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Old 11-19-2013, 07:52 PM   #1
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Join Date: Nov 2013
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Hello All, i bought my rig 4 days ago. i spent all my extra time cleaning out a majority of the inside, pretty gross stuff ( rat poop, crappy carpet, hunting rounds, random useless crap, the usual.)
- I spent the night in my rig and started working this morning. my friend came over and we started pulling up the plywood.
there was 2 layers of ply wood. the factory( which had rotten spot) and a second layer that some backwood hillbillies installed. we saved all of that plywood, and burned the factory.
tearing out sink, fridge, stove, all that crap. don't worry i took very detailed notes of "original" settings.
ill post pictures of my plumbing set up later buy here is a time lapse of my boy and i getting it done.

!!!!! Suggestions!!!!! i could not get the factory screws out of the metal frame. made this job 1000xs harder. can someone please tell me a trick or something to get these screws out! thanks

click this link guys, it looks like spam, but it's not. it's a public link to my time lapse vid on my skydrive. i would never screw over a fellow comrade.
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