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Old 02-05-2011, 10:21 AM   #15
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Ranns Ammee I would think you only need to remove the lower interior panels in the bathroom area. It will depend exactly where the floor seam is between the last piece and the next. If it is inside the bathroom area the you should be fine just removing the bathroom panels.
The rot around the wter fill neck can be patched easily.
Check the floor below all the windows and around the door right at the point where the shell meets the floor. If the windows are leaking it will rot the floor right there.
I don't recognize that awning. Does it still work? Zip Dee is one way to go and Carefree from Dometic still make awnings for airstreams and are a lot less money than Zip Dees.

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Old 02-05-2011, 10:45 AM   #16
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floor questions

The awning is so simple that all it needs is new canvase, blast and paint or powder coat. The wrachet works but needs some lovin. It even has some little anchors at the bottom of the AS. But is it worht it? I will take many pics on the floor project for advice, Here are a few more pics of the awning
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