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Sandune24

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About Sandune24

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    Female
  • Interests
    Seeing the US states in the upper Northwestern portion and the Canadian provinces attached.

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1987 Toyota Escaper 22R RWD 1 ton
  • Location
    Rockaway Beach NY

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  1. I had to replace the intake hose for my fresh water tank and inside I see no place to connect?? Any help would be appreciated 🙏 it a 1987 Escaper 😊 and I have idea what the white bucket connects too.
  2. Inside photos, I glued a piece of wood across where the screws from outside wasn’t grabbing. I need to get a nut set for my drill so, I can attach and close the over cab once and for all ! Inside I can visibly see rot on the aluminum floor of over cab. Photo 2 what should I fill them with before I lay the insulation?
  3. Thank you Linda I needed confirmation. Derek butyl tape and Dicor on screws.
  4. When I cleaned up the cab over there was layers of 1/8 wood over the insulation . That must have been where the screws were grabbing. I have wood that fits under the aluminum frame , should I add that or just replace the insulation and 3/4 marine plywood and see if the screws will catch that wood? open to suggestions/experience and thank you 🙏 Hunkaman, Derek, and Odessey
  5. This is the section from front of cab. I removed this piece and bought new Stainless steel screws. Also I replaced butyl tape too. Then the issue is, that it won’t join ? The 3rd photo is from inside, showing the gap. When the screws go in all they are catching is the floor of the cab over. I don’t think that’s how it goes. Should I place wood on the inside along that seam? Thanks
  6. Hi everyone, I hope that you are staying safe and well. I am still working in the over-cab and trying to get the joint to reattach. I applied new butyl tape between joint and over cab, bought new stainless steel screws. It been impossible to join . Can someone tell me how they did this please ! Thank you
  7. Hi Grime, very nice job by the way and thank you for your response🙏 Attached photo should help with the question I’m asking about. In photo that is the front of cab over and those screws looking at the insulation are no attached to anything. How do I approach this ? I do not know how to get those screws out of the metal frame, it looks as though it was or may need attachment to a piece of wood. Thanking you in advance for your response 🙏 Then what do the screw on the outside over head cab attach to? I think I’m going to glue the wood to to the floor of over cab inside and then to the aluminum frame inside below the window wall . I bought longer stainless steel nails that should reach the wood inside. I don’t know what else they were supposed to be holding on to.
  8. Hi , I have a aluminum sheet on the bunk bottom... going to lay 1/8 ply and then glueing wood spacers and then filling with insulation ...
  9. Hi Grime, very nice job by the way and thank you for your response🙏 Attached photo should help with the question I’m asking about. In photo that is the front of cab over and those screws looking at the insulation are no attached to anything. How do I approach this ? I do not know how to get those screws out of the metal frame, it looks as though it was or may need attachment to a piece of wood. Thanking you in advance for your response 🙏
  10. Hi all, I hope that everyone is safe and healthy ♥️. So, my progress on the over head cab is going good . I have a few questions though (of course lol), there are big spacings between the floor bed of cab and the screws have nothing to screw to. What do I put in the spaces, I have new screws, I have the wood to support the frame? In the front piece there are screws in the aluminum frame, that I believe I will have to remove and re- attach to new wood. How do I get that part out ? Thanking you in advance 🙏
  11. Thank you for your responses, I went today and picked up the #2 square bit. I was able to remove 4 and still have 3 to go. I think I am going to try the Dremel as suggested. Today, I was able to remove the bottom of the bunk, getting down to the insulation. Thank you again😊
  12. There are kreg screws, and very small hex cap screws inside and outside. Has anyone figured out the best way to remove them ? Suggestions greatly appreciated. Making moves on my interior
  13. I’m not looking to take it out if it can be re- apholstered in place. And I will need to lift this higher to get to wiring under there etc.
  14. Looks nice and clean ! Does the couch still open to a fold out bed?
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