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Old 12-15-2012, 03:20 PM   #1
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This weekends RV efforts

We recently bought a new to us 2000 HR Endeavor...nice RV one owner and such...been doing repairs to the exterior such as gasket materials and some minor scratch painting..

I crawled all over the underside of this RV to see what I missed when I bought it...small things such as a muffler bracket needing to be secured..

But I found the RS rear mud flap and bracket missing..the Drivers side was there and looking pretty poor...

So I took it and the bracket off and had the guys at our Sheet Metal Shop make me a new set of brackets made out of stainless steel...Installed them today and will be getting new mud flaps soon. Took the one from the drivers side and cut down to replace a really torn up one on the front..

Stainless nuts,bolts and washers..this baby will last a lifetime..

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Like a good set of golf clubs, have the fun of ownership is maintaining your equipment.
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Looks great. We still have nice mild weather here. Wish we were camping!
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Old 12-15-2012, 11:15 PM   #4
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weekends..

Well my problem is i am OCD...so I tend to be in constant movement. Our Harleys are all in the heated garage and need nothing. With mid 40 deg weather here i took it out for a 100 mile run today and then installed the new brackets..

Stainless is forever...I plan to undercoat some of the exposed steel this winter if it warms again.

I do like to maintain my equipment..my Harley is a 1996 Road King with 90,000 miles..and looks and runs like a brand new bike...except no payments..

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Well my problem is i am OCD...so I tend to be in constant movement. Our Harleys are all in the heated garage and need nothing. With mid 40 deg weather here i took it out for a 100 mile run today and then installed the new brackets..

Stainless is forever...I plan to undercoat some of the exposed steel this winter if it warms again.

I do like to maintain my equipment..my Harley is a 1996 Road King with 90,000 miles..and looks and runs like a brand new bike...except no payments..

Bill
The road King is a great bike. Very smooth on the road. My riding friend has a 98 and it runs like a swiss watch. Can't beat a EVO. Love mine..
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Old 12-16-2012, 10:08 AM   #6
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Toys

As you can see I like toys also..

RK is a 1996...I did all the custom work..

The SHovelhead is a 1978....

The Pro Street I built in my garage...all except the paint which I designed..
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ok now your just showing off.....LOL but i like it, enjoy the toys and live life.
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