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Old 08-30-2012, 09:24 AM   #57
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i also started working on the kitchen
im still not sure how to mount my furnace in yet or even which way that furnace is supposed to be placed but i can figure that out later.

on the kitchen i started filling my holes i now i don't need , the plugin, wiring, and drawer because im adding a lager stove.

i also ordered a boler axle from Fibreglass RV Parts, Repairs, and Service by Paul Neumeister paul
very good guy and a good price.
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Old 10-04-2012, 10:55 AM   #58
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hi everyone sorry its been a while i have been very busy.
i did get some things done though

first off i did manage to finish my axle and frame and im very happy with it.
we ended up doing a little more welding but its all good now.
the boler is now on its new frame.
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Old 10-04-2012, 11:57 AM   #59
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as everyone knows i decided to paint my boler a green mica Pearl.
the pictures don't do it any Justice you cant see the Pearl and its a lot lighter.
But i did get all my interior panels done and painted
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Old 10-04-2012, 12:01 PM   #60
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i also painted the interior of the boler and did some of the wiring to the upper cabinets by going threw the seams. and got my floor ready for glue
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Old 10-21-2012, 02:15 PM   #61
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ok everyone im back again i did some more work on the cabinets
i did mess up the counter (when i glued the one opening shut and finished it off i neglected to wate till the urethane glue was completely dry and had some large bobbles. so i got to re-sand fix and than paint again graaaaa.)

ok so i also placed the cabinets inside the boler to do a test fit and i couldn't help to take a bunch of pictures

i do need to fix so fit issues due to the flooring but its easy enough
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Old 10-21-2012, 02:34 PM   #62
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I love that color, I see so many possibilities for decorating....
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Old 10-22-2012, 11:48 PM   #63
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so if the other one was mario, is this gunna be a luigi? the green is perfect.

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Old 10-23-2012, 12:05 AM   #64
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so if the other one was mario, is this gunna be a luigi? the green is perfect.

No luigi is not my hero
Mario is still going to be on it
But yoshi is the theme
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:52 PM   #65
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No luigi is not my hero
Mario is still going to be on it
But yoshi is the theme
oooh, neat! good color for that, too I have a nephew that loooooooooves yoshi.
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:48 PM   #66
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ya a lot of kids now mario and yoshi
that's what makes this so fun

driving down the road and hearing kids say look look its mario

its just fun

my boy thinks its pretty cool to
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:01 AM   #67
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my brother is an electrician and he told me to get this led lighting
its like a rope light but its flat waterproof and extremely easy to use
so i ended up ordering 5 m of the stuff for only $10
i tried it and i fell in love
its a great accent lighting choice
so here is a few pictures of it

(i also ordered bright white that im going to use in my house for under my cupboards) and also the closet in the boler

i also paint the edging that the floor does not cover black and made myself two edging peaces that i painted black to go down at the bottem of the closet and the step up to the table
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Old 10-28-2012, 05:51 PM   #68
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your attaching the upper cabinets and lower cubboard with urathane glue right. but excatly how are you you doing that it looks like in the recent pics that you never removed the ensolite. Im considering doing this as well but don't exacly know the procedure.
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:11 AM   #69
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your attaching the upper cabinets and lower cupboard with urathane glue right. but excatly how are you you doing that it looks like in the recent pics that you never removed the ensolite. Im considering doing this as well but don't exacly know the procedure.
the upper and the closet i have decided not to urethane and the only reason y is that i may have to paint the cabinets again if i sell this one. its a lot easier to take them out scuff them up and than spray them if there not glued in (im using bolts with snap caps for a clean look)

but the answer to you question.
to urethane the panels on it is a must to use a two part urethane otherwise the strength is just not there. first outline on both sides on the ensolite where the panel is going ''i suggest using a dry erase marker''.
then cut out the ensolite in about a 1 cm width inside both the lines (that way when the cabinet is on you wont see any glue and it still looks finished). than sand the 1 cm grove with any grit of sandpaper lower than 320, as well as the peace your gluing. i use a 1.5 min glue so i don't have to stand there long but that means you have to be quick. (there is 4-5 different dry times of the glue you can get)

apply glue, stick, hold and your done

the glue can be painted and its sand able
you can use it to fill small holes, cracks,
even glue other parts onto the boler
proform glue is what i use pf7773
and the glue gun is 807n

hope this helps
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Old 10-29-2012, 11:05 PM   #70
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The step by step instruction you left sure helps thanks a whole bunch. project looks good. also was wondering do i have to remove the frame from the boler to replace the floor.
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