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RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Can we look forward to a PT Cruiser tear down and rebuild? (Sorry, I couldn't resist)
2bzy2c 07/19/19 11:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Sorry to hear about the accident. Glad you walked away from it. I'll bet you are sore today.
2bzy2c 07/19/19 07:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I would be curious to see a few photos of the exterior of your coach. I cant remember if you removed all the exterior siding as well.
2bzy2c 07/17/19 12:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor homes and earth quakes.

An earthquake can break and/or bend your jacks up. If you don't have them down the only think you have to fear is the ground opening up and swallowing you, or something like a tree or building falling on you. Not sure about the above statement. Seems a bit "out there".
2bzy2c 07/09/19 03:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor homes and earth quakes.

I am in Southern California and for a few days, it was really rocking and rolling. (I am on the coast). The main area is inland from Bakersfield. Yes the strong aftershocks might be felt, but I would not be overly concerned. You are in an RV and it rocks more that an earthquake just driving on the freeway. The people in the desert nerves are worn, no doubt. But away from the epicenter, it is business as usual.
2bzy2c 07/07/19 08:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Advice for a trip up the west coast

You should start a new thread rather than hijacking this one. You will get a better response.
2bzy2c 07/06/19 12:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Your patience is simply astounding. Five pictures describing a screw breakthrough. Amazing.
2bzy2c 07/01/19 02:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blade Seal

Futzing has proven more than once to solve problems. I highly recommend it.
2bzy2c 06/30/19 01:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Nice work so far. Future spreadsheet update, 6/1/2023 - $276,872.09:)
2bzy2c 06/29/19 07:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Starter solonoid

Yes. On my F-53. I had a heck of a time diagnosing it.
2bzy2c 06/19/19 03:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: frustrated 02 Monaco owner

Go Here for details on how to check fluid levels Here is a Video Another video Here
2bzy2c 06/18/19 03:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HELP!!!!

Agreed ^^
2bzy2c 06/18/19 01:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Storage Condos - 7 Years later

Thank you . It was a struggle in the very beginning, but we made it through it. The other one is just about completed, nearly sold out, with Las Vegas next. It's going to be a busy time. Hope to see you soon.
2bzy2c 06/09/19 10:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

SURCOSTALOT
2bzy2c 06/09/19 07:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Storage Condos - 7 Years later

https://www.michiganstoragecondos.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Michigan_Storage_Condos_Car.jpg height=450 width=450 http://www.zooparkstoragecondos.com/gallery/images/zpsc_porscheclubhouse1.jpg height=450 width=600 https://www.garagecondos.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/banner02.png height=450 width=600
2bzy2c 06/08/19 07:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Storage Condos - 7 Years later

Groover said: "Congratulations on your success! I don't get a complete picture in my mind of what a storage condo is. Is it just a storage yard for RV's or is there more to it? Could you post some pictures? " I'd like to see a picture too. Always thought an RV storage area would be a good investment. Link to Pictures Construction video - Palm Springs
2bzy2c 06/08/19 06:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Storage Condos - 7 Years later

As many of you may know, I built one of the first RV storage condominium projects in California. I started the project in 2009 and built 107 garage condos. I mentioned my project in here a few times, and some of you were really excited about this fairly new concept, while some of you were downright rude, saying it was a ridiculous idea. But that is the nature of forums, you get both sides, no holds barred. Here we are 7+ years later, and I wanted to post an update on what happened. First off, we completed the project the weekend the Dow hit 6500. The very bottom of the now famous "recession". For a while, I could have plated these things in gold, and not been able to give them away. Everyone, I mean everyone was headed for the hills. Real Estate, no matter what type, was a dirty word at that time. Given a few months, the clients started to come back, and sales started off slowly. Then after about a year, sales really ramped up. Fast forward to today, the project has been sold out for a long time now. The best part, in this robust economy, these units have just about doubled in value. Not just in my project, but it seems to be across the board in all areas of the US. It seems Storage Condominiums have found their place, even with the rocky start for many. We are maintaining a waiting list for certain size units to become available via the resale market. That list is over 100 people long. When resales do come up, they are selling within days, with the only exception being odd sized, smaller units. Those that did buy, are glad they did. Today, storage condos are popping up everywhere. Seems like every week someone is breaking ground on a new project. The prices for these run from $100 a sq ft to well over $350 per sq ft, depending on the region. Areas with lots of open land don't really need these, but areas close to cities, where open land is scarce and expensive, storage condos seem to do really well. I am proud to have been one of the early developer of this concept. I hope it continues to flourish. Congratulations on your success! I don't get a complete picture in my mind of what a storage condo is. Is it just a storage yard for RV's or is there more to it? Could you post some pictures? Beaumont CA Palm Springs
2bzy2c 06/08/19 12:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Wanted to give an little update on last night's post. Why, after all the fuss about not wanting to put holes in the rv, would I add a bunch of screws to hold in the back window? Well, let's look at the bigger picture. http://paddleupstream.com/mohorebuild/rearwallscrews.jpg Let's look at all the other screws in the back wall. The red arrows show many screws that are holding the back wall on. All of those will be covered up, maybe by fiberglass. As such, what's a few more screws around the window. The window area will be probably fiberglassed in as well, including the frame, so that will close up those holes. What happens if you have a problem with the window frame? Same as buying a Corvette, I guess. Fix it. Once that is sealed in, there should be no need to reseal the window with caulk like the rest of the industry, because there won't be any "caulk" exposed. Okay, so now I have to jump in here. You are going to fiberglass the entire exterior of the RV? Like a Corvette? Good luck with that one. I have done lots of fiberglass work in the past, and I am here to tell you there is no way you are not going to have even close to a decent looking product at the end. To do it correctly, you have to create the walls in a mold. Like boat manufacturers do. Even RV 's like Bigfoot, the shells are made from a mold. There is no way you can lay that up by hand. You really need to rethink that idea. Correction, don't rethink it, just don't do it.
2bzy2c 06/07/19 03:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Nothing to see here.....Move along, move along...
2bzy2c 06/03/19 07:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RV Storage Condos - 7 Years later

As many of you may know, I built one of the first RV storage condominium projects in California. I started the project in 2009 and built 107 garage condos. I mentioned my project in here a few times, and some of you were really excited about this fairly new concept, while some of you were downright rude, saying it was a ridiculous idea. But that is the nature of forums, you get both sides, no holds barred. Here we are 7+ years later, and I wanted to post an update on what happened. First off, we completed the project the weekend the Dow hit 6500. The very bottom of the now famous "recession". For a while, I could have plated these things in gold, and not been able to give them away. Everyone, I mean everyone was headed for the hills. Real Estate, no matter what type, was a dirty word at that time. Given a few months, the clients started to come back, and sales started off slowly. Then after about a year, sales really ramped up. Fast forward to today, the project has been sold out for a long time now. The best part, in this robust economy, these units have just about doubled in value. Not just in my project, but it seems to be across the board in all areas of the US. It seems Storage Condominiums have found their place, even with the rocky start for many. We are maintaining a waiting list for certain size units to become available via the resale market. That list is over 100 people long. When resales do come up, they are selling within days, with the only exception being odd sized, smaller units. Those that did buy, are glad they did. Today, storage condos are popping up everywhere. Seems like every week someone is breaking ground on a new project. The prices for these run from $100 a sq ft to well over $350 per sq ft, depending on the region. Areas with lots of open land don't really need these, but areas close to cities, where open land is scarce and expensive, storage condos seem to do really well. I am proud to have been one of the early developer of this concept. I hope it continues to flourish.
2bzy2c 06/03/19 11:58am Class A Motorhomes
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