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hstew

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Posted: 10/19/07 09:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

"Limo" tinted the cab over window yesterday, doing the rear bedroom tomorrow.

Hank


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tatest

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Custom bodywork: I swung the RR corner against something in a gas station and ripped off about 1/2 sq. ft. of rear wall.


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tatest wrote:

Custom bodywork: I swung the RR corner against something in a gas station and ripped off about 1/2 sq. ft. of rear wall.

ouch!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted: 10/20/07 11:46am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

hstew wrote:

"Limo" tinted the cab over window yesterday, doing the rear bedroom tomorrow.Hank


HANK, I want to do this before I head south so I can take that
darn fold out red-neck relective stuff outta there. You'd think
the RV makers would make this an option for us.

What did you use? Where did you get it?

Thanks. [emoticon]


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so as to have the life that is waiting for us.


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Rich Panganiban wrote:

This is always a fun thread to watch in other forums, so I thought I'd start one here.


Exercising the generator and topping up the tire air today. Tomorrow I am replacing the exhaust tip (rust and holes) with a nice, new chrome one. Next camping trip set for mid-November. Fort Worden State Park near Port Townsend, Washington. Sites on the beach with full hookups. All kinds of old artillery emplacements, tunnels and other stuff for the kids to explore.


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I organized a drawer while DH installed a cutting board with custom knife drawer that he made on a self closing slide, it fits perfectly under counter/above existing drawers (very cool). I can't wait to use it next weekend in Palm Springs.


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I put one Ride-Rite airbag on, the other will have to wait 'til tomorrow. I did it the hard way without jacking it up and removing the wheels and most of the time spent was searching my messy garage for the right tools.

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Posted: 10/21/07 06:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not exactly my Class C, but I did go to the California RV Show and saw some really cool ones: Fun Mover on the Ford F-750 chassis and the Gulfstream Super Nova on the International Chassis. Great looking rigs.

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I gave the C a good bath after our trip to Traverse City last weekend - left in the rain, came home in the rain - but the middle two days were great. It is amazing how much road "gunk" ends up on the back wall of the motor home.

After washing the exterior, I washed the all the windows, inside and out and got about half of the motor home waxed before it got dark. I hope to finish waxing the rest and winterizing next weekend......once I find where they hid the water filter.


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Montys Best

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Dinosaurman wrote:

Montys Best wrote:

Bought a locking gas cap.

I have to store the MH at the county fair grounds where it will be somewhat out of the weather, and unfortunately, out of my sight for... five... months... (I hate to type that!). I won't be able to look at it, start it, or check on it until spring, so I was thinking with the gas prices like they are, I don't want $100 in gasoline sitting there for someone to siphon out.


Monty, If you're going to leave it stored for 5 months better treat your gas with Sta-bil to keep it from going bad.


Thanks Dinosaurman... Already taken care of!

There's quite a few things I have to do to store it for that long in our cold Michigan winters, like fog the generator, remove the house battery, dryer sheets in all enclosed "mouse prone" areas, Decon, RV antifreeze, put any "mouse nest materials" in air tight storage containers, remove all food items, remove smoke/co2 detector batteries, park tires on plywood scraps... the list goes on and on.


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