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Old 07-05-2003, 12:15 AM   #15
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Names for your new f/g

My wife looked at your photos, read your list of required repairs and came up with "Shirley Shoebox". Well you asked for ideas not just good ones!!
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Old 07-05-2003, 12:49 AM   #16
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Hi Eric
You will enjoy the fiberglassing part once you catch on.My old Boler is in same state.:wave
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Old 07-05-2003, 09:07 AM   #17
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What a list. but your not the first. (does that help?) No? didn't think so. those flat sides whould help with the wall redos. not so much conturing.

So are you putting all back in the same place or rearranging? :) time for some creative planning here. Suz is good at that. I'd planned on mine for months and she says make that one a dinette. Duh!! <img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3edb92fa0263akopfpatsch.gif/> where had my brain been? great idea.
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Old 07-05-2003, 09:50 AM   #18
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Shirley Shoebox??? Do you want my trailer to get beat up by the other trailers while on vacation? :lol

A bit of rearraging... The dinette now folds down into a 7'2" long bed. I'm thinking of changing that to a full size bed... 4'6". That'll give me room for a movable dinette set and maybe a closet. The galley area is staying in front. You are right about the carpeting. There are a few contours to have to deal with, but nothing like the inside of a Scamp or Casita. To be perfectly honest, if I had managed to get a used one of those and the carpet or ensolite (depending on year) needed to be replaced, I think I would learn to live with it as is!

Chester... does fiberglass work the same as Bondo? I have worked with that in the past.
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Old 07-05-2003, 10:44 AM   #19
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Even though your surface is flat, Lanny Webbs primer explaining how he replaced the carpet in his Casita may be helpful.

What a job! What a job!
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* * * * * * Shirley Shoebox??? Do you want my trailer to get beat up by the other trailers while on vacation? :lol *

A bit of rearraging... The dinette now folds down into a 7'2" long bed. I'm thinking of changing that to a full size bed... 4'6". That'll give me room for a movable dinette set and maybe a closet. The galley area is staying in front. You are right about the carpeting. There are a few contours to have to deal with, but nothing like the inside of a Scamp or Casita. To be perfectly honest, if I had managed to get a used one of those and the carpet or ensolite (depending on year) needed to be replaced, I think I would learn to live with it as is!

Chester... does fiberglass work the same as Bondo? I have worked with that in the past. *
Hi Eric
Yes it works the same as bondo.Just mix a little at a time.You also must use the fiberglass matting.I really enjoyed working with that stuff.Secrete---Use disposable gloves when using it.No mess on hands.:wave
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