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Old 04-19-2013, 08:49 AM   #29
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After I took the pictures the wife primed the rest of the RV, and I sprayed expanding styrofoam spray all behind the new panels via the tail light cut outs outside. Today we are going to finish priming/painting the walls, then prime the ceiling white, trim out the water damaged areas to accept new plywood, and finally trim everything out and put up an awesome ceiling liner that looks like punched tin.
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Old 04-19-2013, 12:30 PM   #30
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SpiderCraved,

I suggest you place future posts on the National Owners Forum on this site and join the National Owners Yahoo Group Site.

Many National owners posting and checking both so you can get more responses like those from Cylon51. Also check the FMCA website for a listing of the National Owners FMCA Chapter in your area. Being a member of a group of NRV owners really helps when you run into trouble.

On our Dolphin Club website, The Dolphins, in the 'LINKS' section you will find a listing of former vendors to National RV if you need special parts.

Keep the photos coming!

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So yesterday I found out that my rv doesn't have a fresh water tank, but it does have front airbag suspension.
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Hmmm... thinking about using the bags for water storage? . Any idea yet where the original tank was located? One of the pics from the back wall looks like an old outline of a rectangular object up against it.
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Hmmm... thinking about using the bags for water storage? . Any idea yet where the original tank was located? One of the pics from the back wall looks like an old outline of a rectangular object up against it.
The lines on the wall are from electrical oultes being wired along the wall from the previous owners using it as a mobile office. I found the hose that originally went to the fresh water tank, it ends half way in the back room layer in the floor under a metal plate. I'm thinking it was under the bed, and might be why there is so much water damage in that area.
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