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Old 02-10-2016, 07:50 PM   #1
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Bit the bullet

Well, I finally did it. Bit the bullet and bought a class A. A 95 HR Endeavor LE 34CB with 44,000 miles. Got it from a relative. They bought it new and gave me the original bill of sale, window sticker and build sheet. Got all the manuals, repair receipts, etc. They even included all the campground receipts of every place they stayed. The full package.
Everything works and appears to be in great shape. It needs tires (date code 0405 -YIKES!) and batteries The only problem I can see is the ceiling is starting to sag in spots. Not the fabric from the foam, but the entire foam panel. No evidence of water damage. Thinking of screwing up through the battens into the aluminum roof supports using 2 inch stainless self-tapping screws and 1 inch fender washers, then painting the screws white. (Anybody know how far apart the supports are?)
Does this sound doable? Any ideas?

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Congratulations! New stud sensors have adjustable sensitivity, and have the ability to detect metal studs as well as wood. You might rent one just to see if it works as you need. Rosettes are available in sizes, colors, and plastic or finished metal, to attach such material to a solid surface.

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Congratulations! New stud sensors have adjustable sensitivity, and have the ability to detect metal studs as well as wood. You might rent one just to see if it works as you need. Rosettes are available in sizes, colors, and plastic or finished metal, to attach such material to a solid surface.
Great deal. You'll have many memories. Safe travels.
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Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined us!

Congrats on the new rig! Keep her between the ditches!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Glad to have you here with us. Congratulations on the new HR.

Best of luck and Happy Trails!!!
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