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Old 08-07-2013, 12:54 AM   #1
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looking for drain pan for 06 georgie boy landau

Anyone know where I might be able to find the drain pan from under the sewer outlet on my Landau.Mine is busted and is made from such flimsy plastic that there is no way of repairing it,this leaves the compartment open to the elements and critters as well.I have thought of trying to take this pos off this winter and making one out of metal.Any other ideas?

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Old 08-09-2013, 11:42 AM   #2
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If you can take it off; line it with fiberglass cloth then resin. Let it dry and do a second then a third layer. Depending on the room etc you could do this from either the outside of the pan , the inside of the pan or both.

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Old 08-09-2013, 03:48 PM   #3
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I had a 2001 Georgie Boy. The floor in the water compartment as well as a couple of the other compartment. I fabricated a new floor out of galvanized sheet metal. If yours is like mine there is angle iron around the inside perimeter of the water compartment. I cut the metal the width I needed to lay on the angle iron and I made it 2 inches longer and bent 1 inch up on each end. I cleaned all the rust off the angle iron ran a bead of caulk around then laid the metal in the caulk. I then used self tapping screws to secure it. My original compartment had a thin plastic piece over pressed wood. I used the plastic piece as a template to cut the holes for the water hose and sewer hose. It is better to make the metal a little smaller than fight getting in place because it is a little snug.

I also coated the metal with that roll-on bead liner with 2 coats and let it dry before I put it in. No matter what you use you will have to remove the. white board that holds the piping in place.

On my other compartments I put plywood on top of the metal and ran the self tapping screws through the new metal and the plywood. Cleaning all the rust off and getting the screws out was the biggest job. If you want to PM me feel free.
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