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Old 06-22-2005, 04:57 AM   #43
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Nice, can you post pics???
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Nice, can you post pics???
When I get finished I'll do that.
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Old 06-22-2005, 03:51 PM   #45
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Overlander 64 (Kevin),

Any idea why the picture you posted way up near the top of this thread is not showing up?
All I see is the little red X. And when I try to activate that little red X it just does not show up any picture?

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Old 07-05-2005, 11:28 PM   #46
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Greetings Flicka!

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Overlander 64 (Kevin),

Any idea why the picture you posted way up near the top of this thread is not showing up?
All I see is the little red X. And when I try to activate that little red X it just does not show up any picture?

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I am not sure what happened with the link in the original post, but the links below should work:

Bedroom Ceiling Comfort Pad (original):


Bedroom Comfort Pad (replacement with bedding in-place):


Bedroom Comfort Pad (replacement without bedding):


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cork floor and wall cushions

Here are photos of the completed cork floor and wall cushions.
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sorry..the pc isn't cooperating right now
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Hope this works..there's some before and after
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Old 09-27-2005, 05:31 PM   #51
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Could you see CSI taking "butt prints" off the walls?



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Boy you got that right, wakes you right up don't it! That is the insentive for getting this done in the cold weather! Thanks for the links. I have a plan now. I think luan will be sturdy enough to use, just have to pick out a fabric. Still looking for original pics, I will find them some where. It was 60º in the AM but DID it rain. Looked like a drowned rat going from the shop to the camper. I now have the (Pergo) flooring all installed!
You won't need luan - just use posterboard. To get enough length you'll probably need to join sections of posterboard together. Just overlap them about one inch and hot glue them together. After you've got the backing made, you can either install snaps through the posterboard (add a small square of duct tape, or adhere a scrap of material to the posterboard to make the snap installation more sturdy, and add polyester fiberfill and material to the front folding it over the edges of the posterboard. Glue it to the back of the posterboard with a hot glue gun.

You could also install the snaps through all layers if you want them to be visible.

They are standard "large" snaps and you can get them at any fabric store. To get them lined up correctly take an old lipstick (ask your wife which one she wants to sacrifice!) and daub each snap on the wall, then carefully align the posterboard backing and thump each snap. It will show you exactly where to install the snaps.

If you want to be fancy you could cord the edges, but that's another sewing lesson.

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PS: Oh, and with a CCD one does worry about cold aluminum, warm flesh! The salesman who took my order tried so hard to talk me into a pillow topper mattress... but I didn't want my butt to be raised so high that I could inadvertantly give the campground a "pressed ham under glass MOON".

Cold aluminum isn't the only hazard is it?
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Thank you to everyone who contributed to this post.

I am working on re-creating our wall panels for our living area and these have helped tremendously. I saved all of the old nasty ones, but since we are building a U shaped dinette, none of the original ones fit. However - the one from the bedroom fits perfectly, so at least I have a template to go by. I love the idea of using the bubble insulation versus the 1/4" foam, especially since we have some left over from the floor renovation! I was having difficulty finding something to use for the cardboard backing, so we will try the posterboard.

Keeping my fingers crossed and my sewing machine running!!
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