Rear Kitchen

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by Roni, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. Roni

    Roni New Member

    We are looking at a 24F Itasca Spirit and I am a little concerned about the rear kitchen. What kind of problems will that cause to handling, stability, wear and tear on shocks, wear and tear on appliances.?
  2. Herkdrvr

    Herkdrvr New Member

    Re: Rear Kitchen

    I had a rear kitchen in my 2003 Wildcat. I love the rig and had zero issues. My major appliances were situated over or near the axles. However, my mom purchased a 2007 Everest 293P(Towed with a F350 PS Ford). The rear kitchen had a few major issues.

    1. The refer was situated along the back cap of the 5er. She actually had to finally carry eggs, etc in a cooler because everything would break in the fridge.

    2. The cabinets refused to remain in the closed position on long and short road trips. Everything would fall out of the cabinets.

    Everest is a well built stable rig. The rear end of anything gets the most movement. My rear kitchen had zero problems with the appliances on the side wall near the axle point. Everybody has an opinion...My thought is this:

    Rear kitchens are terrific. I would like a rear kitchen with the appliances along the side most near and axle point. IE: NOT ALONG THE VERY BACK WALL. :cool:
  3. dennis1949

    dennis1949 Senior Member

    Re: Rear Kitchen

    We have one now with no pronlems, before this we nad an Innsbruck with one and had no problems
  4. Grandview Trailer Sa

    Grandview Trailer Sa Senior Member

    Re: Rear Kitchen

    We sell a lot of rear kitchens with no problems.

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