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Old 07-10-2014, 09:21 AM   #757
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Started to apply a second coat of wax (this year) yesterday, almost got one side done.
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Old 07-10-2014, 09:50 AM   #759
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Installed a bunch of LED puck lights in the RV. Also installed a remote dimmer. Big improvement in the lighting.

Now I can start putting the roof back on.
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Started to apply a second coat of wax (this year) yesterday, almost got one side done.
I started to buff off the flaking clear coat that my rig has on it. I will think about getting a coat of wax on it year after nest when the present job is finished.
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:21 AM   #761
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We just gave ours a good washing ,fixing to pull out next week for a couple of weeks ,oh yeah
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Loaded her up for a 4 day trip up North
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:25 PM   #763
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Spent the day lifting sheets of plywood up and tacking them in place. It all fits so tomorrow more screws!
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New rear main seal, new oil pan gasket, new radiator, complete new AC for cab, new brakes to include master cyl. drums, shoes, rotors, , new valve cover gaskets, adjust carb, adjust passing gear, fix vacuum leaks, and a few other things....$5k. Hoping for it to be good now.
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ID:	67543 Modified my couch sleeper for better accessibility to underneath storage. still need to add a trim at the bottom.


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Mike - nice feature.
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Attachment 67542Attachment 67543 Modified my couch sleeper for better accessibility to underneath storage. still need to add a trim at the bottom.


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You do not know how quickly I stole this idea of yours. material for this mod will be picked up mid August when we get back to the S&B. Thanks very much for posting.
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I mounted the front piece higher to clear the floor registers and since I have to lift up the couch front to open they don't slide out in transit. I used 2 Pc of 1x2 furring strips to make the base and mounted Blum full extension slow close slides and 2 pull out trays. the front is secured to the pull out trays with brass screws and trim rings.


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Finished putting the plywood on the roof. Tomorrow will cut the vent holes and lift the EPDM onto the roof.
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I mounted the front piece higher to clear the floor registers and since I have to lift up the couch front to open they don't slide out in transit. I used 2 Pc of 1x2 furring strips to make the base and mounted Blum full extension slow close slides and 2 pull out trays. the front is secured to the pull out trays with brass screws and trim rings.


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There seems to be a gap at the register end of the assembly. If so, why?
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