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Old 09-10-2016, 01:02 PM   #1
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1994 W. Adventurer 32 ft garbage question

I've always thought if I owned a company that sold products based on design and looks [moderator edit] My 94 Adventurer is new to me and enjoying it but.............

For you folks that owned an older Adventurer, where did you put your garbage can? Its clear no [moderator edit] was on the committee as there is no where to put your garbage, they would have caught this problem right away. Now I can modify the cabinet to create an area under the sink, but I shouldn't have to modify anything as disposing of garbage is a primary task in a motorhome, but apparently not to the then current design committee.

So where do you, or did you, put your garbage can in your older Adventurer?

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Old 09-13-2016, 11:53 PM   #2
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Old 09-14-2016, 12:55 AM   #3
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I had same problem. Found a spot in my hall between kitchen folding door and bathroom door. Area is 11" wide. Went to Uline and ordered 2 feminine sanitary napkin disposal bins, wall mountable type. Perfect size to use old plastic shopping bags as liners. Use one for metals/food waste, the other for burnables. Choice of either white plastic or stainless steel bins and not real expensive.
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Old 09-17-2016, 04:39 PM   #4
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Our 1996 34rq was hung on the left door under the sink.
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I probably should have posted this with my first reply, but I'm in an '87 Pace Arrow Y27. Bit smaller and probably drastically different layout but it mite give you a couple of ideas.
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Old 09-18-2016, 07:43 AM   #6
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Floor plan is probably a more relevant question than year or model. Every layout has a different challenge for receptacle to hold garbage. Ditto for dirty clothes. Few RV makers bother to adress that universal problem.

Our current coach has a walk-thru bath area and room for a tall but slim waste can there (uses a standard 13 gallon trash bag). Previous coach we had a small trash container clipped to the inside of a cabinet door - had to empty that little sucker every day! In another rig the only practical place was a bag in the shower (nuisance, but whaddaya gonna do?) And one of our trailers had a trash bag hung on the end of the kitchen counter.
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Old 09-18-2016, 08:18 PM   #7
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If you open the doors under my sink, there is a solid shelf that prohibits a decent garbage bag/can arrangement. It could be modified by cutting out a large piece of the shelf to take a can/bag but I wonder why they didn't do that at the time of construction. Right now my can/bag is sitting on the dinette seat but that means putting stuff in the garbage that could drip onto the cushion, not very desirable.

I could use the bathroom idea but that means carrying stuff that again could drip on the floor. I just don't get how you can make an RV, and expensive RV in class A instances without a garbage location.

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