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Old 05-13-2016, 07:37 AM   #4649
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Good morning, all.

Another pre-summer day in north FL. 72 right now. Heading to 90. A slight chance of thunderstorms in mid-afternoon.

Frank, Still waiting on the county for the building permit. Going on a month? Hopefully it will come through soon. I have to be out of my current space in less than 4 weeks. I may need to move everything into temporary storage units in town. Yuck!

I have two more paying projects to complete in the current facility, so I better get to work...


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Old 05-13-2016, 10:44 AM   #4650
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What do any of you pro's out there know about Alpine DP's? The wife and I have always's like them just never pulled the trigger on one but have been talking to someone about a 2000 with 120k miles with the 8.3 cummins ISC. I know i could post a seperate thread just seeing what you guys know about them.

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Old 05-13-2016, 11:50 AM   #4651
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Sorry - am not familiar with them.

I think if you find one you like the floor plan and do your due diligence you will be OK.

I checked on the internet. I like the center door on the model I looked at.
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Old 05-13-2016, 04:14 PM   #4652
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It's a 38 FDDS which means 38' front door double slide. Will need drive tires and carpetfront carpet will need to be done soon and a couple floor tires are cracked. But the biggest challenge it's in Michigan and of course we are in Washington.
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Old 05-13-2016, 07:32 PM   #4653
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Octefam,

Where in Michigan? I live in Michigan. If it's not to far, I could go look at it.

Rained cats and dogs last night. Boy do I wish I could send this to someone else who needs it. Otherwise, it is definitely better than winter any day.

Got to w--k this weekend. WOT next weekend then vacation after that. Hopefully by then it will be warm and summery out.

Charles, hope you get your building permit soon. Hope everyone else is doing fine. Have a good weekend, Lynne
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:54 PM   #4654
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Where in Michigan? I live in Michigan. If it's not to far, I could go look at .Lynne
Up north I think in Cadillac.
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Well here is a picture of the front two panels of the roof without the new headliner and the second one is of the back roof section with the headliner the DW and I just finnished...supposed to rain tomorrow so we will see if we can get the front done. All it is, is foil wrapped bubble wrap....but with an r factor..we cut it to size and sprayed some 3m adhesive, high heat, and wrapped it in vynal and spray glued it to the roof...we think it turned out pretty good for our first attempt..

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Charles,
Hope the building permit comes thru soon. From what I have seen the building departments in Florida are a real pain. They are also very slow.
Octanefam,
I hope that the MH works out for you, like Mona did for Rail. If it is not the right one, you will know right away.
MK,
Nice job!!!!
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Old 05-14-2016, 07:02 AM   #4657
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gooodmorninng everyone,,,coffee iss grrreat this morning,,


sitting here waiting on the grandsons to come over for breakfast before there ball games this morning..
MK. tops look great !!!!


got a little more done on the scotty yesterday,,,got the outer skin back on and the inside rear section framed up..be running new electric and plumbing very soon now,,wont be long untill i hand it over to DEBBIE,,,then bingo....


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Bap,
You sure don't waste any time on those rebuilds. You will run yourself and FIL out of work if you are not careful, lol.
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Good Evening Gang,

W--ked today and the full moon sure made things miserable. Wow, glad that day is over.

MK, looks nice!

Some day I will get my MH back and be able to actually use it. I hope at least, they have had it for over 2 weeks now.

Bap, please don't forget to take pictures. You and Debbie do such a great job on these things. I wish you would start a thread called "Bap and Debbie's Makeovers". It would be as popular as Terry's and you could show each TT you do. PLEASE!

Had hail on the way home. 43 degrees and hail. Wow, it was coming down. Wish this weather would take a hike or just disappear.

Time for dinner, Jerry made unstuffed cabbage soup. It is delicious! Take care, talk with you tomorrow. Lynne
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Hey Lynne!
Must be something in the air and water. Full moon was said to be now in many forums. But, it ain't til the 22st.
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Sure looked full to me on the way to work this am.

You going to join us August 2017 for the Good Morning Meet and Greet?
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Sure looked full to me on the way to work this am.

You going to join us August 2017 for the Good Morning Meet and Greet?

Do you mean in Oregon for the solar eclipse? Grand Curiosity?


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