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  1. wheelerimage
    Hello Aerowood,

    I am interested in one of your dent rollers. Let me know the price when you get that figured out. Thanks! I appreciate your input on the forums!

    Scott
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    06-13-2011 06:14 AM
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    Hey Kip,
    Nice to have met you finally! Thanks for the beer!
  3. mwells4654
    I have a 1971 Overlander and I am trying to replace the broken C Channel in the rear of it. I am having trouble finding the proper metal where I live and I was told you were the guy to help me with my delima. Can I use galv. instead of the alum. It is 1 1/2 W by 1/2 t and 1/32 inch thick. I have a sheetmetal place 30 minutes from me that can build it but their metal is half as thick as needed - can they make 2 and I place one inside of the other and still have the strenght I need to the c channel. I have posted a thread with pictures of my problem. Thanks
  4. gnmostream
    Kip,

    I really appreciated all your knowledge and sheet metal tool demo at the VAC Restoration Rally in Abq. Your wealth of experience with aircraft and how it relates to our Airstreams was a fresh look at some shoddy work I have been running into as I repair and upgrade our Globetrotter. Just remember I still owe you a COLD ONE we did not have a chance to enjoy yet. We are planning to make the Salida Rally in August will you be there?

    Thanks again,

    Guiseppe & Maureen Margiotta
  5. Eschenbacher
    Hi. I'm new to this forum and have a question about patching holes in our 73 Argosy. Total novice here, used galvanized sheet metal on the outside. Do I need to redo it all? This is not a full restoration and the trailer will be used as a studio - but I don't want it to leak. Help!
  6. SilverHoot
    Kip, was wondering what size of outlet you ordered for your gray tank. Would like to go 1.5 but I remember reading somewhere to go 3"???
    Thanks, Mike
  7. safari57
    05-10-2009 08:08 PM
    safari57
    Kip, welcome back to Canada. We are heading down to Monroe, WA Saturday for a large auto swap meet but back later afternoon. If you are bored and want to get together on Sunday or Monday (it's a long weekend in Canada) let us know. Would enjoy having you over for a BBQ, or get you out to see some of the guys shops etc. There's lots of car oriented shows you can find at Lee's website www.autoeventlist.com that you might find something of interest to attend. From time to time folks show up with vintage trailers at these shows as well. Barry
  8. Aerowood
    11-27-2008 05:44 PM
    Aerowood
    My lights are quite abit different then the ones on the 65's but this is where I ordered them from. I used the 4 inch but have to modify the lights and my housing
    Super Bright LEDs - Truck Lights
  9. kennyp315
    Kip, I want to change out my '65 Globetrotter turn/brake lights with the ones that you installed on your '71 Globetrotter. What make and model are they? Thank you, Kenny

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  • About Aerowood
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    1971 21' Globetrotter
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    Aircraft Sheetmetal Mechanic /A&P/C130 flight Engineer
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    1999 Dakota 5.6 litre
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