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klutchdust

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Posted: 05/02/22 10:13am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Photos. we want photos.
Having installed 12 ft. of living quarters in a blank 32ft. gooseneck van, I appreciate your enthusiasm. What i found out is that is a learning process and one that benefits from a bit of planning. The tech section of this forum is great for electrical. plumbing etc advise.
Get the drive train in shape first so you can determine if you should move forward. Interiors can be tricky. Save as much as you can.
Look around your area for a rv wrecking yard too. treasures await you.
Ask for help, ignore the naysayers and photos, we want photos.

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go look at you tube videos on rv refurbishment. I have watched some and they are pretty entertaining while showing what has been happening and expected future results. I did a partial rebuild on a TT I got for the kids when they went to softball tournements and it wasnt hard BUT I did not tear it all apart. The framing on front was pretty well trashed due to leaking clearance lights so ended up replacing a lot of the forward framing using cripples and stuff to support the existing framing. Never did get around to working in rear bedroom as I sold the things since the kids never did use. It can be fun AND frustrating, so go review the youtube stuff and enjoy.

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