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Projects / Re: Mike's 1973 D22 Complete tear out. From the Roof down!
« Last post by RockwoodMike on Yesterday at 11:02 PM »
I am going to use this pressure treated wood to rebuild the lower skirt fender well area..Using that pocket screw system and the construction glue..That will never rot away!! :)clap Those two open areas will be stuffed with blue foam..
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Projects / Re: Mike's 1973 D22 Complete tear out. From the Roof down!
« Last post by RockwoodMike on Yesterday at 10:58 PM »
Small progress report :)clap Actually going back together some..I made the new plywood piece that replaced the rot on the right side of the coach..With a typical paper template and using CDX plywood..Then gluing it up like crazy..You got to be careful doing a big piece like this..It will float on the wet glue as you are setting the weights on it and go out of position..After setting all the dumbbells and water jugs on it, it had shifted some..I was able to tap the edge and it re positioned itself..That will set over night..I sanded the blue foam lightly just to clean it up using that palm sander..All it really did was remove the original glue remnants..
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Projects / Re: Mike's 1973 D22 Complete tear out. From the Roof down!
« Last post by RockwoodMike on Yesterday at 10:52 PM »
If you go to this thread, http://www.classicwinnebagos.com/forum/index.php?topic=15070.0 , You will see that they took out the entire lower side wall and there are some steel beams in there. I think the two of you can be learning from each other on how to do your rebuilds. Although we have not heard from them lately and you seem to be way ahead of them in some respects.

I have read and re read that thread and on post 6 it shows this big rotted area and I can not figure out where that section is..The big thing on this is to preserve the skin..It would next to impossible to re create it..And I am seeing it cut up..There really isn't any reason to do that..I just wish they were back on this with any kind of update..Would be interesting to see it and how it is coming along..
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If this interior is looking as sharp as I am seeing it..Grab it!! Mine was an absolute basket case..But yours looks NICE!!
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Hard to tell from just a few pictures, but the interior, especially the ceiling, looks to be in great shape; no sags, no stains. Appears and mind you I say "appears" to be a good starting point. You'll have to give it a good going over before you commit. Like the rest of us crazy people around here, once you're hooked, you're hooked. And we all committed or should be committed, something like that.
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Travel / Re: North Carolina, 2019
« Last post by ClydesdaleKevin on Yesterday at 03:50 PM »
Student Day 1 is done!  2 more to go!


Kev
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As long as there isn't a lot of dry rot or water damage, 3500 seems like a fair price.  These things, especially in fair condition, just keep going UP UP UP in price!


Generators can usually be repaired, so don't let that stop you.


Kev
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