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after we got her home

Posted 11-23-2008 at 08:05 AM by dreadydreame
Updated 11-25-2008 at 01:54 PM by azflycaster

Now that we have the overlander(Harmony is her name) home we did some looking and realized the bathroom floor needed to be replaced. We gutted out the toilet that was there. We took the banana wrap off the back section and removed the black water tank. The tank is very cracked around the drain and we will need a new one. Today we are removing the shower, a cabinet and hopefully the rear 2 ft or so of floor. We really know nothing about all this, only that we should do it carefully and keep reading as we go. Right now my husband thinks we should use pex to replace the plumbing we will probably have to remove in the back. and we know the water damage was caused by the little door in the back, so we have to make that stop leaking
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    You have a interesting set of pictures..if you plan to remove the interior, you'll find it easiest to do.. in reverse of the original install. In other words, the kitchen will have to come out first then, going backward into the bathroom. It's alittle more work but worth it. You will find lots of help on the forum. Good LUCK~
    Posted 11-29-2008 at 07:54 PM by 53flyingcloud 53flyingcloud is offline
 
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