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Bill.Satellite wrote:

Oh God! Quartzsite! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!




Don't hold back, tell us what you really think! Lol.....

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Hey everyone! I'm back. For all of you who are suffering from withdrawal symptoms, due to no updates.... well, here ya go... Lol.

I did some more work on the rear window cover. I needed to add a little extra space between the 2 x 3 and the sliding cover. I think I may add a mirror to the sliding plywood, and wanted a little extra space available. Should be a useful item.

I don't plan on driving with the cover closed. That is primarily for use when we are stationary.



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After adding a few screws to secure the sliding tracks into position, it looks like this.

There is a small gap on the right side, which will be covered by the time this installation is finished.

After closing this, I went outside in the dark, and there was no light coming through to the outside. That's exactly what I wanted. Yeehaw!

The slider is a nice fit, and doesn't take much pressure to move it back and forth. I do plan on being able to remove the slider when it's in the bathroom side, just in case I need to remove it.



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Posted: 01/16/21 08:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Another thing I needed to correct was the space between the rear escape window latches and the slider.

I thought I had enough room in there by using 3/4" plywood for the rails, and 1/4 in for the slider, with the groove offset.

Alas, the best laid plans..... As a result, I got tired of messing with this, and just cut a small groove in the slider to get enough room for clearance.

Yup... I finally hit the point with this particular area --- That's close enough! Lol.



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I also have a setup that looks like a nice shelf, all the way at the back on the passenger side, but it's not...

This area is 19" wide and 26" deep.

I don't like those dimensions as the stuff at the back tends to get lost. As a result, after a discussion with the other half, we are going to use a basket in this area that can be pulled out completely with access to everything inside.

Since this is on the high side, we will use this for toilet paper, and paper towels, and a few boxes of tissues. That won't weigh much, so it should be just fine.



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Glad you are still rocking!

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Shadyladywinnie wrote:

Glad you are still rocking!




Yup, haven't quit yet! Looking forward to being able to work and post every day again. Hopefully, that will be starting tomorrow! Wahoo....

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Posted: 01/18/21 10:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I did get some work done today getting ready for drawers in the passenger side rear of the coach.

I even took pictures, but, alas, did not have enough time to process and post them, so I'll have them up tomorrow.

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