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Old 10-06-2011, 06:55 PM   #1
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glovebox/access.tray/etc.

I have 1995 winnebago brave diesel pusher and am not happy with the glove box/dash tray/ or what ever you call it--between passenger and driver. you know where you put your drinks. anyway it has only 1 drawer which opens at the top and is wedged shaped so everything falls to the bottom of it. i think there must be a better idea but I've not found it. checked RV suppliers, Pepboys, etc. Any ideas????????????? Thanks,
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Old 10-07-2011, 06:48 AM   #3
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here is what i did:



our console had one cup holder that didnt fit anything, and an open-top storage compartment with a black hole at the bottom. once you drop something in it, forget about ever seeing it again.
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here is what i did:



our console had one cup holder that didnt fit anything, and an open-top storage compartment with a black hole at the bottom. once you drop something in it, forget about ever seeing it again.
It looks like the table can drop down?? I usually go out the camper door to let the dog out so I am curious how this works. Can you tell me how you made this?? Thanks
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yes, the table portion folds down. under the cup holder plate is a storage box. the box is attached to a backplate, which is bolted to the original mounting bosses on the doghouse. the cup holder plate is held above the box with round plugs cut from spare pieces of flooring. the table is hinged to the cup holder plate. the table is held up with a "stick" wedged between the step and a bracket under the table. the whole thing is made from oak tongue-and-groove flooring i was given.

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pic with the table folded:

hard to tell, but with the armrest folded up, there is enough room to get your legs past the cup holder plate.
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Thanks. Now to see if my retired DH can find time to make something like that. He is such a busy man
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yeah, good luck with that!

actually, it wasn't too hard to do. just realize that nothing in the cab is square, or centered the way you would expect, and that you will need to hand-fit things if you want it to look good.
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