GlobeTrottin reveres aluminum

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  1. Swimhard4
    We just got the axel,brakes,shocks and tires! We are going to pick it up the first week of Aug! We are trying to find out the size of tail lights and running lights so we can order new replacements! Would you know what size they are? Since it is not here we are trying to get everything we might need to safely tow it home! Would love to hear any suggestions and see pictures of yours! Thanks So much! Lorrie
  2. Swimhard4
    Hi, I am redoing a 1965 globetrotter 20'. I would realy like to see photos of yours and any Ideas that you have! It will be a Total redo! Thankd So Much!!
  3. AirsDream
    I forgot to mention to you: it works best if you use number drills (for example, a #30 is 0.1285" so gives 3 1/2 thousandths clearance for a 1/8" rivet) (I know you can buy these at ALRO on Industrial Hwy. in AA for example) and an air drill, which spins real fast so as to leave a more or less burr-free hole on thin aluminum. I've also got both of these to lend if you need. Good luck!

    Ryanh

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  • About GlobeTrottin
    City
    Chelsea
    State/Province
    Michigan
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    male
    Trailer #1
    1964 19' Globetrotter
    About My Tow Vehicle
    2009 Chevrolet Traverse

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  • Join Date: 08-05-2007
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