Murky taken home this evening until we are allowed to frolic again
Can I ask what year your T590 is please, I have a 2018 and hoping it’s a similar build to yours. Very interested in understanding what the space below the fridge reveals.Roller Team T-590 Storage.
The 590 is a 5.9 mtr coach built motorhome, it comes fairly well equipped but lacks enough storage space for us two and the dog. So while trying to venture under the fridge, more to follow on this, I found the the locker/garage affectionately refered to as the hanger was my only way of spotting the un-reachable pocket screws.
The hanger is partially occupied by a wheel arch, not that you can see it until removing the shelf top. This revealed an opening allowing access to the under fridge area and a an amount of floor.
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Here you can see the shortened and lowered shelf.
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And here is the gained floor space
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For me it is a worthwhile gain in space.
The area under the shelf/around the wheel arch is now packed with rockwall insulation, hopefully the will lower any road noise and reduce heat loss.
The under fridge work will be posted here when I've finished.
Certainly am Shonky!Hi Roger, are you back in sunny England?
Why for sale Rog? I'm sure that someone here would love to give it a homeOur van (Autotrail Miami 740S) has a kitchen sink covered by a sliding worktop.
With the worktop in the closed position, it’s impossible to fit the kettle under the tap. For years, we have been sliding the worktop to one side every time we fancied a cuppa.
After living exclusively in the van for two months, I decided that enough was enough.
The old tap is now for sale on fleabay and has replaced by a swan neck mixer, which means that if anything is being prepared on the worktop, or plates are drying after washing up, nothing has to be disturbed in order to fill the kettle up.
Roll on the next trip!