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RE: Work Camping

thank you for your service!!! I've been working out of my camper lately...what a great office!
TCdude 06/23/20 11:10am Truck Campers
Bigfoot carpeted ceilings -clean, remove, cover?

Any Bigfoot owners out there had to wash their ceilings or remove the carpet on the ceiling or even cover the carpet on the ceiling. My 1997 2500 has some stains around a leaky ac and random dirt marks and I'm not sure what's the best process to clean or cover up. I plan to remodel the whole camper at some point so I'm open to tearing it all out if that is even an option, but for now what products or process do you do to remove stains from ceiling carpet. thanks for your time!
TCdude 06/23/20 11:04am Truck Campers
RE: My (our) Ultimate Truck Camper Body Build

Amazing!! I'm currently doing a utility body swap and custom work on my rig. Lots of planning, not enough movement. I dont have the wife buy in that you did so I have to move fast and I'm clogging up the garage good. One of the many items on my list of to-dos is to determine how I will arrange/organize the items in the 6 boxes. for example 1 box is for my batteries, electric upgrades ect, 1 box is for plumming, hoses, RV items, 1 box is for outdoor games/chairs ect, 1 box is being designed as a fold out outdoor kitchen and 1 box of course will be the tool box. Any chance you could give us some pics or description on how your organized your utility box systems. Thanks for your time.
TCdude 06/23/20 09:05am Truck Campers
removing silicone from Fiberglass

Just got a older Bigfoot 10.6 with custom utility service body and couldn't be happier, although both need a lot of work. The previous owner used huge amount of 100 year silicone to attach the bigfoot to the service body (not sure why) as it is also attached to camper mounts. Regardless, I have a bunch of silcone I need to remove from the side/bottom area of the camper. I've heard coleman camper fuel works well but don't know if it will damage the fiberglass. Anyone have any suggestions for removing and cleaning off all this silicone from a gel coated fiberglass RV? Thanks for your time Luke
TCdude 06/11/20 12:17pm Truck Campers
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