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Old 06-05-2014, 08:24 PM   #1
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Smile Travato Storage

I got this idea from wincrasher.. I made a shelf for underneath the seat that is behind the drivers seat.. Its 18" long and 14" wide with a little knotch out off the front inside corner. 1 leg is 6" and the other 5 1/4". The legs are screwed to the shelf, the 6" goes on the outside rear corner. I put a piece of Velcro on the forwared edge to lay on a 1x2 that runs thru there. So far I have my big bag of manuals and a fan in there. check out my pics. thanks again wincrasher for the location idea.
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Hey, I didn't invent the space, only discovered it!

That's a great shelf. Assume it easy removed so you can get to the electrical bits underneath.

Hopefully I'll do the same thing unless I end up with a battery in there.
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It is easy to remove, I have a strip of Velcro on the forward edge attaching the shelf to the board it's resting on. It'll just lift out...
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Good idea for an unused space.
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Old 06-19-2014, 08:46 AM   #5
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Another Storage idea for the Travato

We bought two over the door hooks, put a nice cover over the bed board, hung the hooks and hung up two lawn chairs. We also beefed up the screws attaching the strap to the wall with washers.
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Extra Storage Added

We picked up this chest for extra storage. We think it will at least give us the space in the upper cabinets above the bed if not more..we'll see. In this position we can still walk through or stand in front of it to get to the upper cabinets or release the bed..We'll see. Happy Trails!
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