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Old 09-18-2012, 08:14 PM   #1
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Floor replacement

It's beginning to get cooler here on the third coast, South Texas now, and will start my tear-out of the bathroom floor in my '70 rear bath Soverign, and am just wonderin' if I can just remove the tub, and leave the towel closets in place. Most of the floor is junk between the toilet and tub, and must be replaced. I'm just not real positive that the floor stringers are in good condition. Guess I'll just jump in with both teeth, and start tearin' stuff out...whatch think....Fossilseeker.....Oh, before I leave, can someone explain to me how to post pictures?

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Old 09-18-2012, 08:19 PM   #2
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....Oh, before I leave, can someone explain to me how to post pictures?
See post #7 of this thread for some help.

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