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Old 10-20-2013, 06:48 PM   #1
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Just purchased (now winterized) a 1987 Terry resort 33' park model trailer.
It has 3 bunks at the back that I would like to remove and have just one bedroom there. That would give me more space for storage. Also would like to remodel the toilet/shower area as there is very little elbow room when on the toilet (sorry for the mental picture). Any suggestions would be very helpful. I will post pics but not right away as I have not got many of the interior. Thanks
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I'm sure you will find lots of help here. Unfortunately my two left feet always seem to get in the way when it comes to construction projects so I won't be a lot of help there.
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Good luck. I'm no do-it-yourselfer lol
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i did this to my firends TT as well worked out really good

full size shower toilet and washer/ dryer and still can take it rving just the same
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Is this difficult to do? I won't be starting until next May and I do have a friend to help but wondered how difficult it will be to remove the bunks. Also, can you actually move the toilet? How difficult is that? Thank you for responding.
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