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Old 08-18-2010, 09:43 PM   #71
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Scott, Did that work? can you see the hub cap add now?
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Old 08-18-2010, 09:45 PM   #72
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Wow they werent cheap were they, I really like my baby moons at 12 dollars each now! Did you get 4 of them for that price???
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yeah, 4 total. LOL! That way I had 2 spares.
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Old 08-18-2010, 09:49 PM   #74
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yeah, 4 total. LOL! That way I had 2 spares.


Well thats better than 2 for $200 I suppose...... Now you have 4 spares!
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As you can tell, I have gone a little crazy with this project and it is a little over budget. Oh well, it will be what I want and like when it is finally done. I am planning on doing some more interior wood work and trim tomorrow. I took a few days off to get my new toy hauler ready for the next couple of weeks. My father in law is using it for the local county fair, then I am taking it to Eldora speedway for the Dirt track World 100 Late model race from September 7th through the 12th
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They'll be the best looking frisbees at the campground thats for sure!
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Old 08-18-2010, 09:53 PM   #77
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As you can tell, I have gone a little crazy with this project and it is a little over budget. Oh well, it will be what I want and like when it is finally done. I am planning on doing some more interior wood work and trim tomorrow. I took a few days off to get my new toy hauler ready for the next couple of weeks. My father in law is using it for the local county fair, then I am taking it to Eldora speedway for the Dirt track World 100 Late model race from September 7th through the 12th

Well as a Project Manager, I can tell you that is the definition of a project, late and over budget!

I am way overbudget as well on mine, ah but who cares we are gonna have a great looking team of BURRO'S!!
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Team Burro, I like that. I'll have to see about getting us some shirts made up. I have a connection at a sign/shirt shop!
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Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel now!!

I am getting close to the finished product on my Burro restoration. Installed the engineered hardwood flooring, trimmed out the cool cat a/c, finished the cabinets, lined my storage compartments and installed the curtain rods for the windows. The end is in sight finally!
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Great Job! Mark. I look forward to seeing it in person.

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Great Job! Mark. I look forward to seeing it in person.

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Thanks Scott. I still have a few things to do. If you notice the large void above the Cool Cat, I have an Alpine stereo/CD player going in there, just got too late to mess with it tonight. That will be tomorrows project. I also have my new cushions in there, but didn't get pictures of them inside yet.
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Generally, I like the Baby Moons the best, but in keeping with your colors, style, etc. I'm liking the Spinners with your masterpiece! Beautiful creation!
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Generally, I like the Baby Moons the best, but in keeping with your colors, style, etc. I'm liking the Spinners with your masterpiece! Beautiful creation!

Vickie, they look GREAT by themselves, but when they are on the camper they really look weird. I guess because they attach to the outside edge of the wheel and not inside the wheel dish. They kinda look odd to me. I am going to keep them, maybe use them as wall hangings or something. They definately look better on the wall than they do on the trailer.
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Oh, alright--I defer to your expertise (since you've brought the Burro this far!!!!)

Speaking of wall hangings, I've been seeing hubcaps by the side of the road alot recently, maybe I'll stop and pick them up! They do make cool art pieces, and if I can find 2 that fit my camper---well, there ya go!!
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