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Old 12-09-2009, 08:53 PM   #29
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WoW!!! You have done a TON of work! Way to go, Cynthia!

So, don't worry about fixing a little bit of floor, Cynthia, you are so far in, that's only going to be one line in a great long list of fantastic things to do to your trailer.

And yes, it will be relatively easy to do as described above. As will the new PEX and bathroom layout.

I'm dying to see how you are going to do the new layout. Do you plan on using all the other existing AS furniture?

And thanks for posting your status so far. It will be a gorgeous trailer when you are done.

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Old 12-11-2009, 09:40 PM   #30
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WOW!!! you really dig into it. Question; it looks like you've repainted the inside of the bathroom walls. Did you and what did you use? I sure don't like that icky yellow of our '71 AS.
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Old 12-11-2009, 10:29 PM   #31
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Some trailer facets can be replaced with home facets. Others not so much. Some of the shower valves can't be found in regular store. Take my Caravel for example, the kitchen facet is a standard 4" center facet. A home kitchen sink would be 8" center, but a lav facet works because it's a 4" center. My shower is an unusual set up, a 4" center with a right angle hand shower thread. You can't find that. But, you could find a wall mount utilty facet and adapt the spout the fit a hand showerhead and mount it upside down. As long as the finish is bright you can rebuild a facet. New washers, seats and some plumbers grease would set a person back about $3.
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WOW!!! you really dig into it. Question; it looks like you've repainted the inside of the bathroom walls. Did you and what did you use? I sure don't like that icky yellow of our '71 AS.
ZigZ, No I have yet to paint the bathroom. Actually, its still dirty original behind the fixtures. Have a rear floor rot issue to deal with before paint.
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Have you tried Wood preservation, rot repair, and restoration using epoxy resin on boats and homes. products?
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I have not. Thanks for the link. Ill give it a read.
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