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Old 11-12-2005, 09:38 PM   #21
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Bill -
Thanks for all the positive compliments...it's been a long road, but man, has it been a lot of fun!! We spent a good three or four months planning everything out and doing as much research as we could for parts sources, getting parts/appliances/fixture dimaneions, and planning out exactly what the wall thicknesses would be, etc. when we got done. This is the first conversion we have done, so we wanted to be right!
We will be painting the cab to match the box soon. We got through taking the biggest part of all the trim, stacks, and such off the cab this evening. Probably won't have a trick paint job, just fridge white with stainless at the bottom.
I'll have more pix to post soon.
By the way, Bill....thanks for such a great website; I know that it must be a pain to keep up at times, but trust me, I would not have had such an easy time of it without the knowledge base and input that I found here. I look forward to doing another one, maybe after a year or two's break!!

Travis
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Old 04-14-2008, 06:02 PM   #22
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Man i love this thing. Any new pics of this truck completed? I am currently reading the post on this site over and over to get things planned out for a truck like this. New pics would be awesome!
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Old 04-16-2008, 11:52 PM   #23
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.....the only thing I want to add is waterproofing the shower-that is so important.....the new trailer will have a shower room made of laminate and sealed with something better than silicone....which will shrink over time and needs to be replaced before it leaks.....learned that the hard way as I had a rotten spot and only found it while spraying the underside of the trailer with rustproofing sealer.....chitty job but I had to do it.....took out the whole shower and replaced the wood with Aner-i-tech wood and then coated the whole area with a knockoff of Line-x which will make a perminate vapor and water barrier.....geofkaye
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