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Old 06-06-2010, 06:11 PM   #1
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Securing chairs etc while driving

Just ordered our new Phaeton 36 QSH. We were wondering what others do with the dinette chairs, sink/stove covers and other loose items while driving.
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Just ordered our new Phaeton 36 QSH. We were wondering what others do with the dinette chairs, sink/stove covers and other loose items while driving.

thats an easy one

we just DRIVE off let the chips fall where they may





















seriously our chairs have a strap to keep them with the table that has two quick release push pins that hold it to the floor
the stove covers dont move they are pretty heavy and have indents they sit in....
the kitchen mixer even stands proud on the kitchen cabinet nestled so if we stopp short it will rest on the wall next to it.
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shlemon, we just leave ours in place. No problems in 4 years. Try to allow plenty of room for very controlled stops.
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Same with us...they stay at the table...all has been good. They really dont move
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