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Old 09-01-2019, 06:48 PM   #1
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Hi, Iím Dee and Iím the new owner of a Boler 1300H, made in Winfield BC. This is my first foray into campers, trailers, and fiberglass repair!

My Boler is a bit different than most that I see photos of. It has two long cabinets above the sink instead of three short ones. The cabinet fronts are a very Ďfancyí looking plastic with lots of detail. The table has a round, removeable pole rather than hinges and a folding pole. Also it looks like it never had the cool, twisty wrought-iron supports on the left side of the sink. Instead it has a homemade looking metal bracket that I am eager to get rid of!

Iím excited to learn how to fix this cutie up, and enjoy some time exploring nature. 🌲
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Before getting rid of that metal support, I would add a support (or two) to replace it. Its keeping the roof up and preventing sag. It has an important job to do.
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Dee, that is a very sharp looking Boler!
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Before getting rid of that metal support, I would add a support (or two) to replace it. Its keeping the roof up and preventing sag. It has an important job to do.
Absolutely! I would like to replace it with the original wrought-iron supports, or a copy of them if possible. I'm not sure how easy it will be to take out the metal one though.
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