Pull-out Kitchen Thread

alia176

Explorer
Off hand I can't remember the manufacturer, but there is a hot water heater you can plumb into your vehicle... I was thinking about getting one. I will post more details tonight when I get home.
You could be thinking about the Espar or Webasto Hydronic heating system but it's a bit $$$$ for a camper trailer.

My EccoTemp had the same freezing issue and gave it away to another feller for spare parts. But, you can't beat the bang for the buck factor for this application. I usually use my heater to heat up both 10gal tanks so it's good for dish duty, washing faces in the morning and of course a shower. The instant hot use was became hot/scalding/fiddling/wasting water mode so I moved on to heating up the whole tank. I like it better this way.
 

fireball

Explorer
Cool ideas! Here is a photo of the pull out kitchen I built for the front of our flatbed trailer. There are a few things I will change when I rebuild it over the winter.

 

alia176

Explorer
Cool ideas! Here is a photo of the pull out kitchen I built for the front of our flatbed trailer. There are a few things I will change when I rebuild it over the winter.

Oh damn that's sexy, got some more pics or a build thread?

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fireball

Explorer
I finally rebuilt the kitchen drawer box. First attempt used 54" slides from O&O and the lockout feature failed on the first trip. 54" length worked better for the front of the trailer, but Accuride slides only come in 60", so the new kitchen box is 60". It is slightly taller, includes some dividers and a deeper drawer than the first one.

Built using 1/2" BB ply and 3/8" King Starboard.

Works great! (handle screws have since been replaced with black coated SS screws!)

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RandomAbstract

Adventurer
I finally rebuilt the kitchen drawer box. First attempt used 54" slides from O&O and the lockout feature failed on the first trip. 54" length worked better for the front of the trailer, but Accuride slides only come in 60", so the new kitchen box is 60". It is slightly taller, includes some dividers and a deeper drawer than the first one.

Built using 1/2" BB ply and 3/8" King Starboard.

Works great! (handle screws have since been replaced with black coated SS screws!)

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I like that a lot!!! Getting my juices flowing to build a pullout kitchen like that . . . then build a trailer around it.
 

rodrage

Adventurer
Such a NICE set-up. Really Clean!!! Where do you find the slide releases you used? Are they part of the sliders?
 
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