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pianotuna

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Hi oldetrucker63,

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I plan on going with that Eternabond or the EPDM one of the two just dont know yet, Which one is the better one.??


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Welcome to the forum Tony. This forum has the nicest people you have ever met. The knowledge available here is second to none.
I am a retired carpenter, your project would be something that I would have done at a younger age, well I would do now if I had good sight. As we used to say around here, NO HILL FOR A CLIMBER. Go for it. Good luck. Remember, the nightmare will come to an end. Then thats when you really feel so good. I used to do remodel work. To take a wreck and make a gem. Yep, it dosen't get much better than that.
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woodworker414 wrote:

Welcome to the forum Tony. This forum has the nicest people you have ever met. The knowledge available here is second to none.
I am a retired carpenter, your project would be something that I would have done at a younger age, well I would do now if I had good sight. As we used to say around here, NO HILL FOR A CLIMBER. Go for it. Good luck. Remember, the nightmare will come to an end. Then thats when you really feel so good. I used to do remodel work. To take a wreck and make a gem. Yep, it dosen't get much better than that.
Bill

Thanks Bill My sight is starting to go too I know what you mean there, Im a retired truck driver so I have lots of time and need things to keep me busy maybe this will do the job for a bit Hu....LOL


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Anyone know how to put the pixs on here.?? Please help.

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Ok let see if this works trying the pixs.

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OK This one is just behind the driver seat where the shower was.



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Over head where the shower was. this was the worst leak due to the vent it was all plastic and the hole in the roof was cut to big from the factory.



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From the door to the rear.



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From the rear to the front I will rebuild that wall after I get the new floor done.



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It also leaked here too driver side above the window.



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