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Old 01-03-2013, 09:03 AM   #1
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front pass through storage ideas

The tote we have doesnt fit in the front storage pass through and wanted to know what do you use in yours to keep your items in. I want to be able to access it easily and not scratch the floors

we have a 2013 passport 3220bh

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Old 01-03-2013, 09:42 AM   #2
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smaller tote ?

we have 3 or 4 sizes and colors for different things...
orange for black water related stuff
white for fresh water

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Old 01-03-2013, 11:04 AM   #3
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lol besides smaller totes i meant..
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I don't understand, if the tote does not fit, why not a smaller tote? The pass through storage in my trailer is carpet. I have put down cardboard on the carpet to avoid stains. Another compartment is linoleum, I am using rubber floor mats to keep it from being scratched and it keeps the tool box from sliding. I have a lot of out side access to storage on my Komfort, but what you can fit in depends on the height and width of the compartment door. I have different sizes of totes that will fit in a specific compartment to hold what I need. I use what ever container that works best for me, it may be a tote, a tool box, tool bag or a sturdy cloth bag. Most everything I need or use on every trip is packed in the trailer, ready to go.
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