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  1. peapod76
    02-16-2010 09:38 AM
    peapod76
    the rot under the bathroom was so bad it went through the support beams, and the leak wasn't necessarily coming from the outside, it was from the shower and the split down the side of the tub. The tub wasn't salvagable so we cut it out. unfortunately, none of the fixtures were salvagable. oh well, more opportunity for creativity
  2. imeynstein
    Hi! I, too, have been busy....I am currently renovating a 1962 kencraft travel trailer. I am assuming that I can learn a few things before gutting my AS from lessons I am learning with this little vintage trailer...
    Yes, that is a pic of me...I have recently cut my hair short....You know a gal has to change her hair from time to time!!!!
  3. Anton66
    07-22-2009 06:26 AM
    Anton66
    imeynstein, sorry for my late reply but I haven't logged on in quite a while. I was able to remove one of the larger dents by first removing the interior skins and then pushing the dent out from the inside. This is the hard way to do it. Many people have used the suction cup method you have mentioned and had success, I would not be afraid to try. By the way, is that you in your profile pic?
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    Andy

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  • About imeynstein
    City
    Texarkana
    State/Province
    Arkansas
    Country
    UNITED STATES
    Gender
    female
    Trailer #1
    1974 31' Sovereign
    Other Interests
    traveling!
    Occupation
    R.N.
    How far are you willing to drive to inspect?
    100 miles
    About My Tow Vehicle
    2007 GMC
    Courtesy Parking
    No
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Posted 12-15-2008 at 02:43 AM by imeynstein Comments 8
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I have a 1974 sovereign 31'...I just now got her across the street at my mother in laws after being 'stored' at my mother's home for five years!!

I have noticed that my front outside lights---over the door, outside light and front end gaucho area does not light.

The fuses are all changed and new...I am going to attempt to remove my antenna tomorrow as I had noticed it was leaking everywhere!!! ( My assumption is that this leak is trailing on the front end lights as every...

Posted 12-02-2008 at 11:39 PM by imeynstein Comments 2
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I am interested in replacing my 1974 Sovereign interior lights on the ceiling as well as the kitchen and bathroom lights with LED's...Has anyone else done this, and if so, please send me step by step photos with instructions.

Posted 12-02-2008 at 10:40 PM by imeynstein Comments 4
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Hey, I have a 1974 Sovereign that has an old antennae. Problem is, I have a leak from the 'crank' on the interior, and since the antennae is somewhat 'outdated' due to the high definition crap, I would like to remove it. Has anyone else done this, and if so, could you please tell me step by step how to remove it and to patch the area of the 'crank'. I have Vulkem and an aluminum patch as well as a rivet gun, however I have not used it ! Please help!!!
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