Where is the external stove stored on a Fleetwood Niagara?

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    mdrsteve New Member

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    Kinda ridiculous newbie question, but where is the external stove stored when not in use on a 2005 Fleetwood Niagara?

    tia
     
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    Where ever you want
     
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    Usually under one of the bench seats.
     
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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    I don’t have the Niagara but I store mine in the front trunk or just inside the door. I use the outside stove every day so that is the first thing I pull out when setting up. So wanted to keep it convenient
     
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    I guess I assumed there was some sort of stock location that was kind of designed for it. Thanks for the answers!
     
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    tfischer A bad day camping beats a good day at the office

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    My Palomino has a second track under the dinette table for storing the indoor/outdoor stove when traveling. If yours doesn't, maybe you could rig something like that up?
     
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    On my '10 Niagara, it is "self storing". There is a hatch to the left of the door, open it, fold it down, and that is the stove. Fold it up, and you see the hatch. It's attached to the trailer.

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    It's the hatch just to the left of the door, between the porch light and the fridge vents.
     
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    You could leave it on the side rail mount. But like others who have done this, it won't be there when you get home.
     
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    tfischer A bad day camping beats a good day at the office

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    Haha and I thought I was bad for leaving my step deployed once.
     

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