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Old 06-22-2016, 08:29 PM   #2283
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Got it loaded up and ready to go for a 3 week trip. Starting tomorrow.
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Old 06-23-2016, 05:42 PM   #2284
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Made a bunch of posts about my remodel progress and no one replied to any
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Made a bunch of posts about my remodel progress and no one replied to any
We're reading them RE!
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Old 06-24-2016, 06:43 AM   #2286
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RedNeck,
I read your posts, impressive work that you are doing, sorry that I didn't comment, please continue to show us your rebuild. I always loved those Amerigos.
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Old 06-24-2016, 07:18 AM   #2287
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I have been reading them.
I believe the last post was way back on 11-21. I was the first to respond. I don't go to this thread because I usually don't comment on what I do to my MH everytime. Sorry I know how it feels, I do like your posts very informative and my parents had a pickup camper back when I was in Highschool so I am glad you took on the task.
I'll try reading this Forum more often.
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same here,same here,,--keep up the good work redneck..
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Hello,

Just a small thing today. Took out the floor vents for heating, sanded them down, and painted them. Let them dry and re-installed. Look nice and just one more thing done.

Love to see all the things people do to their RV's. I do not have the talent of some of you but the small things make me happy when I can do them myself.

Amazing what some of you can do though. Lynne
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Old 06-27-2016, 11:02 PM   #2290
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I know, just been an odd experience with the latest batch. I got backlogged on posts, and then kinda bombed them all at once, but this is the first time in a long time where they've all sat silent for a while.

I blame the summer .

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I read your posts, impressive work that you are doing, sorry that I didn't comment, please continue to show us your rebuild. I always loved those Amerigos.
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I will, going to be taking advantage of the 4 day weekend to try and do some catch up. The new floor is just waiting for me to cut the foam board to fit and then I can actually start building upwards .

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I believe the last post was way back on 11-21. I was the first to respond. I don't go to this thread because I usually don't comment on what I do to my MH everytime. Sorry I know how it feels, I do like your posts very informative and my parents had a pickup camper back when I was in Highschool so I am glad you took on the task.
I'll try reading this Forum more often.
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This is camper #2 for me, I currently have three RVs, our fifth wheel that's just the house, and two pickup campers. I'm swapping the good parts from the KIT into the Amerigo, afterwards I'll sell her off and let someone else get some use out of her before she eventually ends up on the scrap pile.

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same here,same here,,--keep up the good work redneck..
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Followed your lead and looked at the Amerigo threads and saw all your posted pictures and work. Great job.

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Kitchen items

Our new to us 2000 Adventurer now has a new set of Corelli dishes, flatware, 2 runner rig mugs, lamp shade, & 2 new coffee cups. DH has spent hours tinkering trying to get everything just right for our July 4 trip.
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28 inch TV

Finally got the new Flat Screen TV installed into the box where the old tube TV had been.

From analog to digital. All hooked up and with just the bat-wing antenna sitting in our driveway we got 14 channels. DH did a nice job on the cabinet remake too. Just has to add the plugs when he gets around to it.

Did a minor repair on the awning. Still has a year or two in it.

Rig is mostly packed and ready for our Friday trip down to Ohio for a CG and fireworks!

Here's the TV cabinet DH and my Brother built.
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Water valve and upper seal kit arrived today to fix my leaky Thetford Aurora. Original plan was to replace but the missus convinced me it's better to repair this china bowl hopper than replace with some modern plastic junk.
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Waxed the front cap to eliminate the black streaks on the windshield when it rained. Vacuumed and shampooed the carpet.
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Lynne,
Jerry and your brother did a nice job, looks like it was done at the factory.
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