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Old 08-27-2012, 07:57 PM   #1
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Replacing stove with drawers

We have a 2011 Winnie sightseer 33c. We want to remove the stove and range. Replace it with draws and a top stove only. Can we get the need draws from Winnie ? Would like to match or cabinets that are there already
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On our Sightseer 30a came standard with the cook top and convection microwave standard. So, I would think cabinetry and drawers should be available to convert back.
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O.K. draws = drawers

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Yes We wanted a foot rest to go with our couch
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Old 08-27-2012, 08:11 PM   #5
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Our couch. 450 dollars. For a footrest. I know they have the stove top and draws standard in the 2012. I wonder how much they would charge?
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Yes draws is drawers.
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Old 08-27-2012, 08:25 PM   #7
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Since we ordered our DSDP with a GE Advantium we deleted the oven and got three extra drawers. Not sure how you could do it as almost the entire cabinet front is one piece although I suppose a good cabinet maker could make it look OK.
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Old 08-27-2012, 08:33 PM   #8
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That is what I though it one piece.
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Since we ordered our DSDP with a GE Advantium we deleted the oven and got three extra drawers. Not sure how you could do it as almost the entire cabinet front is one piece although I suppose a good cabinet maker could make it look OK.
We have our rig in Spokane at a company called Truline RV and one of the items on the reno list is to do just that. We will have a 4", 6" & 8" drawer when it is done. Present oven is used to store pots & pans and never been used in three years.
Also removing the front OH TV, turning it into a cabinet with door and building a new TV/Computer/Printer/Sat Rec./Blue Ray Cabinet where the old swivel chair used to be on the Pass. side of the slide-out. Removing the TV in the bedroom and putting a new LED on a framed door to make a storage cabinet where the big old TV used to be.
Putting in two new recliner charis where the old couch was across from the new TV cabinet.
New carpet and window shades to name a few.
Should be like new when it is done.
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come on TX, y'all from da sout. you know what a draw is...
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come on TX, y'all from da sout. you know what a draw is...
That's what some of them kids need to pull up!
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That's what some of them kids need to pull up!
Amen to that!
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Would a door work in place of the oven. Put in the movable drawer made of wire and stove top ?
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Doors (no drawers) is what we have with wire baskets under the stove. I think this works better than drawers for larger storage items.
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