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Old 09-13-2010, 08:51 PM   #29
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WOW, all I can say is W.O.W. Man are you sure your ok doing this? I mean I'm not sure if even if you got this baby for free if it's worth building a MH which is what you are doing. Roof, Walls, Siding. Hmm, that sounds like a complete build to me. Anyhow, good luck. I guess if I had your knowledge I would be doing the same with my 73 MH...

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This is really more of a job than I did on my '73 Winnebago. But if you see anything in my album of roof replacement you want to ask about, feel free to ask me. Best of luck. Les Picasa Web Albums - les - 1973 Winnebag...#

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Old 09-14-2010, 05:31 AM   #31
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Thanks Indian! I love those types of picture threads!! How has the new roof been holding up for you?

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