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#61 Kodachrome


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Posted 28 May 2019 - 05:42 AM

I have just finished removing and replacing the rooftop fans with new fans and taking care of leaks, re-setting the solar panels. Nine hard years of ice buildup and removal seriously played havoc on the integrity and the leaks were getting bad.


Now I am moving on to removing and replacing the vinyl flooring and re-designing the battery box. I deal with a lot of wet gear like ski gear and what not so over the years the vinyl flooring has buckled in places and there was even rusty wood screws and slight wood rot in the worst areas. I pulled everything out, all the storage, the battery box, heater. I will remove the flooring tomorrow and probably hit the floor pack with boat paint to seal it after I clean and sand it. 


While all this is out, aside from things like new hardware, wood pieces and other moisture resistant moves, what else would others do to take advantage of the empty status of the camper?


I have time, won't be getting a new truck until the Fall most likely so I can take my time going over everything and making it all good. 

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