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  1. thumbelinadj
    Hi there,
    I was immersed in your frame up restore and recall a tool that I can't find. It was a wide blade plier? Used when removing the floor, shell etc. Is this it? Amerimax 85028 Jaws Metal Bender Pliers 3.5 in. Wide Blade

    Many thanks!
    Dena
  2. kevinb
    12-15-2009 12:06 AM
    kevinb
    jp
    JP
    Wanted to end with merry christmas but the post had too many characters so....
    Merry Christmas!
    Kevin
  3. kevinb
    12-14-2009 11:59 PM
    kevinb
    Mr. jp
    Started a comment and lost it half way through so you may get 2. Anyway nice to hear from you. The best I have found was an old can of 3M adhesive remover, cant find any more but the principal chemical was xylene a friend of benzene "universal solvent" that I used in chemistry classes in college, now found to be a carcinogen, but I'm still here. They sell xylene by the gallon in home depot for about 16 bucks. Take a sponge, wet it, hold it on the silicone and sing your favorite song (it needs to soak). Now here comes the part you really wont like, you can scrape it off with a plastic putty knife but a finger nail works better, you can feel when you hit that smooth aluminum (less damage). If you invite me for another visit I'll work for free for a while. But if you insist on digitally removing silicone in the absence of my presence go for it. Also to further prove I'm crazy I've asked for a whole stocking full of crud remover of different types if any works I'll let you know.
  4. kevinb
    10-12-2009 09:42 AM
    kevinb
    jp

    Ive got about 5 kinds of silicone on mine,on some this works others not so well also the thinner the silicone the better so cut off tops of big chunks w/razor knife (you know dont touch the skin!) after all the fancy solvents Ive tried what works best...wd 40
    Hopes this helps.
    Kevin
  5. wmarsha
    10-08-2009 10:52 AM
    wmarsha
    willing to inspect the AS's at the camping world in Woodstock?
    Please see "Georgia Flooded Trailers" thread. On site contact:
    Carter Spence of Callan Salvage 901-351-3301. thanks
    bill marshall
  6. kevinb
    09-30-2009 09:12 PM
    kevinb
    JP
    can you get your hands on the part # for the casement operator for the tradewind, couldnt find it on the blaine web site. No hurry wont be pulling miss silicone anytime soon.
    thanks
    kevin
  7. danalee
    08-17-2009 03:30 PM
    danalee
    Sure that will be fine with me. I have to teach a class so we son't leave here until 12:30 Thursday which will put us there around 6-7pm. Will you be bringing your canoe? Pray for sunny skies!
  8. danalee
    08-17-2009 12:49 PM
    danalee
    We are in 23-25 as one space-pull through-our friend is in A9 so A13 would be nice (May need help backing in) If that will work for you its ok with me.
  9. camper
    08-06-2009 03:22 PM
    camper
    Hello:
    Is your Airstream for sale?

    I am looking for one so I thought I would ask.

    Thanks
  10. Tin Hut
    09-08-2008 12:35 PM
    Tin Hut
    Merry Can, liked the boat pic. was looking at a Feather Craft Car Topper. Do they have the same stern styling as the Vagabond. I need something small to go on top of the burb and like the style of the Vagabond. Thanks much. Tin Hut

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  • About A-Merry-Can
    City
    Woodstock
    State/Province
    Georgia
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    UNITED STATES
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    Trailer #1
    1959 18' "Footer"
    Trailer #2
    1964 24' Tradewind
    Trailer #3
    1954 29' Liner
    Occupation
    Marketing Communications
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    2005 Yukon
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