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Old 05-08-2011, 11:12 PM   #741
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I am one of many people looking for this door handle, and I just stumbled on this posting. My interior handle is different, and ugly. Can you send me a pic of the refurbished door handle? I need to get my mine better looking/working. Does re-chroming remove pitting?

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To cold to work outside, so I removed some of the window's, and the door, and working on them in the basement. Had a good fine on e-bay picking up
2 Bargman lever with locks in one auction, will have a local locksmith make new keys. Parts will be sent out to be chromed, and hoping to end up with one complete set. Also planning and researching for when the weather breaks here.
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Old 05-11-2011, 05:17 PM   #742
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Wow Toastie, that looks wonderful! Better than factory fit on the curves too! What will you use to seal the inside to the wall above. I'm also curious, is the shower pan in already? Does the wall fit inside the lip of the pan?
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Thanks Marc, to seal the wall above I will use silicone, I found a perfect color match both outside and inside. I canít go with a pan because the gray tank is directly below, need to be able to service. The plan today is to go with a membrane with a removable teak floor. If I would have know when setting the gray tank, I would have designed the tank with a internal trap built inside the tank, maybe on the next one.


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Old 05-11-2011, 05:49 PM   #743
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TAKING A BREAK FOR THE BOOGIE WOOGIE.....TOASTIE

Those folks are truly incredible. I suppose they should be, they've been champions at it for years!

Thanks for the link, Toastie, that's one I hadn't seen.
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Old 05-13-2011, 03:39 PM   #744
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Those folks are truly incredible. I suppose they should be, they've been champions at it for years!

Thanks for the link, Toastie, that's one I hadn't seen.
They are great, of all places Sweden, here is another great one..............toastie

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Old 05-14-2011, 08:41 AM   #745
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Installed sink and faucet today............toastie
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Old 05-14-2011, 03:25 PM   #746
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Putting the finish touches on the AC, work's great............toastie
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Old 05-14-2011, 03:48 PM   #747
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Putting the finish touches on the AC, work's great............toastie
Looks great Toastie! How is the noise level being that it is between the beds?
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Looks great Toastie! How is the noise level being that it is between the beds?
Thanks tinman54, the noise is about 50% less than the roof top in our 65 Caravel with a Dometic's Penguin AC. When at home, we sleep with a fan on 365 days anyway. It’s a Frigidaire Window-Mounted Slider / Casement Air Conditioner Model: FAK085R7V 14-3/16" W x 20-1/4" H x 24-1/2" D, 8,000 btu, Amps (Cool): 7.2., run very quite for a AC......$329.00. at Best Buy

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Old 05-15-2011, 11:27 AM   #749
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Set the primary shower wall and caulk the seam. There will be a shower curtain that will divide the opposite wall.


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Old 05-16-2011, 06:10 AM   #750
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Added Reese 26002 Dual Cam HP Sway control, the trunnion spring bars are rated at 600lbs.

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For my stereo system I will be running everything through this late 1948 to early 50ís jukebox. Changing the labels and doing a little clean up and everything seems to work, 4 plays for a quarter and 1 play for a dime. Next step is to hook it up to my IPod, hope it works.




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That is way beyond cool! Make sure it's loaded The King. UhHuh.....

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Have the KING, and 99 other great hits of the 50's.........toastie
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Another great time at "TIN CAN TOURIST" 2011........toastie
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My bargman H20-2 keyed lock set works great, however, I just donít trust it, and and decided to install a new deadbolt today.


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Toastie, would you please describe (1) the deadbolt you used and (2) any advice/techniques for others who want to install a deadbolt? Thanks, Hank
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Toastie, would you please describe (1) the deadbolt you used and (2) any advice/techniques for others who want to install a deadbolt? Thanks, Hank
Bought from RV Deadbolt (Vintage Trailer Supplies)

It fits doors 1-3/8" to 1-3/4" thick. It has a 2-3/8" backset and a 1" throw. Bolt is only 1/2" wide. However, for this to work on your door, you must be able to drill a hole 15/16" diameter in edge of door for the bolt assembly. Used a belt sander on inner door to contour around the dead bolt. Measure 3 time and cut once..............

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Determined the height of the toilet and that was done by the plumbing fittings. Once the top goes on it will compress the rubber fitting to the black tank setting the air vent allowing it not to move, allowed
about 1/4” compression, will use silicone to set air vent.

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