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4 hours ago, neubie said:
By the way, did you get any original manuals with yours? Conquest paperwork isnt yet discoverable in the wild.
No, I wish!
so youre telling me the roof has overhead aluminum tube framing and also the rear wall has some aluminum tube framing?
this sounds like great news.
Hi all, I have been away chasing other interests & not checking in like I should.. Haven't been using my Chinook as much as I did... Our band broke up this past summer & only used it a few times..
I have been thinking about selling it if the Bus I am looking at comes down a few bux. I really miss the space that my old 4104 offered, I have my eye on a REALLY NICE one that is not being used much..
They take it to Fla. in the winter & seldom use it in the summer..Maybe to a couple races... I will post info in the classifieds if & when I make a decision....Saying HI to all my old friends.......................donnie
Thank you! Though I was primarily wondering of based on what is seen in the photos, this is something that can be done one problem at a time rather than literally stripping the whole thing down to nothing. For example the crack above the side door (wouldnt let me upload but the right side panel is cracked from the top right of the door to the top) Would it be a viable plan to work on let's say just a panel at a time, and the problems beneath it (like reinforcing certain areas) rather than stripping everything apart and re-doing the entire exterior.
Interior work will come after I am sure the body is structurally sound. Want to make sure it is solid, water-proof, and strong enough for many many trips. Then I will be gutting the inside and fully customizing it. At that point I will be geared towards learning about the electrical system and piping systems as I put it all together.
Oh also there is a small hole in the floor above the back left wheel from a presumed blowout. All things that seem like they could be done one at a time, but the last owner insisted it had to be totally taken apart and re-done (which is not doable for me)Edited by JStro23