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    Apartment size Range

    Hello,
    Has anyone upgraded their Range to a apartment size range? We are looking to upgrade our trailer to either the 3660 or 3650 and either way will most likely change the range out to apartment size one.

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    Re: Apartment size Range

    About 3 years ago I removed our range and cook top. It seems it was 4 screws and a tug. I installed a two burner induction cook top and made the old oven area a drawer storage for pots and pans.

    I also took out the old gas line and capped it off under the slide.

    All of this to say it was really easy....if you can find another range to slide in (i.e. fit) that uses propane it should be an easy swap.
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    Re: Apartment size Range

    I've thought about them same thing. I'm going to do some measuring and see how much trouble it would be.
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    Re: Apartment size Range

    I have seen this one when touring in SOB. http://www.brownstoveworksinc.com/24in/tnm6307bkw.html
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    Re: Apartment size Range

    Premier 20" Range

    A few have done it on this forum.
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    Re: Apartment size Range

    Does anyone have pictures I can see of their Apartment size range? How easy was it to change out?

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    Re: Apartment size Range

    I know some have done this mod, but you just don't hear a lot about it. How easy was it to do is another question and pictures if it's been done.

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    Re: Apartment size Range

    We'd love to do this, too.

    One thing I thought of adding was an extra gas valve in an accessible location, to make sure you can easily and securely turn the gas off prior to travel.
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    Re: Apartment size Range

    A 20" range fits without much mod. 24" would be much more work.
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