Well a lot has gone on since my last post. While trying to bring Loretta back and forth to storage the rear electric brakes started to seize up. Upon further inspection this is what I found.
Parts from inside of brake drums.
I'm thankful it didn't seize up halfway back from California.
Any who I parked the trailer out in front of my house to get some work done on it. Then my HOA towed it away. $160.00 later I pulled it out of impound. The HOA said because the trailer was not registered they towed it off my street.
The best part of this is that we have recently moved and now Loretta sits on the side of our house and I can work on her whenever I feel the need to do so.
I have had some time to work on Loretta while in front of our old house before we moved. I started the interior tear down. I know it looks like a huge mess but I will be keeping so parts to help me fit the new interior when I'm installing it.
I normally work until about 1 pm as the temperature is normally over 100 degrees by then.
Her new resting place is on the side of our new house.
Loretta sits on a good size RV pad on the side of our house, and once we get all settled in I will start work on her ASAP. I "plan" on going all the way to the frame as there is considerable amount of rust from what I can see of the frame. Once that is done, I will start to rebuild new interior with bunk beds for my 3 boys.
Thanks for reading in, I will update soon.