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RE: Rubber roof. Interior.

Thank you all for taking time to reply. I do have a group of great skilled workers, carpenters, electricians, roofers, etc. who did renos and repairs on my home. I guess I thought we needed some special RV people. And, no, I would not sell it in its current condition without complete disclosure and having it repaired correctly. I could never do that to someone. Thanks again, Iris
StanleyandIris 09/05/15 01:54pm Class A Motorhomes
Rubber roof. Interior.

Hi Everyone! I haven't been here in a few years so I am a bit lost all over again. But, I need a little help, well, a lot of help. We have a 42' diesel motorhome which we have not used since DH's open heart surgery 3 years ago. Frankly, it is sitting and looking sadder by the day, in a storage lot near home. I think we need to sell it and get something much smaller and easier to handle. BUT, we need a new roof, we have leaks and we have TERMITES! I do not know here to begin. We have nothing here as far as repair people. The RV dealerships here are horrid. We have dealt with them before and the experiences were so unpleasant, I would rather not even try. As it is I am scared to even start fixing things because we do not know what we are doing. I am afraid to see what might be under the roof and am convinced that no one will ever be able to put it back together again. Where do I go? Thanks, Iris
StanleyandIris 09/05/15 12:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Drinking glass holders?

I just use the cardboard ones that they give you in the drive thru' at fast food spots, like McD's. They work great.
StanleyandIris 09/05/15 12:19am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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