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Old 08-31-2016, 04:16 PM   #1
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Basement?

I've heard this term being mentioned on several posts. Where the hell is this "basement" on a motorhome? Lol.
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Old 08-31-2016, 04:22 PM   #2
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Storage bays beneath the floor, accessed through the bay doors.
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Sleeping quarters for those relatives , you'd rather not have along .
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Ok so the bins underneath where you all your camping crap. Got it.
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Old 08-31-2016, 04:33 PM   #6
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Sleeping quarters for those relatives , you'd rather not have along .
Omg that's hilarious. And a good idea.
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When we got our gasser a while back I told my daughter, 4 at the time , to pick out her bedroom in the basement.
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Ok so the bins underneath where you all your camping crap. Got it.
Sorry, my inversion table is not what I would call "camping crap".
Gotta keep the back in good shape ya know.
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How in the world to you fit one of those inversion racks in there? Do you completely take it apart? I have one that folds fairly flat to lean up against a wall, but it's still big and ungainly to move around.

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How in the world to you fit one of those inversion racks in there? Do you completely take it apart? I have one that folds fairly flat to lean up against a wall, but it's still big and ungainly to move around.

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On the '16 Bounder it fits easily. The rear compartments are pass thru so it goes in there. Mine (Teeter) comes apart in 3 pieces. The stand, the foot brace and the back.
I also fit an 8 foot ladder underneath in the middle compartments (but must confess had to remove 2 inches to get it to fit). Lots of storage on the new Bounders. Very happy. Do wish it was on a heavier chassis though as I have more room that CCC will allow me to carry. Mine is a 22k chassis. with ~2400lbs CCC
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Our 1996 34J has 3 pass-through compartments. The rear compartment has the spare tire in the middle, which I'll never use. I guess it could go there if I decide to take it with when we snowbird this winter. Ours will break down to 3 pieces also. Our 1995 F53 is an 18K chassis, so we have less payload than you.

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