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Old 04-10-2014, 11:55 AM   #15
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Your question seems to be driven concerning the small access doors of your Storm. Unless you go inside with the cooler under the table or in the shower your probably stuck with a receiver hitch rack to set it on. If you are using the hitch for a trailer or Toad you can use an adaptor receiver with an over and under receiver to allow a rack on top and regular hitch ball on the bottom. available about anywhere.

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Old 04-10-2014, 12:12 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by rt0118 View Post
Would like to hear how other Class A owners have addressed small basement storage and bringing a cooler along with their favorite beverages.
Favorite beverages are just a grab away on the basement tray.


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We keep ours in the shower, as we don't use our shower in the coach, when it comes time to drain it, just unscrew the plug. Have used storage a few times when we take more than 1 cooler.

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