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Old 03-16-2011, 12:22 AM   #29
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Hello TerraYacht! Thanks for checking in. The TV looks great, as does the side shelf in the bathroom. We also put a shelf onto the side of our vanity. Used corian instead. Will post photos soon. By the way, that's a very interesting view of Mt Rushmore, one I have yet to see.
I thought about using Corian that matched the vantiy top but I thought it would be too thick for the toilet seat to clear...and I like to lift the seat!
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Terra Yacht that's too funny! (Mt Rushmore picture) Love the flip-up shelf idea. We'll be copying that.
Bob, we were fortunate to be free of mechanical problems. We did have a leak during a 3 day, side ways, blowing rain storm. We had water come in (we think) from the vent over the refrig. area. Never before or since have we had a leak, so we think it was the driving, side ways blowing nature of that storm. Several of the guys tryed to find where it was leaking & that's the best guess.
The other place I had a leak, and when I investigated I found evidence that it was there with the previous owner, was the "front" corner at the bottom of the shower door. It ran under the closet (where my vacuum is located now) and sometimes trickled out into the middle of the floor. A little careful caulk/sealant and it is now tight again.
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Does anyone know how many Airstream Legacy were made in 1992?
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Does anyone know how many Airstream Legacy were made in 1992?
No, but if you call Airstream in Jackson Center, someone there might be able to help you out.
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Old 03-30-2011, 06:57 PM   #33
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Hey Michigander, I like the new name. Maybe your picture should also change to look something like this. Aren't you glad that's about over?
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Old 03-31-2011, 06:05 AM   #34
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This has been the longest winter I can remember. We try to go to Cancun in Feb most years. This splits it up so you donk't notice it as bad.. This year we went in Nov!!!! My daughter got married in Cancun.. Made it all the longer... Soon it will be warm again...
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Hey Michigander, I like the new name. Maybe your picture should also change to look something like this. Aren't you glad that's about over?
Thanks for noticing. I couldn't believe nobody else had it. Nice picture, makes the winter look better than it is. How many more 23 degree mornings can we take?
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Old 03-31-2011, 08:05 AM   #36
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Here's a couple of pics of our 2002 30' SO.

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Tomorrow is April 1...I can't take ANY more 20 something mornings. Since getting back to MI (mid March) we've run the moho furnace almost every night to protect the now unwinterized plumbing (lowest setting/50 degrees). This might be over the top, but these forums have us worried about freezing water heaters, exploding pipes, etc.

Pappy19, a 30 ft Classic with slide is the vehicle that got us looking @ Air Streams. Love the floor plan. I'm guessing it's very similar to ours.
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Tomorrow is April 1...I can't take ANY more 20 something mornings. Since getting back to MI (mid March) we've run the moho furnace almost every night to protect the now unwinterized plumbing (lowest setting/50 degrees). This might be over the top, but these forums have us worried about freezing water heaters, exploding pipes, etc.

Pappy19, a 30 ft Classic with slide is the vehicle that got us looking @ Air Streams. Love the floor plan. I'm guessing it's very similar to ours.
That's right, you were some place warm recently in the MH!! I definitely think you're doing the right thing running the furnace.

It would be a major hassle and expense to fix previously frozen, busted plumbing. Not to mention being out of commission for a potentially long time.

As far as Pappy 19's 30' w/ slide goes, I'm sure there are many similarities to our MH's. Thanks for the photos, Pappy.
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As we travel we get the most comments on the AS with a slide. Most don't know that AS even made a slide. We have to really watch being too casual in keeping our "stuff" from looking sloppy cause we get visitors always wanting to see inside our AS. I expect your AS coach gets the same treatment.
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our next change

Has anyone replaced the bedroom tv with an HD/flat screen model?
We want to do this & have taken the project as far as removal of the old tv & checking out what is behind it in that crazy padded box. Our first thought was take the box completly down & use a bracket made for the purpose of holding a tv. Our 2nd thought, what is behind the wall that the bracket can be attached to? That box is really firmly in place. (about 2 dozen screws) What we are wondering is, could the new tv be attached to the face of the box? We wouldn't mind removing the front & leaving the bottom as a shelf. But, we're not sure the bottom of the box is supported by anything more than the sides of the box. Has anyone tackled this project? Any thoughts?
And because I can...here is a picture of the original box. A 24" would fit across the flat front.
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Rear Bedroom TV Install

This is a simple install of your rear bedroom TV. I found my TV bracket at Menards for around $20. Then you adjust the in and out and up and down for TV fit or the addition of a DVD Player. I found a new DVD (small) player on ebay for $19. Give me a call if you have any questions.. Doug Sikkema
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Doug,
Thank you for the reply & the pictures. One more question. Is the black shelf part of the old tv box? Your drawings & photo are great...I think we'll be able to complete this project before Michigan camping season starts.
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