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Old 08-25-2010, 03:13 PM   #1
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Puttin a skirt on her...

Despite the controversy re: puttin a skirt on in the winter, I have decided to pull out all of the stops. Any easy, somewhat astheticly pleasing skirtin options? Prefab stuff for AS? I would rather not have to drill holes in the perimeter of the tin can. Adhesive velcro? Pictures? Thank you all so much.
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didn't u ask this question last week?

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f462...can-68360.html

not a LOT new to add but searching the S word will find other threads besides those linked a few days ago...

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I used 1 inch rigid styrofoam (pink) comes in sheet 2 ft wide by 8 ft long. I covered in foil bubble wrap like the wrap for water heaters in your house. The foil matched the aluminum of the trailer. I just made a box around it and for the front and back I made horizontal lid for the box that were cut to match the curve of the trailer. I used aluminum foil tape to secure it to the sides of the trailer. I put two halogen 150 watt work lights under the trailer and left them on all winter. One was under the floor in the living room and the other was under the bedroom. My floor was toasty warm all winter. The water and sewer line were wrapped with pipe insulation and had electric line heat under the pipe insulation. My water and sewer never froze. I had to cut a little access door in order to reach my dump valves so I could empty the holding tanks when needed. Sorry I do not have any pictures as this was several years ago I did that. I hope this helps you.
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