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Old 02-25-2012, 11:15 PM   #1
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Dont know if anyone can help on this one or not. Just been out shopping for our Dutchmen 265 bhs this afternoon. Looking for pots & pans,clothes hangers,washing up bowl ect. I dont know the interior size of any of the Cabinets or the Sink. Came home with nothing.

Just realized iv'e put this in the wrong section. Sorry about that....
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Old 02-27-2012, 04:14 PM   #2
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Have you decided on which brand and size to buy?
If you are experienced with camping, I am sure you know that weight and the total number of utensils is important.......most take more than they need.
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Old 02-27-2012, 09:59 PM   #3
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Dont know if anyone can help on this one or not. Just been out shopping for our Dutchmen 265 bhs this afternoon. Looking for pots & pans,clothes hangers,washing up bowl ect. I dont know the interior size of any of the Cabinets or the Sink. Came home with nothing.

Just realized iv'e put this in the wrong section. Sorry about that....
I'm in the same boat I think, We bought our trailer and it's sitting on the dealer lot 100 miles from here and we can't accessorize it because we have no idea of the dimensions of any of the cabinets or storage compartments. Looks like a road trip is in order I guess, lucky for me it's part of my territory for work and I travel there monthly so I can stop in next trip.

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Old 03-09-2012, 11:28 PM   #4
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Your signature says "2012 - 212RBSL, w FC Package". What is the FC Package?
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Old 03-10-2012, 12:04 AM   #5
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The FC package stands for First Class, it is an option that includes:
Leather Furniture (Sofa, chairs, dinette seats)
Power Stabilizer Jacks
Power Tongue Jack
14" Aluminum Rims - 1st Class Pkg.
Exterior Marine Receiver w/USB & MP3 Hook up
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Frameless Windows
Upgraded Platinum Gray Glass

After looking for the answer to your question, I'm going to change my signature to be more informative.

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Old 03-10-2012, 12:25 AM   #6
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Sounds nice. Any pictures or links?
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Old 03-10-2012, 12:32 AM   #7
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Sure, here is one with some decent pictures:
http://www.sunridgerv.ca/DealerFiles/Li ... ingID=2543
and here is one with a video:
http://www.carrilite.com/Dealerfiles/Li ... tingID=711


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Old 03-10-2012, 12:42 AM   #8
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Very nice! Did Dutchmen do away with the white exterior on all new models? Our 2012 is white, but now I see that the new ones are kind of tan...
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Very nice! Did Dutchmen do away with the white exterior on all new models? Our 2012 is white, but now I see that the new ones are kind of tan...
It looks tan in the picture, but they are actually a gray color leaning towards blue with black trim.
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Dont know if anyone can help on this one or not. Just been out shopping for our Dutchmen 265 bhs this afternoon. Looking for pots & pans,clothes hangers,washing up bowl ect. I dont know the interior size of any of the Cabinets or the Sink. Came home with nothing.

Just realized iv'e put this in the wrong section. Sorry about that....
FlyingDutchmen,
I must apologize, we've totally ransacked your thread and are way off track from your original post. This is what this thread is about, can anyone help out my Canadian compadre.

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Dont know if anyone can help on this one or not. Just been out shopping for our Dutchmen 265 bhs this afternoon. Looking for pots & pans,clothes hangers,washing up bowl ect. I dont know the interior size of any of the Cabinets or the Sink. Came home with nothing.

Just realized iv'e put this in the wrong section. Sorry about that....
FlyingDutchmen,
I must apologize, we've totally ransacked your thread and are way off track from your original post. This is what this thread is about, can anyone help out my Canadian compadre.

Daryl B.
Not a problem Daryl.
It was nice to take a look at the pic's of your Trailer. Very nice
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Old 03-10-2012, 03:35 PM   #12
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FlyingDutchmen,
Have you figured out what Pots and Pans you will be using in your trailer? We started looking at the stacking kind with the removable handles but we haven't found anything that "She who must be obeyed" ;-hap is happy with yet.
It's kind of amazing we've had 5 trailers and 2 campers and never had to purchase new stuff for the trailer until we pull the trigger on a new trailer and then the whole game seems to change. I'm starting to think it's because the trailer is still sitting on the dealer lot and I haven't been able to just go sit and get comfortable in it (too much time surfing the net is also a contributing factor).

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Old 03-11-2012, 03:17 AM   #13
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Not decided on Pots & Pans yet but Karen has been out & bought all kinds of things for the Kitchen. (knives,Forks & a few plastic Plates, cooking utensils). All Red. ( very nice ). Non slip Matt for the Shower. Think we might make another trip to the Dealer & take some measurments & measure the Windows for some Night Shades.
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Old 03-11-2012, 03:04 PM   #14
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It didn't seem like cabinet space was the limiting factor as much as the size of the stove and oven were for us. We have a couple pots that fit fine in the cabinet but take up the whole stove.

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