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Old 06-11-2016, 09:31 AM   #1
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Alpine picture thread

LETS SEE YOUR ALPINES
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Old 06-11-2016, 11:55 AM   #2
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Old 06-11-2016, 05:57 PM   #3
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Well then,... here's mine

2004 34'r 400hp

sofar I did the LOF, tires, polished wheels. removed the rear flap' fixed the step, painted all the cargo latches, removed the rear tv, ordered a new scare light..bought new flooring, start install on Monday... removed all the window box's.. got them at the upholstery shop..ordered new head lights
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Old 06-11-2016, 06:04 PM   #4
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here's the inside...getting rid of all the green
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When you say removed the rear flap are you referring to the mud flap? I'm on my first trio without mine and I'm rethinking it. We got into rain in a few places and my Jeep and the back of the MH are a mess. There were times that I could hardly see my toad in the camera because of the spray.

I don't really care for that big flap hanging down there, but it may beat the alternative. I might end up removing a couple of inches around the edges.

Oh yeah, to technically challenged at this point to post pics.
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When you say removed the rear flap are you referring to the mud flap? I'm on my first trio without mine and I'm rethinking it. We got into rain in a few places and my Jeep and the back of the MH are a mess. There were times that I could hardly see my toad in the camera because of the spray.

I don't really care for that big flap hanging down there, but it may beat the alternative. I might end up removing a couple of inches around the edges.

Oh yeah, to technically challenged at this point to post pics.
yes took the mud flap off...i'm keeping it just incase

I just learned to load pics....that's why I photot bomb everything
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This might be my favorite coach mod
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👍👍👍👍in the next month or so that is my next mod, hope to have it by Springfield rally!!!


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that's cool the slide drawer is a pain IMO
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Our half-time home.
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Off season trip last fall. Spent nearly a year renovating, upgrading and applying lots of TLC. Still have a ways to go, but it is turning out nice. Will start a new thread on the ceiling replacement with pictures sometime soon.
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