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Old 07-25-2016, 09:44 PM   #61
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I can see opening that cabinet and having things fall down into the ?. BTW, there is room for an additional cubby below the bottom one, dead space behind it, good for shoes.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:45 PM   #62
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Laura, is there a latch to hold the medicine cabinet door closed so stuff doesn't go flying while in route?
Looks like one in the photo, look closely.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:49 PM   #63
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Looks like one in the photo, look closely.
Yeah, doesn't look like much. Sort of a friction type latch.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:53 PM   #64
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Oooo, bonus on my last batch of photos - the stripper bar in full length glory! So, might as well give you some measurements on that puppy:

2" from the bar to the end/edge of the counter; 8" from the front of the counter and 10.5 from the bar to the back of the counter. Hey, someone might want to know that.

From counter to bottom of cabinet: 35"

On the photos - close ups of the stove hood, which measures 5.25" high and sticks out from the cabinet by 3.25"

The demo trailer did not have a flip up counter on the end of the kitchen counter and I believe that's standard. that might be one of the things Reace said wasn't in there.

More kitchen measurements:

counter length/width: 65 x 22

Light under cabinet: 4 x 6 (someone said they're smaller than before, so those with the First Gen can measure theirs and compare - how exciting!)

3 burner stove: 21 wide by 17.25 deep (and other way around if you rotate it; don't know what a 2 burner stove measures)

Their stock sink (OP posted a good photo of the sink): 12.75 by 15 for the outside measurement (the metal lip area) and for the inside: 11 x 13.25

For those wanting runner rugs: 77" from the edge of the bed to the raised edge of the dinette and 35.75" for the width from one side of the kitchen floor area.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:55 PM   #65
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Thanks for the measurements.....
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Laura, is there a latch to hold the medicine cabinet door closed so stuff doesn't go flying while in route?
I had to give it a good yank to open it. At the time I thought "well, shoot" but now I realize (from your question - duh, takes me a while sometimes) that it's a good thing!

From the pull I had to give it, I'd feel confident putting stuff in there. Those with the 2nd Gen trailer can report if that's accurate or not.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:57 PM   #67
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I can see opening that cabinet and having things fall down into the ?. BTW, there is room for an additional cubby below the bottom one, dead space behind it, good for shoes.
I plan to put stuff in there, but you're right, they could fall out. Make sure the shampoo cap is tightly on, I guess. HA!

Or space for the toilet brush!
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I had to give it a good yank to open it. At the time I thought "well, shoot" but now I realize (from your question - duh, takes me a while sometimes) that it's a good thing!

From the pull I had to give it, I'd feel confident putting stuff in there. Those with the 2nd Gen trailer can report if that's accurate or not.
Sounds like it will work. Thanks for the runner measurement. That's one I had written down to ask about and forgot.
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Bonus photos!

While I was inside the demo trailer, the trailer (also a 21, but belonging to a customer - this is the trailer I tried the detachable power cord with later on) next door was pulled out and then returned soon after that. Maybe the wrong one was pulled out? Dunno. Anyway, I quickly snapped a photo of the rear view/back up camera. SCORE! We're getting one of these, so it was really nice to see how it looked on the trailer.

And with the trailer gone I snapped a photo of the demo trailer. Meanwhile, making sure a cement truck wasn't going by. Reace warned me first thing they were going back and forth as some cement was getting poured that day. Krista thought the walls were recently poured. I don't know what was getting poured as I couldn't see much back there. I've included a photo of the construction area, seen from afar in my next batch.

This is the trailer that was moved back and forth. First Gen style.
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Thanks for the runner measurement. That's one I had written down to ask about and forgot.
Someone else had already asked!
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