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Old 02-26-2012, 06:39 PM   #29
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Over the weekend, the Titan got a bath and the roof got some attention.
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:41 PM   #30
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We also cleaned up the inside a bit.
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I enjoying reading all about the projects on this forum. Will be checking in often to see how they are coming along. Keep up the good work.
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:55 PM   #32
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Looks real nice now you have to cover it to keep the tree stuff off of it. Ha ha ha
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Old 03-09-2012, 05:44 AM   #33
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Here are a couple photos after the bath and roof sealing.
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Here are a couple photos after the bath and roof sealing.
Huge difference, looks great!
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Yesterday, the inside roofing on the Titan was replaced. Still a few trim pieces to go, but overall I am really happy with how it came out.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:38 AM   #36
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Your project is coming along very nice. Keep up the good work and keep those pics coming. It's nice to see some of the vintage rigs being remodeled.
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You have done a great job getting her back to this point. The old girl still buffs up pretty good. Just keep chipping away at the things you want to get done and soon, FINISHED! You will then have yourself a good mh and one that already has a lot of good family history and memories. Now its your turn to make new ones. Keep up the good work, she is looking great.
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Amazing work, looks great.
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We are still chipping away!! The rain held off just long enough to complete some brake work upfront and to upgrade the shocks on all four corners. Here are a few pictures.
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We are still chipping away!! The rain held off just long enough to complete some brake work upfront and to upgrade the shocks on all four corners. Here are a few pictures.
Looking good, those kyb gas-a-just pretty durable shocks? I need to replace my rear shocks which are coil spring over models and want to try to find something similarly beefy.
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Looking good, those kyb gas-a-just pretty durable shocks? I need to replace my rear shocks which are coil spring over models and want to try to find something similarly beefy.


The KYB's are a huge improvement! It's riding much smoother than before.

The team got together today and finished up the rear brakes and the hydrovac boosters. The aux fuel tank was also put back in after a por-15 job and all new hardware. Had to replace the motherboard on the generator too.

The weekend warriors are slowly but steadily making progress...
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