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Old 10-16-2020, 11:01 PM   #1
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Vegas 24.1 storage ideas

New to me 2015 24.1. Iím coming off a 38í MH and had plenty of storage. I believe the 24.1 will be just great for the 2 of us but wonder if others would mind bragging a little bit about creative storage ideas?
Iíve got my sewer hose and extension in the sewer bay. No problem. On the utility side of the MH there is the large rear bay and a smaller bay in the front. Where are you putting electric cord, cable coax, hose, water filter, etc. Iím going to carry an air compressor. Thinking about 5Ē J hooks to hang power cord? Ideas?
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Old 10-17-2020, 12:09 AM   #2
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The 2015 version should also have the two long slender bays on the passenger side--below the outside TV.

We store all our freshwater hoses and electrical cords in one of those (the rear one). Since its flat all the coiled up cords just stack in there. Yeah sometimes its a mess if you want a cord on the bottom but they all fit nicely.

In the front passenger compartment is all the Lynx levelers--I have enough to fill that spot.

The front driver's side has a plastic container with misc sewage stuff (bottle of chemicals, box of gloves, elbow, etc.). The actual sewage hose is inside a plastic square gutter clamped to the rear frame. I don't have anything in the sewer bay.
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Old 10-17-2020, 02:00 AM   #3
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Post 115 is easy and a favorite.
Post 287 and 443
They're in my signature thread.

Take the screw out of the bottom of the plastic tray under the drivers elbow.
Lots of space for stuff underneath it.

I carry extra wiper blades in the outside TV bay.

The overhead bed is a great lateral closet.
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Old 10-17-2020, 12:38 PM   #4
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Post 115 is easy and a favorite.
Post 287 and 443
They're in my signature thread.

Take the screw out of the bottom of the plastic tray under the drivers elbow.
Lots of space for stuff underneath it.

I carry extra wiper blades in the outside TV bay.

The overhead bed is a great lateral closet.
Lots of great ideas ducksface..holy crap youíre ambitious!
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Old 10-17-2020, 12:39 PM   #5
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Post 115 is easy and a favorite.
Post 287 and 443
They're in my signature thread.

Take the screw out of the bottom of the plastic tray under the drivers elbow.
Lots of space for stuff underneath it.

I carry extra wiper blades in the outside TV bay.

The overhead bed is a great lateral closet.
How is the overhead bed a good storage option? I thought it had to be all the way up, or all the way down..
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Old 10-19-2020, 03:54 AM   #6
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I've thought about drilling new holes for the bed's safety pins. It would be nice to reset the "stop" of travel for the bed motor. Like dukesface we use ours as a closet for jackets, table poles, and the reflex window covers (no mattress).
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How is the overhead bed a good storage option? I thought it had to be all the way up, or all the way down..
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