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Discussion in 'My Favorite Mods, Tips, Tricks (and Blunders!)' started by Mark Largent, Jun 5, 2018.
I got mine from Amazon
Here you go
I don't hang anything from it including my low pressure stove. I have a folding table that fits perfectly between the door and the end of the screen room that I use. Stove on top and cooler with drinks under the table. When folded for travel it fits nicely on top of the lowered dinette/bed and the bunk slides in with room to spare.
I do the EXACT same thing...
The Yuma has the interchangeable feature. I really like this.
Stove can go outside and the quick connect is right there....
Surface can go outside....
Surface or stove can locate in the galley....
I prefer cooking outside, but it's nice to know I can move it to either area very rapidly if I want to.
The rail I used I actually removed from the exterior stove that I never use. So it was a perfect fit for the existing rail on the outside of the camper. I just screwed it into the edge of the cutting board.
I built a little table for my camp stove just so there’s more room on the other table for whatever the DW chooses. She tends to “spread out” when she’s cooking. Kinda the same reason/excuse I had for making the cooking board to sit over the inside stove.
We dont use the high pressure outdoor stove. I converted to low pressure and Camp Chef. I kept the outdoor stove to steal the bracket and support. We used this same bracket for a table that we put the coffee pot on with a previous travel trailer. Ill probably build a light weight aluminum table for this spot.
The Starflyer has the connector for an outdoor stove, but the stove itself went missing in some distant past. I like the table idea, since we have a 3-burner Coleman gas stove for outside.
We do nearly the same thing... small folding table right up against the stove mount. A coffee maker and misc on top, and a covered bin underneath... We cook on the picnic table.
I had no intention of ever buying the outside stove so I bought a bracket that would fit on the existing camper bracket and I made a small table with folding legs.
I am currently making a longer table to mount on the existing exterior bracket. This type of extra support (hinged) is a great idea.. thanks for posting the pictures!
where did you purchase the channel part that attaches to the table itself and slides into the mounted channel? Thanks.
where did you purchase the channel that attaches to the table and slides into the mounted channel on the rv wall?
Not sure if this is compatible with the original one but this comes with both halves
Thanks so much, will check it out.
I bought it from www.rvautoparts.com It comes with both halves. I only used one half since there was already a bracket mounted to my camper. The cost of the bracket with shipping was $14. Here is a link