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    Rolling Along OurNewEra's Avatar
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    Key Hangar Placement

    Too many times I have exited the trailer and forgotten the keys. Keys to the truck, to the pass through, to the bikes, etc . . . Then back up the stairs to get them off the wall hung up high.

    I have moved them to be hung low and just inside the door. Now if I forget, which I will, I can reach them from the ground without having to go back up the stairs.

    I hope this saves someone else some trips back up the stairs.
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    Mike & Lisa
    Central Florida
    2021 Imagine 2970RL
    1996 Chevy K3500 Crew SRW 7.4L Gas

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    When I have my keys with me, I clip them onto my belt loop, so as to not set off the alarm on the truck or hit the button that opens the tailgate. That can happen if the key fob is in my pocket (been there, done that), so I have a small clip on my key ring to hook them to my belt loop.

    I put a small Command Strip hanger inside the control panel cabinet, which is right across from the door. I made a short lanyard with a key tag attached to it. I printed out a small label that says “Water” and stuck it to the key tab.

    When I come into the trailer, I hook the keys to the lanyard, using the same clip I use for attaching them to my belt loop, and they hang just below the bottom of the cabinet door when it’s closed. When I get the keys to head out with the truck, I am reminded to “TURN OFF THE WATER”. I dont’ need any leaks in the plumbing showing up 5 minutes after we’ve left for the day, then returning to a basement full of water...
    Last edited by Richter; 07-05-2021 at 08:23 AM.
    Tom and Janice (known as Tom in PGH on the “other” forum)

    First came the 18' Comfort bumper-pull, was great for 20 years.
    Now a 2019 Reflection 303RLS, second air, double glass, table and chairs
    2019 F350 Lariat (Diesel) 4x4 Crewcab with lots of goodies
    Andersen aluminum with the puck system holding it all together
    Cranberry Twp. PA, about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh

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    We keep a stupid key for the trailer in the truck. Keep a stupid key for the truck in the trailer.
    2020 Imagine 2450RL born 7/2019 Anderson hitch
    2007 Tundra 5.7 with tow package and RAS
    Both retired - still have our S&B
    US Army vet (Air Cav baby!) Gulf war combat veteran

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