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I have a 2017 Pace Arrow 35E bunkhouse model that I bought new this year. I'd love to see some mods, etc. I previously had a Jayco Precept and I loved their forum because they had great model specific participation.
I haven't modified much other than try to rig an extension to the sewer so I can connect my Sewer Solution. The connection is too recessed for it to fit. And I hate the 3" slinky pipe.
So I'd love to hear what others have done or problems that they've solved.
I have recently bought a 1988 32' Pace Arrow, garaged kept with 25,000 miles, the only owner before me passed away 10 years ago. Except for the mice having a heyday in this motorhome, the ceiling from front to back sags almost everywhere and I feel instead of replacement there is somehow I can get it back to norm without replacing anything except for the strip that secure each panel. Any suggestions, thanks...….
2001 35R with a nice skylight in the shower. the screws kept falling out on the inside so here is my fix. remove all screws and the inside plastic. Good time to clean exposed plastic. where the screw holes are I scraped any foam off the 1/4" plywood foam pannel. I cut several pieces of 3/4 x 1 1/2 x 2" wood which I predrilled screw holes thru the 3/4" thickness and started a screw in and out. I put wood glue on the bottom of the insert wood and screwed in down to press the pieces together. after all holes had been reinforced with new wood and glue dried,I removed the screws and reinstalled the inside skylight. No more loose screws. .