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Old 05-20-2020, 09:32 AM   #1
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Knocked out a couple of mods today on the 24RLS

Wife and I are headed back to our favorite boondock site in a few hours so I had time to do a couple things to our 2020 24RLS. First thing was to remove the bedroom door. In our opinion it just gets in the way. If we need to change clothes in the bedroom we’ll pull the bathroom door open to block the view. Second task the wife needed was a couple of decorative metal panels added to the bottom of the screen doors. We have a couple of dogs and two young grandsons who are all hell on screens. So, she got on Amazon and had two panels delivered to the house. With a set of tin snips, a cordless drill and some sheet metal screws we had the bottom of the doors protected. Took about an hour to do both entrance doors.

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I removed my bedroom door also. A nice heavy glass panel door with a curtain on it. In storage. My bathroom door also opens and blocks the view. I didn't bother with a screen door protector as my boys are 125+ each. I put a bungee cord across the opening to keep the screen door closed when I am outside.
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