How many different things can I store with a sliding tray?

June 06, 2023 — by Jack Enfield

An RV is a home away from home, and every inch of storage space is precious. That’s why the MORryde line of sliding trays are a great option to help maximize storage space in your RV. They are an excellent storage solution for keeping everything organized and easily accessible while you’re on the road.  Here are just some of the storage possibilities for a sliding tray in an RV:

1.  Griddles and Grills – RVers love to cook outside. It doesn’t matter the meal, everything seems to taste better cooked on a griddle or grill. Sliding trays give you quick and easy access with the ability to place it on an outside table. Some trays are even designed to let you cook on the sliding tray itself.

2.  Freezers/Refrigerators – Outside kitchens are the rave and sliding trays let you have immediate access to food for outside cooking.

3.  Generators – More and more RVers are adding generators to their RV’s – the challenge is almost always where to store them and how to access them easily – enter the sliding tray.

4.  Tools and Toolboxes – RVs require maintenance just like any other vehicle or home. A sliding tray is an ideal place to store your toolboxes and give you quick and easy access without having to take everything else out of the storage bay to get to what you need.

5.  Outdoor Gear – It’s no question RVers love to spend time outdoors, and a sliding tray is a perfect place to store outdoor gear such as fishing gear, camping equipment, sporting equipment. kayaks and even bikes. Sliding trays keep these items organized and out of the way when not in use.

6.  Cleaning Supplies – RV living can be messy, and keeping your living space clean is essential. A sliding tray is also a great place to organize your cleaning supplies. Many RVers even utilize the space under the sliding tray for longer household items likes brooms, mops, and ladders.

7.  Pet Supplies – Kennels and bags of food are much easier to access with a sliding tray.

8.  Batteries and LP trays – Heavy, awkward and hard to reach, items like these become a lot easier to handle if they are on a sliding tray.

9.  Golf Carts – Golf carts? Really? You got it. Check out this Cricket golf cart being stored on a sliding tray!

10.  Solar Panels – More and more RVers are adding solar power to their units. While some units have panels on top of the RV, many RVers are choosing to use portable solar panels. The question is – where to safely store them? One tip is to use the space underneath the sliding tray for safe, effective storage.

Sliding trays come in all different widths and lengths to suit your unit. Some trays can slide out from both sides of the RV, while others offer one-way action. Sliding extension can range from 60% up to 200%, depending on the tray. So, if you’re looking to organize your stuff, have easier and quicker access to your belongings, and make the RV lifestyle that much more hassle-free, check out the MORryde sliding trays!

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