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Old 12-21-2007, 08:40 PM   #21
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Hutch,
The bottom drawer under the sink is a "real" drawer, not a door. It's kinda nice having a "deep" drawer for those odd things.
Kitty,

Thanks - interesting, I don't think I've ever seen a drawer located there. You'll have to show me it at the Eastern M&G

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Hutch, Yup it's a full drawer and a big one.

See here mine on the 2004 T2499. Full solid front.


And Kitty's 06. Not a solid front.


And here the T310. They are all deep drawers. And all solid fronts.


Actually for some odd reason, my T2499 had one of the smaller drawers deeper then the T310. Cindy said, “I can't get all the stuff in there! Now what”. H’mm , so I swapped the drawer. These things are made on a fixture so exact, they are interchangeable.

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Old 12-21-2007, 08:54 PM   #22
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You know, you could always switch out the doors from the T2499 to the T310
You read my mind. I would have to be selective so they match in a group. Time will tell..... Not all will work. I already measured.

Sunline by design already had a mixture and until us hawk eyes started looking, you really do not notice. And I'm sure there are not too many camper folks having 2 campers the same year at the same time.... At least until spring that is.

Once of the reasons for getting this new camper verses another brand was that most of my mods would transfer over. The T310 is an all grown up T2499.


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And thanks for the kinds words on our Kitchen. Once Mary saw that floor plan and the kitchen, she fell in love with it and it was a must have. It just took us a few years to make the move to the that trailer.
I was after the build quality and layout. Cindy saw the T310 and it was a done deal......She wanted the full time table and chairs and some more room. Plus she about had it with me dissecting other brands to death…. She is now more the camper want to go nut then me. We almost where at the CG this weekend for a night. It's 50 deg F here today....

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Old 12-21-2007, 09:21 PM   #23
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We almost where at the CG this weekend for a night. It's 50 deg F here today....
It's amazing what a few 100 miles will do wrt weather.
Ours is buried in over 2 feet of snow
I guess we're cyber camping until April
SP around here open April 12th next year and we'll probably be there
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Our 07 2499 has a large bottom drawer in the kitchen also....like Kitty's.

I really like the idea of "changing out" the drawers to a door under the bed....uhmmm another thing to add to the "honey do list".
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Here's what my cabinet doors look like- all solid wood:

Standard Door:


Pull-out Drawer:


Glass Door- sorry for them being so streaky, I haven't cleaned them after the last carpet cleaning:


Refer door panel:


Here's some of what my 1550 looked like. It was really basic and lightweight, yet still looked quite fancy. Basically, oak edges with luan coverings on front and back:




It's funny, while looking through for those pics, I'm noticing details I never noticed when I had the trailer!

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