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Old 02-06-2007, 09:10 PM   #15
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Every time I click on a Burro picture I get DIRECTNICPARKING.COM/.
I see the vent lid on the roof, but can't make out detail. It doesn't look as if there is a seam at all, but the picture may have been re-touched. Anyway, your A/C works!

The door is another subject. It should be straightened so it won't drive you bonkers every time you go in or out. Some rather serious tinkering may be required. A good job for a shop which has dealt with a similar or the same problem.
Hopefully this will prove to be a very minor irritation.
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Old 02-06-2007, 10:18 PM   #16
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the link goes straight to two pictures of a 17 foot kit Burro.

I get it just fine, so did Christi

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Old 02-06-2007, 10:21 PM   #17
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I borrowed it.
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Old 02-06-2007, 11:43 PM   #18
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Thanks for the picture. I avoided having to put it together from a kit, otherwise I might still be at it.

I'm with Kurt and Ann on this one. There was a leak under the threshhold which made me take the door off and reseal it, but I didn't realize the poor alignment. It was not difficult to get off, but I had to make a single-purpose curved tool for breaking the frame out by slitting the sealant. Looks like I will have to do it again to fix the misalignment,

I am a bit intrigued by some of the minor changes which seem to have cropped up from one year to the next: the seam/ridge on top, the character line ahead of the rear marker lights, the flat to curved cabinet doors, the apparent change in the way the spare tire is attached, etc. It seems that some of these changes required different molds. Did they have more than one set of molds at a time? I'm stumped.

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