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Old 01-02-2012, 09:14 PM   #29
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Did you have any damage on the outside with delamination? Unfortunately all your wall panels are luan plywood with a veneer wall finish on top, (thats separates when wet) contact glued to styrofoam in wall.The repair wouldn't be all that bad if it were not for the removal of all the cabinets,windows, valances & seats needed to work on it. From the picture where the damage is located below the window in dinette you might want to check for window leaks too.
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Old 01-03-2012, 07:41 AM   #30
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There is some delaminaton on the road side near the fidge access panel. I know I may never get everything completely new again, but I will get it looking presentable.
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Old 01-03-2012, 11:11 AM   #31
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I thought I saw a message somewhere that the levvelers are only supposed to be used when the engine is not on when using them? ? ? What is your experience with this?
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Old 01-05-2012, 10:24 PM   #32
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I thought I saw a message somewhere that the levvelers are only supposed to be used when the engine is not on when using them? ? ? What is your experience with this?
My operators manual states that the engine must be off, emergency brake applied. I could dig it out and get all the statements if you need it...

Otherwise, I think you'll enjoy your project. I bought my 93 33' for $3500 and poured another 5000 into it, though I redid the entire interior since I work from home and needed more desk space. Dinette came out, etc... You can see some pics if you wish on my profile.. I'll be following your progress.
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Old 01-14-2012, 11:30 AM   #33
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This is a very interesting project. My ASLY2000 has some interior delamination which will be fixed when it gets a bit warmer in Spring. Just wondering if the interior laminate is available to match existing. I have not taken anything apart yet to see what damage is underneath. Sorry, did not mean to hijack this thread.

Looking forward to your project updates 92Landyacht

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Old 01-14-2012, 12:31 PM   #34
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Steve, you could call Jackson center and ask, but after eleven years probably not to likely to find a match. But they may give you names of suppliers to contact. Where is your damage located at inside your coach?
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Old 01-15-2012, 06:45 AM   #35
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Steve, We did a repair replacing a section of the wall that had water damage. I could not find wall paneling. There are a couple of alternatives.

W sould probably start a thread about this work, or maybe there is one...
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Old 01-15-2012, 08:54 AM   #36
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As I'm currently in the middle of this interior renovation, I would be interested in any suggestions on material selection and techniques. Things I would be most interested in are wall materials, glue selection, insulation and fiberglass repair along with how to go about repair around windows and delaminating repair. I'm thinking of using 1/8" hardwood luan to replace the interior walls. Just having a hard time finding a local source. I'm also going to add some provisions for better AV equipment. Flat panel screens, Blu-Rey player and surround sound on on the list. Any ideas on how to best run cables would help.

I knew that this was going to be a long project so I'm giving myself time to do it right. I do have a reserved RV parking spot waiting for me at Road Atlanta for the Petit Lemans road race in Oct. 2012. The goal is to have it useable by then. After doing several years of $1000+ rentals I decided that this year it would be MY RV that goes to the races.
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Old 01-17-2012, 02:29 PM   #37
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Just found a source for 1/8" 4x8 sheets of lauan plywood to restore the interior walls. They'll charge me $18.48 a sheet and I can order anything from 1 to what ever. The great thing is that they're located just 5 miles from me in Lawrenceville, GA. Their name is Cofer Adams. They don't stock it, but will get it at no extra cost. That's a biggie since I haven't been able to locate 1/8" sheets anywhere else.
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Old 01-20-2012, 09:59 AM   #38
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Here is info from A/S that I received which may help in your project.


"Sorry, we don’t have that paneling anymore. We do have like a wall paper that is 8” wide and sold per feet.
The part number is #365251-02 you can get price and order this from any Airstream Dealer.
As for removing your windows, I will send this to the Customer Support, and they will get back with you on this." Here is that reply:

"According to one of our service techs, the window should have a trim ring around the interior that would be removed. From that point there will be a rubber seal that is removed to reveal the mounting screws." (not sure if this applies to a LY)

I will be getting a sample of the "wall paper" and will inform the group. My interior does not have any 8" seams and will check into this further.

BTW, is.chowa & s.chowa are one & the same as I am having some probs w/accounts & working on it.


Good luck on your restoration.

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Old 01-26-2012, 11:28 AM   #39
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Just came across in the forum for a paint on insulation which you might find usefull. Do a search on Darkspeed who has used the product HSC 1500. Web url is Super Therm® and Rust Grip® Products | Official site of Superior Products International
where you can get specs for it as well as application data from manufacturer.

Also if you search Santart in forum, he has done a restoration project similar to the one I will do when things warm up. He has some good info and photos.

Did you have a chance to look at the windows to see how they are attached? Also do you have aluminum stringers or wood supporting roof the lining?

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Old 01-27-2012, 07:43 PM   #40
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I've decided, as part of the repair/remodel, I will be installing a ceiling mounted LCD TV in place of the dash mounted tube type. I found a fold up ceiling bracket from Max-Q that looks like this:



I had to rebuild the headliner anyway, so I'll be reinforcing the center area and mounting it so the monitor will hang down center unit just behind the front seats when the TV is in viewing position. I'll be adding the cable runs for 2 HDMI cables, and a power outlet as well. I’m planning on a Dish Network receiver and blu-rey player to feed the monitor by way of HDMI.

Any suggestions on what model flat screen monitor to get? I was leaning toward a LED monitor for the weight and thickness advantage. Something in the 22" to 24" range. Maybe a Samsung, LG or an Insignia unit.
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Old 09-12-2012, 06:01 AM   #41
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92Landyacht, In all of your refurbs on the inside, when you were dong the front caps, did you have the liner off after you took the overhead cabinets off? If so did you see where the front cap and the roof connects? My PO said that he put new stainless bolts up there before sealing it. I have noticed that when we it the big seams on the interstate that I have a jarring metal noise, almost like riding in a disney shuttle bus.
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