With over 52.3-percent of the vote, Laurie Heimbigner of Pullman, Washington has won the second Mod-Ster Contest of 2019 with her pillow storage for cold weather modification. Congratulations, Laurie!
Above: Laurie’s hidden pillow storage
A Mod-Ster mug is being shipped to Laurie. As a tournament winner, she is now eligible for the December finals when readers will pick the the best of the Mod-Ster winners to determine the 2019 Mod-Ster of the Year; aka the Mod-Zilla! The Grand Prize is a $250 gift certificate to Lowes or Home Depot (or Canadian equivalent).
Scroll down to see all of the March Mods, including Laurie’s winning entry (#1).
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1. Pillow Storage For Cold Weather Gear
Laurie Heimbigner of Pullman, Washington shares a pillow storage for cold weather gear idea for her 2013 Ford 550 and 2013 Phoenix Pop-up rig. The skill level of this modification is easy and cost $20, plus the cost of the pillows.
2. Sliding Mirror Removal and Closet Drawer Installation
Kevin Mooney of Nimpo Lake, British Columbia shares a sliding mirror removal and closet drawer Installation on his 2014 Ford F350 and Okanagan 106UDB rig. he skill level of this modification is easy and cost $50.
3. Camper Shelving and Counter Space Storage
Lyle Tremblay of Spruce Grove, Alberta shares camper shelving and counter space storage on his 2004 GMC 2500 and 2006 Bigfoot 2500 C9.4. The skill level of this modification is easy and cost under $60.
4. Cabover Skirt For Shade and Storage
Craig and Karen Grisham of Mukwonago, Wisconsin share a Cabover Skirt For Shade and Storage for their 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 and 2002 Northland Koala 850 rig. The skill level of this modification is easy and cost less than $10.
5. Grey Water Storage Using An Oil Drain Tank
Tim Elett of Angola, Indiana shares a grey water storage using an oil drain tank for his 2006 Dodge 3500 and 1995 Hideaway rig. The skill level of this modification is medium and cost $20.
6. Easier Dinette Step Storage Access
Les Sage of Joplin, Missouri shares an easier dinette step storage access modification for his 2015 GMC 3500 and 2015 Lance 855S rig. The skill level of this modification is easy and cost $10.
7. Battery Disconnect Guard
Stan Burbank of Concord, New Hampshire shares a battery disconnect guard on his Ford F-250 and 2013 Travel Lite SBX 800 rig. The skill level of this modification is easy and was the price of a used film container.