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Old 03-12-2013, 02:31 PM   #111
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I like the color match detail,nice touch! Youroo!!
I wish it were actually true! lol The post covers are white and the doors are brushed aluminum. The way the light is reflecting off the lower skirt makes them look the same.
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:05 PM   #112
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Did you build those sewer boxes? What part of Ohio are you in? You could probably sell them if you wanted I plan on doing something similar with a set of conduit boxes.
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Old 03-12-2013, 05:40 PM   #113
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Did you build those sewer boxes? What part of Ohio are you in? You could probably sell them if you wanted I plan on doing something similar with a set of conduit boxes.
I did. They are 5" vinyl posts that I pop riveted a hinge and aluminum door to. The other side just has the panel riveted to some internal angles. There are several people on here that have done them. I'm just north of Dayton, in Tipp City.
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Old 03-21-2013, 07:52 PM   #114
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Finally got the bike rack, pin box mount, and grill swing arm done. Ready to roll in the morning.
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Old 03-21-2013, 08:12 PM   #115
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Finally got the bike rack, pin box mount, and grill swing arm done. Ready to roll in the morning.
Very good job Timmy !

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Old 03-21-2013, 08:37 PM   #116
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Finally got the bike rack, pin box mount, and grill swing arm done. Ready to roll in the morning.
Very nice job! I love the rack. Cool way to carry them! When you get a minute, can you show us how you did the rack. A pic without the bikes maybe? Nice!
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Installed a fireplace. Had to run wiring and install a plug for dedicated electric circuit.
It was quite a task to remove the under panels to run the wiring from the breaker box to the rear of the camper.
The fireplace was simple, removed the two doors on the center cabinet, removed center shelf, place some support blocks on the backside of the framework for securing the fireplace and nailing the trim and bam!, you have a fireplace. I drilled 4 each 3" round vents into the two cubby holes on either side of the radio for ventilation. I did not want to take a chance on the heater overheating due to lack of airflow.
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:14 PM   #118
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Very nice job! I love the rack. Cool way to carry them! When you get a minute, can you show us how you did the rack. A pic without the bikes maybe? Nice!
Will do. The next stop without bikes will be FL. I took parts from existing rack that I had and built the stand around them I have 4 bikes in less than 18" of forward space.
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Installed a fireplace. Had to run wiring and install a plug for dedicated electric circuit.
It was quite a task to remove the under panels to run the wiring from the breaker box to the rear of the camper.
The fireplace was simple, removed the two doors on the center cabinet, removed center shelf, place some support blocks on the backside of the framework for securing the fireplace and nailing the trim and bam!, you have a fireplace. I drilled 4 each 3" round vents into the two cubby holes on either side of the radio for ventilation. I did not want to take a chance on the heater overheating due to lack of airflow.
Great job...looks as if it came from the factory
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Will do. The next stop without bikes will be FL. I took parts from existing rack that I had and built the stand around them I have 4 bikes in less than 18" of forward space.
Good luck on your trip! Have a great time!
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