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Old 06-08-2014, 05:57 PM   #1
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More cool stuff for my van

I got a bunch of new stuff in to outfit my new van. Most of these items I got on Amazon.

I finally got a sewer hose that will fit in the Travato's hose storage tube. Presto-fit 5 foot. It will fit with the head connector on, but the foot has to be stored some place:

Collapsable silicone bucket:

Coffee steeper - this came highly recommended on a blog I read:

Weather station. Velcroed to the cabinet. The outside sensor is velcroed to the bottom of the entry step - when traveling and the step is retracted, it's pulled into a housing which will keep the sensor from getting wet or dirty.

Hanging waste basket for under sink. Hangs on the plywood back of this cabinet and gives more space for other items.
Level bubble for fridge:

Toothbrush holder:

Curt double receiver adapter. Bought this thinking I could use my platform and bike rack at the same time. Don't think I'll use this thing - you have to use it in the lower orientation, otherwise, flipped higher, you can't open the rear doors.

Camp oven - occasionally I like biscuits. No way to make them in the van. Lots of sharp edges, so if you get one, be careful!

Griddle - can use on the stove inside, or grill outside:

A toaster! No need to carry the electric and run the generator:

Refrigerator circulation fan:

Folding, heavy gauge grill tools that every man needs:

Fits perfect!

Love this Magna cookware - clad, induction compatible, ceramic lined non-stick, 18/10 stainless steel. Great heavy handles with locks. Should last a lifetime and perfectly nests:

Sensor system for refrigerator. Attaches with magnets, so you can move the display unit where you like. Sensors hang in refer and in freezer.

Hope that is enough for you!

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Old 06-08-2014, 09:25 PM   #2
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Thanks for the ideas

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Old 06-08-2014, 10:39 PM   #3
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Jeez, where do you stow all that stuff in your van? I'm having a hard time figuring out where to put more than a days worth of clothes

Keep on taking pics!
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