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Old 11-06-2012, 10:20 PM   #71
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new project here

Hi all. Newbie restorer here.
Also from Alberta, will be looking for advise and tips.

"an ambitious Man"

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Old 11-07-2012, 04:18 AM   #72
Name: Jean-L &Linda
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led lights

Originally Posted by Siris View Post
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
Can you share with us, where did you purchase these led lights?

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Old 11-13-2012, 08:06 AM   #73
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Trailer: 1974 13 ft Boler
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Originally Posted by Siris View Post
if anyone wants the old windows or roof vent or even the icebox
i would like to sell them just make me any offer it will help with funding the new boler

here is a picture of the other boler i was working on till i found this one. i would sell this for cheep to if you want to come get it
it is moble and has all the cabinets the windows are broken but i now where there is a few not being used lol.

not the one with the mario that's the other on i did i just wanted to put a picture of it up lol
Did you ever sell those windows?
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Old 12-02-2012, 07:05 PM   #74
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Trailer: 1975 Boler 1300
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Originally Posted by Siris View Post
windows are out ((damn rivets)this boler is going to be rivet free).
side windows are now cut to the new size
roof vent is also cut to the right size but now i need to build a frame to lift the new fan so the molding on the inside does not stick out.
took out some more garbage and worked in the insolite a little(needs alot of work).
Nice project. Can you tell me the side window sizes? I want to replace the ones in my 75 Boler and I think that they should be 20" x 26" but I'm concerned with interference with the closet.

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