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    More great cabinet work Mike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    I think the iPhone happened . . .

    This seems to be an iPhone issue with the sideways photos.
    Yeah, I think you're right. I posted two photos last week, both shot at the same time with an iPhone. One came out sideways and the other correctly. Could not get the sideways one to display correctly on this forum regardless of what I did.


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    Your cabinet mod looks awesome.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    I think the iPhone happened . . .

    This seems to be an iPhone issue with the sideways photos.
    Quote Originally Posted by BigGuy82 View Post
    Yeah, I think you're right. I posted two photos last week, both shot at the same time with an iPhone. One came out sideways and the other correctly. Could not get the sideways one to display correctly on this forum regardless of what I did.
    I've never had a problem with either of my android phones and posting photos from them.

    iPhone photos, for whatever reason, seem to have issues with the auto-rotate feature when you use the photos on something other than an Apple product.
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    When we see you guys again I want to look at your cabinets above the couch. That is a great idea. We have a few large items there but definitely don't need all that room in all of them.
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    Re: Our 325 Mods

    I was able to finish a couple of mods that I have wanted since we bought our rig. The first was a rack in the ceiling of the basement to hold mostly my collapsible ladder among other items. I just used 3/4 inch pvc, 2 hole pipe straps, and a few screws.

    rack.jpg

    I also had the time to move our basement wall back. The original wall started over the lip of the black tray. I used aluminum L stock and screwed them into the floor and ceiling.

    bm rail.jpg bm.jpg

    One of the issues I had was that the cable connection and electrical outlet were installed so far inside the bay that I had to remove anything in front of them to use them. Originally they were in line with the vent cover. The basement wall was 3 pieces from the factory and now it is 5.

    bm 1.jpg bm 2.jpg

    The almost finished wall. There must be a gray felt ban in our area as we were unable to find any. I was able to pull the felt back off of the existing wall, cut it, re glue it, and use it for two of the 5 pieces I wanted.

    bm 3.jpg

    The difference in storage space may not look like much but it made a huge difference. I am not sure why they don't just put the wall as far back as possible at the factory.



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    Re: Our 325 Mods

    very nice! maybe one day Ill start on my list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortest Straw View Post
    I was able to finish a couple of mods that I have wanted since we bought our rig. The first was a rack in the ceiling of the basement to hold mostly my collapsible ladder among other items. I just used 3/4 inch pvc, 2 hole pipe straps, and a few screws.

    rack.jpg

    I also had the time to move our basement wall back. The original wall started over the lip of the black tray. I used aluminum L stock and screwed them into the floor and ceiling.

    bm rail.jpg bm.jpg

    One of the issues I had was that the cable connection and electrical outlet were installed so far inside the bay that I had to remove anything in front of them to use them. Originally they were in line with the vent cover. The basement wall was 3 pieces from the factory and now it is 5.

    bm 1.jpg bm 2.jpg

    The almost finished wall. There must be a gray felt ban in our area as we were unable to find any. I was able to pull the felt back off of the existing wall, cut it, re glue it, and use it for two of the 5 pieces I wanted.

    bm 3.jpg

    The difference in storage space may not look like much but it made a huge difference. I am not sure why they don't just put the wall as far back as possible at the factory.
    Looks great, Mike!


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    Re: Our 325 Mods

    Love to see a "before" picture of your basement wall. Doing this mod is HIGH on my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortest Straw View Post
    I was able to finish a couple of mods that I have wanted since we bought our rig. The first was a rack in the ceiling of the basement to hold mostly my collapsible ladder among other items. I just used 3/4 inch pvc, 2 hole pipe straps, and a few screws.

    rack.jpg

    I also had the time to move our basement wall back. The original wall started over the lip of the black tray. I used aluminum L stock and screwed them into the floor and ceiling.

    bm rail.jpg bm.jpg

    One of the issues I had was that the cable connection and electrical outlet were installed so far inside the bay that I had to remove anything in front of them to use them. Originally they were in line with the vent cover. The basement wall was 3 pieces from the factory and now it is 5.

    bm 1.jpg bm 2.jpg

    The almost finished wall. There must be a gray felt ban in our area as we were unable to find any. I was able to pull the felt back off of the existing wall, cut it, re glue it, and use it for two of the 5 pieces I wanted.

    bm 3.jpg

    The difference in storage space may not look like much but it made a huge difference. I am not sure why they don't just put the wall as far back as possible at the factory.
    Your basement wall looks great. I know that was a great improvement when I did mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon_Camper View Post
    Love to see a "before" picture of your basement wall. Doing this mod is HIGH on my list.
    I think you should put it up higher on the list.



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