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Old 01-18-2019, 02:56 PM   #1
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Where do you store food on your bus

We have a 14 45LP and since this was our first coach we just winged it to a certain degree when we moved in. Obviously the bed and bath were obvious but the kitchen family room not so much.

We ended up putting all the food, spices, cooking oils on the passenger side and blankets, pots/pans, electric skillet, bourbon and wine on the drivers side.

Starting to wonder if it wouldn't make more sense to do the opposite. The cabinets on the drivers side are taller and deeper. Thought I would make pullout slide to create two levels in several of the cabinets.

Anyone have a good suggestion or willing to share what works for you. Thanks in advance.

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Old 01-18-2019, 07:19 PM   #2
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Old 01-18-2019, 10:32 PM   #3
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Pullout slides are good, but you do give up some space. What we do is use a series of plastic storage bins that fit into the taller cabinets. Those are used for bread, chips, and boxed foods. Canned goods are mostly in the pullout pantry, but a bin for those would work also.
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I noticed that starting with the '18 model of Allegro Bus, the pull out pantry, especially on the 45OPP, are the biggest I've seen anywhere. All manufacturers could take a lesson from Tiffin on that one. Best I've ever seen, and other storage uses are brilliantly done as well, IMO.
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