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Old 02-07-2010, 12:33 AM   #1
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Shelf front original?

The selves in my front cabinet have a piece of trim attached. (I assume it's attached to help stuff stay on the shelf for traveling.) Is this original or PO's?

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Old 02-07-2010, 07:20 AM   #2
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The selves in my front cabinet have a piece of trim attached. (I assume it's attached to help stuff stay on the shelf for traveling.) Is this original or PO's?

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I have a similar setup in the 60 Caravel. Original.
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Old 02-07-2010, 08:42 AM   #3
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Why not ask all on these questions on ONE thread instead of starting so many individual ones? Like "Today's Someday Question of the Day"!!!

Also spend some time searching AND researching the Overlander threads and pictures.
All of these questions have been answered many times over-lander.
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Old 02-07-2010, 10:27 AM   #4
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Why not ask all on these questions on ONE thread instead of starting so many individual ones? Like "Today's Someday Question of the Day"!!!

Also spend some time searching AND researching the Overlander threads and pictures.
All of these questions have been answered many times over-lander.
Really??? So many different threads??? Three posts total...hardly flooding the forums! I don't think this is a very welcoming post towards a newbie...besides, I actually prefer to have individual questions posted rather than a flurry of them in one post. Makes it easier to answer (& search) them and less likely to have them lost in the shuffle of a long disjointed thread.

Whatever...

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Really??? So many different threads??? Three posts total...hardly flooding the forums! I don't think this is a very welcoming post towards a newbie...besides, I actually prefer to have individual questions posted rather than a flurry of them in one post. Makes it easier to answer (& search) them and less likely to have them lost in the shuffle of a long disjointed thread.

Whatever...

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I agree.
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I agree with Shari. Not everyone on here has been on since before fire was discovered. Let others enjoy learing the forums without scaring them off.
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Old 02-07-2010, 02:00 PM   #7
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Really??? So many different threads??? Three posts total...hardly flooding the forums! I don't think this is a very welcoming post towards a newbie...besides, I actually prefer to have individual questions posted rather than a flurry of them in one post. Makes it easier to answer (& search) them and less likely to have them lost in the shuffle of a long disjointed thread.

Whatever...

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You are right. I should have said welcome first.

I was being impatient as there were three minor questions in three seperate threads on the same page.

BUT..... I did offer helpful information about the many sources of photos and infomation contained here. Seems there has been a wave of these multiple one question threads of late. I have answered many and they are not responded to. And disappear after one day.

I am not suggesting multiple questions in one post are a good idea either. I agree that long epic first posts are also ignored. But one question in ONE thread as a continuation of the project would be better then so many new threads with one question.

So, threads with three or four responses before fading away are OK with everyone?

Serial multiple thread starters with minor one question and redunant questions with easy questions are also EASY for people to ask. It can be time consuming to dig in to existing threads to find the version of the answer many are looking for.

It would be better if more people did some research first on the very basics of their project without watering down the subjects at hand.

And I did offer advice to Someday. While both you and Adonh just chime in to tell me I am not being helpful? How does that get Someday answers?


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I agree with Shari. Not everyone on here has been on since before fire was discovered. Let others enjoy learing the forums without scaring them off.
To say that I am only a little intimidated (about asking any more questions on this forum) would be an understatement. I'm not sure what un-watered down questions I'm supposed to be asking. So many of the HARD problems are already answered... and the information is readily available.

Can anyone recommend a forum where I can ask beginner, obviously uneducated, watered down questions?
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To say that I am only a little intimidated (about asking any more questions on this forum) would be an understatement. I'm not sure what un-watered down questions I'm supposed to be asking. So many of the HARD problems are already answered... and the information is readily available.

Can anyone recommend a forum where I can ask beginner, obviously uneducated, watered down questions?

Someday'59, Ask whatever question you want. Don't let any one person intimidate you. This is the forum you want.
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Old 02-07-2010, 08:53 PM   #10
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Welcome to the forums. Ask as many questions as you need. We were all noobies at one time. Theres so much to learn about your AS. And thgis forum is the place to find your answers.
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Old 02-07-2010, 11:19 PM   #11
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To say that I am only a little intimidated (about asking any more questions on this forum) would be an understatement. I'm not sure what un-watered down questions I'm supposed to be asking. So many of the HARD problems are already answered... and the information is readily available.

Can anyone recommend a forum where I can ask beginner, obviously uneducated, watered down questions?
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First of all Welcome.

This is interesting that my response and suggestions have been taken this way. I apologzie if if was too blunt. Nowhere did I suggest any question was dumb or uneducated. Really now!

By "watered down" I was referring to the number of threads with one question contained in each. It is MY opinion that your question will be less likely to be seen and answered as it is pushed off the main page by many others and even your multiple threads. And by the fact that this information MAY have been asked before so many times that many here no longer contribute advice. This is a fact but others will disagree. There is a wealth of knowledge here and history covering all parts of Airstreaming.

Do you want a "hit or miss" approach" or a multi layered answer covered it great detail? It is up to you.

Once again this is only my opinion...and I did offer suggestions on searching subject threads and photos. That was advice, right?

Go to www.vintageairstream.com RJ Dial's website and click on ARCHIVES section to review models and year details. This is a great resource.

Good luck
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Old 02-07-2010, 11:50 PM   #12
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lol...if only more people would post pictures of the insides of their cabinets.
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Old 02-07-2010, 11:56 PM   #13
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...and I did offer suggestions on searching subject threads and photos. That was advice, right?

Go to www.vintageairstream.com RJ Dial's website and click on ARCHIVES section to review models and year details. This is a great resource.

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I too have found www.vintageairstrem.com to be an indispensable resource. I spent a good deal of time searching websites for the answers to my questions. I posted questions here because I wasn't able to find satisfactory answers to my questions elsewhere.

How would you suggest I go about getting detailed answers as opposed to "hit or miss" answers? (I'm asking because I don't know.)

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I too have found www.vintageairstrem.com to be an indispensable resource. I spent a good deal of time searching websites for the answers to my questions. I posted questions here because I wasn't able to find satisfactory answers to my questions elsewhere.

How would you suggest I go about getting detailed answers as opposed to "hit or miss" answers? (I'm asking because I don't know.)

Thanks!
So you did not see other interiors matching the 59' in the ARCHIVES?

My suggestion was to combine all of your questions in one thread and continue it as work unfolds. As I mentioned, something like:

TODAYS SOMEDAY59's QUESTION OF THE DAY! or
THE CONTINUING SAGA OF THE SINGLE AXLE OVERLANDER or
OMG! OVERLANDER IN SEARCH OF ANSWERS or
SOMEDAY59 PROJECT "HIT THE HIGHWAY" PLEASE HELP or
WE HAVE SEARCHED EVERYWHERE FOR ANSWERS (kidding)

If you do not want to do it this way...great. But this way it MAY be easier to follow and get more answers. Maybe not. Others may have different opinions....for sure.
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