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Unread 04-28-2005, 08:23 AM   #5
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I don't know? Thats a good idea!!

I plan to lower the back door rated for 4000lbs down on jack stands so the door makes a level deck on the back. I can then push the cookers out on the deck for cooking. I need to put somthing on the plywood floor to protect from ash, heat, weather etc. I'm still thinking on that. Eventually I would like to divert the smoke out two stacks in the back of the trailer and keep them inside in the back. I have a coleman a/c unit 13500 btu for the roof and I am insulating the celing inside and wiring for 110 lighting inside and outside now in the evenings. I plan to have a partition wall about 5' from the rear inside with a door so the front stays cozy. I will put a small kitchen in the front with hot water (Propane) heater & lots of storage. I will need a good used leather sectional and a decent sound system for sure. The 20' awning will have to wait too much $$ all at once.
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