch on the floor. So, for me, it'd be kind of nice if it was higher. Need to ask if that can be done as I detest bending over.
Probably a standard location. If you have a Stooge table the switches should be below the table when in the down position.
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Cabinets on the driver's side of the bedroom area:

1. first cabinet, over the drawer stack

2. next two cabinets - all 3 measure 19.75 wide by 6.75 high by 11" deep

3. Cabinet over the bed: 22.75 by 6.75 by a smidge under 10" deep
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Probably a standard location. If you have a Stooge table the switches should be below the table when in the down position.
Oh, most excellent point - I'm too tired to have thought of that. Thanks!
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Now we move to the kitchen area, which will take several batches of photos. First two show the cabinets and drawers closed so you can get a reference for when they're opened up.

3rd photo shows the 2 above the counter: both measure 19.25 wide by 6.75 high (least I think that's what my notes say - it's kind of jumbled up) and goes from 12" deep at the bottom to 5.25 deep at the top (curved ceiling/roof).

4. The two cabinets under the stove top: top cabinet is 17.25 by 11.75 by 20.25 deep; lower cabinet is 17.25 by 11.25 high by 7.25 deep (plus there's that "box" area piece of wood - heck if I know what that's for and I didn't measure it)
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Old 07-26-2016, 12:19 AM   #106
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First photo shows the lower cabinets under the sink: 17.25 wide by 11.25 high by 7.5 deep

The lower cabinet is quite long as it runs pretty much the entire length of the counter as there aren't any walls between the door areas. I guess you could shove a flexible fishing rod or some such in that area. I don't fish, so I'm just guessing here. But I found that interesting as I didn't realize there weren't any wall dividers in that lower area.

next two show the cabinet directly under the sink: 25.75 wide (with both doors opened) by 11.75 high and 20.25 deep. However, it's 18" to the water pipes, so you do lose some space.

Last one is the drawers and here's a very important measurement: both of 'em measure 9.25 from end to end (outside measurement) and 8.5" inside. So, if you want to put in a cutlery drawer insert, you now know exactly how wide it needs to be if you want to hang it off the lip or put it inside the drawer. They measure 17" deep.
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Dinette cabinets:

On both the driver's and passenger side, they're the same, with one exception:

19.25 wide by 6.75 high.

On the passenger side the depth goes from 12" at the bottom to 5" at the top and on the driver's side it goes from 12 to 8" (remember, the passenger side has the awning attached up there). I did not see anything inside the cabinet for the (suspected) awning attachment like I did on the demo 19'.

Cabinet at the back of the trailer: 19.25 by 6.75 and depth ranges from 12 to 8"
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In post # 71: I see ours!!! The 19 with the yellow graphics!! Thank you Laura!!! Sure makes my day to see "outta sight" even though it's from a distance!!
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In post # 71: I see ours!!! The 19 with the yellow graphics!! Thank you Laura!!! Sure makes my day to see "outta sight" even though it's from a distance!!
COOL! I do remember seeing those yellow graphics. They sure stood out from the other colors.

There were other trailers around, but I didn't want to take photos as I didn't want to get squished by the cement truck. I was very careful to peer around before walking around a trailer or to the office. I need to go on a diet, but not that way!
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1. Cabinet under the frig - note how it flips down instead of up. Much easier to use. Yay! 17 wide by 10.5 high by 10.5 deep (minus that area that sticks out)

2. Area between drawer stack and the bed. I mentioned it was 9" and not big enough for a kitty litter box. CPAHarley suggested something, but I have a big kitty and I know that area would never work for Spike. But, when I climbed around on the bed to take measurements, I shoved my shoes in there and my size 11s fit quite nicely. (As an aside, I'm getting Charlie to add in a shoe storage and drawer slide for the cabinet door we're adding in the bed platform area by the bathroom area.)

3 & 4: area under the bed. I did not measure that opening.
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