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Old 01-24-2016, 02:23 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Frutza View Post
zzjea, looks great, lots of pics, no explanations, you lifted the slide? when doing the floor? what was the Styrofoam for?
Thanks. It was a lot of work.

There are a few comments with some of the pics. I did not lift the slide, I just extended it all the way out to put the wood down. There was no styrofoam, it was pretty expensive high density plastic that I used to "lift" the slide over the 3/8" engineered hardwood flooring. Then I used carpet runners and vinyl flooring strips to retract the slide in over the flooring. My slide does not have rollers but 3 plastic slide inserts that originally slid across a carpeted floor.

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Old 01-25-2016, 04:51 PM   #30
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Hi we are planing on doing exterior paint and stickers on our 2003 Southwind. Will send pictures once complete.We also are doing some changes to the interior. Has anyone taken down the Valencies? I think I will have to remove the shades prior to trying to unscrew the Valance. We are just recovering the Valencies not removing so I need to make sure I can remove them and then replace them without damaging the valencies. Also we are redoing our sofa. Has anyone done this? I think I will have to disassemble the sofa so I can remove it through our door.

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