I think I might replace the straps with those type and put them on gumpy's way.
( Then I wont have strap envy LOL
That seems to be a common theme with you and my bus!† You really might need to see a bus doctor about that.†
These straps have worked out very well for us.
I found some round sticky backed dots of velcro which I used on the latch. I put one part on the latch part (on the end of the strap) right behind the thumb tab, and the other part on the other end of the strap, so when I'm parked, I just fold the strap back on itself and the velcro holds it and keeps it from getting shut in the door.
The adhesive on one of the staps came unstuck for some reason. I just re-cleaned the fridge surface with alcohol and reattached. No problem since. Make sure you clean the fridge well with alcohol before attaching, as any dirt, grease, grime, or body oil on the surface will keep the adhesive on the strap from sticking properly.
My strap and fridge came with the bus. Falls in the already there catagory. The strap has lasted a couple years with me but came apart from the buckle the other day. I think that if it had been put on with the strap on the front like you have it would have lasted longer. It is still stuck and has long outlasted the one on the freezer of a different type.
The really envy that I have for your bus is that You are paying for it. If you payed for mine too i wouldn't have envy.
before it wasn't said that you're bus wasn't fit for a barn, it was that your bus wouldn't fit IN a barn, Roof raised too tall.
Maybe we should put one of those straps on dallas,
He said he's havin the rally just so he'd have a crowd for him to be that one in