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Old 08-12-2014, 11:38 AM   #15
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Looks nice!

Having a cabover lasted less than a year. Now "moving into" a 2003 Fleetwood Jamboree GT.
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On your other thread I said $1,000 for materials which was the high end. When doing repairs always alot extra funds just incase of running into something unexpected. Not fun to alot $XXX for a project, run into something unexpected, & not have the money set aside to immediately finish the project.

Repair & modify as mama wants, & you'll both be happy.

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Old 08-12-2014, 04:30 PM   #17
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On your other thread I said $1,000 for materials which was the high end.

From what I can see and feel, I would think that 2 sheets of vinyl covered luan, 2 sheets of 3/4 ply, and a couple of 2x6's ripped down will fix things. Of course I'm just guesstimating.... could be worse once I get in there.
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Old 08-17-2014, 03:38 PM   #18
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Installed the new water heater yesterday and it fired right up. All the plumbing system works with no leaks. Pulled the awning out this morning and power washed and bleached all the mildew off of it. Sealed up some cracks around the storage compartment. Tightened up some loose screws here and there. Washed the outside. Vaccuumed the inside.

...and I'd say that we've got a trailer thats good to go! Feels so good to know that I changed out the water heater by myself and it works!

My father came for a visit this weekend and looked at the water damage. He thinks its going to be extremely easy to repair.

We even rode up to Lake Livingston State Park and looked at the park and campsite that we want to rent for our first trip out!

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