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Old 09-23-2007, 03:07 PM   #15
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Darryl,
I hope it all went smooth.

Looking forward to your pics and instructions.
Pics of before and after too of course!!!!

thanks

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Okay, I've finished this project and put the photos into my Photo Bucket space. Here is the link:

http://s161.photobucket.com/albums/t...oor%20Rebuild/

This is one job I'm glad to get finished. For some reason, when you upload to Photo Bucket, it arranges the pictures in backward sequence. If some of you know the cure for this ailment, please let me know. For this reason, they may be in the reverse order of how they really happened. I hope this helps someone else when they decide to tackle this project.

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Old 09-30-2007, 08:13 PM   #17
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Okay, I fixed the display order!

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Old 09-30-2007, 08:57 PM   #18
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Congradulations on a professional looking job. The instructional photo display leaves nothing to the imagination.
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Darryl,
Very nice job indeed.
The photos are great also.
I am going to start my floor repair today, if I can muster up the nerve...

Thanks for the update
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Old 10-01-2007, 09:36 AM   #20
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Well I got up the nerve...
here is a few pics of what was under the toilet

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Craig, looks very much like mine.

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Darryl,
Many Thanks for your photo's and willing to share, it gave me the inspiration to do this nasty job.

I have always told the wife " I hate plumbing"
Now I can add carpentry along with it.

The way the metal support beams are so rusty it must have been leaking for quite some time.

I hope to never do this again.
not too hard but too small of an area to work in.

Just ordered my POR-15 to coat all that rusty metal and to coat the battery trays..
Did some research on the stuff seems to be perfect for those areas..
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Yes, I love POR 15. As you noted, I did the support beams in my job. I can guarantee you that will be the end of the rust problem, if they are property coated. I've never found anything as tough. It's one weakness is sunlight. You must UV protect it if it is outside.
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Well the new wood is down the tile has been set.
Waiting 24 or more hours then apply the grout.
man , this feels like MH repair month, but the weather is being nice so that's a plus.


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Congratulations Craig! Man, I know what you mean. I thought this job would never get over either. Even after I set my toilet and everthing else was done, I encountered a new problem. The vacum breaker on the toilet was leaking when I flushed it! I had to go buy a new one. Evertime I'd flush, a big splatter of water shot out of it and onto the floor.

I don't know about you, but I don't ever want crapper problems again.
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I'm with ya there, I hope to never have to remove the crapper or repair anything close to it again.

I even replaced the teflon and rubber seal in the toilet while it was apart, it was not sealing all the time.
and new rubber floor flange seal.
maybe a new vac.breaker while still out might be in order..
Don't want to have more water on the floor again.

Today I grout, and then still figure out about the obd or ford 1 connector location.

Oh what fun.
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Toilet floor done and installed no leaks there....
but found leak under kitchen sink at the line feeding the cold side.

Have I ever told anyone I HATE plumbing
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Oh NO!! Is the floor okay? You and I both hate plumbing. In my case, it's mostly because I'm no good at it.

Let me know how bad it is. At this rate, you're never going to get your ODBII license.

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