quote:Originally posted by sreigle
Tell me about the pegboard in the basement. I never got that far down the line during the show and tell time. Sounds like I missed a lot of good improvements.
Steve, I have pegboard installed in the front compartment above the wire shelf. On the hooks I carry a few awkward tools as well as the electrical tape, duct tape, masking tape and packaging tape.
I also have pegboard in the basement on the bulk head. On the street side I have my various water adapters such as the regulator, wyes, inline valves, nozzle and water hose repair ends and washers. In the center I have all my fishing poles. The rods are all 2 piece and each rod hangs on it's own hooks. This winter I plan on placing more on the back wall of the basement. In front of the rods are our large plastic storage boxes which are blocked so they cannot slide into the rods on a sudden stop.
You would be surprised how well stuff stays on the hooks during travel. I rarely have anything fall off.
I also installed a 110V receptical in the front basement curb side and this winter will also put 110V receptacles on the street side as well as the front compartment. I was lucky as the trailers breaker box was just on the other side of the wall and I was able to run the romex thru one of the sewer vent openings. I had no holes to drill. But receptacles on the street side and front compartment will in all likely hood require some holes.
I also installed a 12 volt light in the front compartment.