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Mr_Usa
Explorer
Explorer
This is a removeable DVD stand I made out of conduit and wood for the back bunk in our Jayco 23B. swivels and tilted slightly. I also made one that will slide in the post where our regular TV sits for those "Dry camping" days!!







Weather station.



Clock installed above Dinette.



No need to bring a chunk of wood with.

08 Jayco 23B
02 Sequoia SR5 I-Force V8
Equalizer Hitch
The wife, Mrs. Usa
Our son AJ
Norman & his lil Buddy
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Admin
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Moderator
FYI
I can't move the post.
We can move threads but not individual posts.
Shoulda, woulda but I didn't think about that when we built the software.

It's gonna have to live here.

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motorsmilon
Explorer
Explorer
Trying to find out the mode!!!!

marramwaveice
Explorer
Explorer
Very nice, I want to my hybrid Trailers. What do you recommend to me? https://trekkn.co/hybrid-campers/

popeye59
Explorer
Explorer
fritz_monroe wrote:
popeye59 wrote:
drenjoey wrote:
popeye59 wrote:
That back bunk looks about as hard to get into as in my ROO 233S. Especially if you have any girth to you or aren't very flexible.


Once the front slide is opened, there's plenty of room to get there (close to three feet width)


Mine has the armoire next to the bathroom that takes up a little of the access to the back bunk, so I only have about 18"

That's what my daughter loves about it. It gives a lot more privacy.


Old post but I've been off here a while. We just went to the Jellystone park in Caledonia, WI with 2 of the grandkids. The 12 year old granddaughter slept in the back bunk and loved the privacy.
Frank and Jean
EM1 USN ret
DAV Life Member

'09 Rockwood Roo 233S
'03 1500 Silverado LS

The things that come to those that wait will be the junky stuff left by those that got there 1st.

Remember; never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

bdawson_goodsam
Explorer
Explorer
Here's a few I've done:
Install magnetic cabinet lights:
https://youtu.be/OSXK1eZEmYE
Solar Install:
https://youtu.be/sXs96m_n6X8
Rehinge Cabinet Doors:
https://youtu.be/_44v0ao9DNI
Solar Battery Charger:
https://youtu.be/Bhaf-p48T_E
Speaker upgrade:
https://youtu.be/k6kiEAdGwKg
Bob Dawson
Production Director
Good Sam Media & Events
Oxnard, Calif.
2015 Starcraft Travel Star 207RB/2015 RAM EcoDiesel
Websites:
http://www.trailerlife.com
http://www.motorhome.com
https://www.youtube.com/c/TrailerLifeDIYTV

fritz_monroe
Explorer
Explorer
popeye59 wrote:
drenjoey wrote:
popeye59 wrote:
That back bunk looks about as hard to get into as in my ROO 233S. Especially if you have any girth to you or aren't very flexible.


Once the front slide is opened, there's plenty of room to get there (close to three feet width)


Mine has the armoire next to the bathroom that takes up a little of the access to the back bunk, so I only have about 18"

That's what my daughter loves about it. It gives a lot more privacy.

turkeylord
Explorer
Explorer
Failboat.

Pics resized, may want to remove them from your quote.

Didn't realize this thread lived in the hybrid section, that's what I used to have.

That's what I get for posting from my phone I guess. :S

bikendan
Explorer
Explorer
turkeylord wrote:
New camper, new round of mods!



Painted the sun yellowed electric tongue jack. Rewired it as well with a new fuse holder.



Door catch was beat and the door stripped out, so I took apart the door and backed the panel with a piece of sheet metal.


Moved spare tire and mounted receiver tube and bike rack.


Added sway control.


Added tongue tool box, wired the battery inside. Also had to weld on the equalizer hitch brackets to have enough room.





I'm confused.
Your trailer is not a Hybrid TT, yet you posted pics of a toyhauler TT,
In the Hybrid section of the Forum.
Maybe the Mods can also move your post to the correct section, when they resize your pics.
Dan- Firefighter, Retired:C, Shawn- Musician/Entrepreneur:W, Zoe- Faithful Golden Retriever(RIP:(), 2014 Ford F150 3.5 EcoboostMax Tow pkg, 2016 PrimeTime TracerAIR 255 w/4pt Equalizer and 5 Mtn. bikes and 2 Road bikes

dewey02
Explorer
Explorer
Turkeylord:

No one can even see what you've posted because your photos are so darned large.
Please read the rules about posting photos. I've notified the moderator to hopefully shrink your photos down to a viewable size (and one that doesn't screw up everybody's screen).

turkeylord
Explorer
Explorer
New camper, new round of mods!



Painted the sun yellowed electric tongue jack. Rewired it as well with a new fuse holder.



Door catch was beat and the door stripped out, so I took apart the door and backed the panel with a piece of sheet metal.


Moved spare tire and mounted receiver tube and bike rack.


Added sway control.


Added tongue tool box, wired the battery inside. Also had to weld on the equalizer hitch brackets to have enough room.



holliwood
Explorer
Explorer
My wife just showed me where somebody made PVC tubes mounted under their trailer with screw on endcaps to hold their outside floor mat and fishing poles. I'm going to be doing that to mine. I think they used 6-8" pipe.

Mr.Usa wrote:
Was trying to figure out a mod to store some fishing poles but they fit real nice behind the (slideout) couch, No mod needed 🙂

popeye59
Explorer
Explorer
I installed a remote controlled handle on my ROO.

RVLock

Because the grab handle bases are black and the swooshes go the same way, the black door handle doesn't stick out like I though it would. Took me longer to program the key pad than to install the handle. Mostly because I only read the one side of the instructions. Who ever would think to put important stuff on the back of the paper?

Frank and Jean
EM1 USN ret
DAV Life Member

'09 Rockwood Roo 233S
'03 1500 Silverado LS

The things that come to those that wait will be the junky stuff left by those that got there 1st.

Remember; never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

popeye59
Explorer
Explorer
drenjoey wrote:
popeye59 wrote:
That back bunk looks about as hard to get into as in my ROO 233S. Especially if you have any girth to you or aren't very flexible.


Once the front slide is opened, there's plenty of room to get there (close to three feet width)


Mine has the armoire next to the bathroom that takes up a little of the access to the back bunk, so I only have about 18"
Frank and Jean
EM1 USN ret
DAV Life Member

'09 Rockwood Roo 233S
'03 1500 Silverado LS

The things that come to those that wait will be the junky stuff left by those that got there 1st.

Remember; never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.

drenjoey
Explorer
Explorer
popeye59 wrote:
That back bunk looks about as hard to get into as in my ROO 233S. Especially if you have any girth to you or aren't very flexible.


Once the front slide is opened, there's plenty of room to get there (close to three feet width)