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Old 09-03-2011, 03:26 PM   #1
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I'm new to this forum. I live in Louisiana and still run my consulting business.I am starting to semi retire trying to work 4 day a week but not have much luck yet. My wife and I purchased a 1995 Gulf Stream Scenic Cruiser 2yrs ago. This is our 4th Class a motor home. We mostly travel to the beaches on the gulf and haul our 2 dogs we'd like to full time but my customers wont let this happen yet. We're really happy with the Gulf Stream but need some better documentation at this time... I'll post my needs in the proper forums for this. I am a long time gearhead and have worked on, rebuilt or restored everything with wheels over the last 40+ years and have a whole lot of Ideas for this MH.
This forum looks like just what I needed.
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Old 09-03-2011, 04:32 PM   #2
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We are glad you found us. I retired I thought in 07 and I am working harder than I did in 07. Browse the forums that interest you and don't be afraid to ask questions. You will find lots of ideas and suggestions to work with when you think of a project. Post often and share some of your projects with us.

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Hi Gordon.. welcome to the club Where 'bouts in LA are you? I was reared in Big BR.. but, my dad got transferred out here when i finished HS. I'm ready to move to another state.. ASAP
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Does your S.C. have the white plastic interior cabinets?
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To Great white... Breaux Bridge La.
To Ga traveler... Yes it's White cabinets with blue carpets etc. blue and white outside also. It's what got me to looking at it. I was really getting tired of brown interiors.
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Ah.. the other side of the tracks.. er, river Welcome anyway..
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Welcome to iRV2. You found the right place to ask questions. I learn something new almost every time I log on. Good luck on your retirement.
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Old 09-04-2011, 09:10 AM   #8
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To Great white... Breaux Bridge La.
To Ga traveler... Yes it's White cabinets with blue carpets etc. blue and white outside also. It's what got me to looking at it. I was really getting tired of brown interiors.
As someone who has worked on many scenic cruisers, Friendships, and Tourmasters, Some free unasked for advice. Gulfstream in their cabinets used pressed wood under the plastic outer cover. They used water soluable glue to hold it together. Do not allow water to leak on the cabinets or you will wind up with swelled up cabinets. Under the refrigerator was a common problem area. The frig. would def. and allow water to run down and get on the cabinet.
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Thanks for the info. I am all ready recognizing the water issues but mostly the floor in the bathroom. I'm going to be replacing it soon due to water.
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Hi Gordon! We're sure glad you joined us and look forward to your input! Good luck & God bless!
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