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M380 (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your M380 model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it.....list your M380 Parts here too.

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Old 08-01-2019
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That area is where all the flexible water lines live, along with part of the slide mechanism, no bueno Jim)
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That area is where all the flexible water lines live, along with part of the slide mechanism, no bueno Jim)
Thanks for saving me the time, Lance!! Don't want to mess with that stuff.
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In our M380, I ended up with even less storage space because I gave up the kitchen drawers for a propane Furrion oven. So I had 2 large, full-extension drawers built into the cabinet under the sink for pots and pans.

Then, I found Elfa drawers and racks from the Container Store that fit perfectly above the Splendide (had to move the shelf down 1 inch).

Finally, I put full-extension shelves in the coast closet (not the back closet), which is now my pantry (yup, I like to cook!). My hubbie added LED strip lighting.

I'm still working on the optimal storage system for the rear closet...
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In our M380...
I'm still working on the optimal storage system for the rear closet...
Since it’s been a while, would love to see your solution! There is a ton of wasted space in that rear closet. Please include pics and sources
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Coming straight out of a coach with a lot more usable interior storage, I have been thinking about where everything goes once I've got today's big cleanup done and start putting things away.

I guess I'm lucky having the rear closet for overflow as this is a 2 slide. I now know why the Ramseys ditched their Splendide for pantry space. Particularly kitchen pots/pans, dishes, cups et.c. I think I might make a railing of a sort to go above the sink/cooktop to use that shelf for OTR storage of cups and the like as there's no way for things not to move. Apart from this, there are a lot of very small cupboards but nothing particularly commodious.

So Where do you all stow stuff?
Hey Chip,
Did you get the paint repairs done on Don's old M380? Any interior remodeling, flooring, etc?
How about storage solutions?

Doug
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Hey Chip,
Did you get the paint repairs done on Don's old M380? Any interior remodeling, flooring, etc?
How about storage solutions?

Doug
Paint got fixed prior to WOG, all better, including touch ups on the front now resprayed, the bumper needs another go as the clear is cracking. I like the interior and the not quite real floor, generally have rugs on it. I need to find a desk to replace the useless dining table as Don did and I'd like to see other options to the quite useless corner style "table" in front of the euro lounger that serves only to cover a hydronic radiator. Will be living in the bus the next 4-5 days so will have time to reflect on it.
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