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Old 12-31-2015, 03:30 PM   #1
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I just wondered where I can find the bars that go across the fridge while travelling and if they are necessary. I also am wondering where everyone buys their VacMaster bags. I believe our is CV200 or CV200 (hubby might have written it down wrong. Thank you!
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We found the bars at Camping World. And yes, we found them necessary.

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Old 12-31-2015, 07:51 PM   #3
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Amazon has the needed bars
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Spring tension curtain rods.
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With our 3 door residential we have never used any sort of bars or retaining system. I always load the fridge so that the shelf is full (might leave 1 shelf empty to fill the others but rearrange when we arrive) and everything is toward the front of the fridge. Only 1 time have we had a food accident doing this.
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I just wondered where I can find the bars that go across the fridge while travelling and if they are necessary. I also am wondering where everyone buys their VacMaster bags. I believe our is CV200 or CV200 (hubby might have written it down wrong. Thank you!
Spring loaded curtain rods from Walmart. Been working fine for us for 14 years. We tried one short trip with the new MH without them.....stopped at the first Walmart and added them to the new fridge.
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1 year of trips with our residential fridge and no spring bars needed. We have learned the hard way to make sure the door lock is on
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We feel that Frig Binz or something similar work much better than bars. We use them at home also.
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I use the rubber like shelf liners that you can get at wall mart in the frig and nothing slides its great. Also use some plastic containers sitting on the rubber liner to hold things this beer cans. The containers don't slide either.
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A couple plastic fridge bins .......
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Scroll down to the bottom of this thread http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/mods...-237276-8.html
I don't have a lathe so I am having a friend machine them for me. I am sure they will stay put better than simple tension bars.
We also have used, and intend to continue to use various sized bins.
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We pack the frig using clear plastic bins from Bed Bath & Beyond, but available all around. Works for us.
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I use the rubber like shelf liners that you can get at wall mart in the frig and nothing slides its great. Also use some plastic containers sitting on the rubber liner to hold things this beer cans. The containers don't slide either.

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