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About Sandune24

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

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  1. Hi If you still have the rear LEDs Iโ€™m interested. I have an 1987 Escaper. Thanking you in advance ๐Ÿ™
  2. You guys are the best !! I looked at read your step by step support in rebuild. Iโ€™m next on rebuilding my 87 Escaper. Thank you all ๐Ÿ™
  3. Hi WME, Thank you for the link . All I know is that it goes best by the circuit board . I was going to mount it by the house battery....
  4. Situation that I have right now is trying to open the latch on my spare tire? Also watching the feed on the mount situation too. How do I open latch to remove cover ? Thanks
  5. Hi Linda , Hope you are well ๐Ÿ˜Š. So, in regard to your comment stating there is the possibility of adding cross beams and going behind the cabinets to add lateral support would do the trick? As I know I will be replacing the a/c gasket too.
  6. Love your mind ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‘ฃ๐Ÿ’ช
  7. Ports I am still looking at this eyesore from inside my cab!! I decided to go with stainless steel deck screws. I let you know how that works out.
  8. Hi all, Hope everyone is healthy and staying safe during this pandemic. I am, thank God. I have a rear kitchen Escaper and I want to install the progressive dynamic in a proper location. Also I would be grateful for Information regarding changing old fuse panels and breakers during upgrade.
  9. Hi WME, just saw your cargo strap solution...I have delamination around the top sides and rear. What size cargo straps did you use, I have proflex to seal with . Iโ€™ve been grappling with sealing exterior via vises, not to many options. I would prefer tackling wood rot from the interior. The cargo straps sound doable with a little more of your insight. Thanking you in advance.
  10. Maineah I see that you have a โ€˜87 Toyota and Iโ€™m aware they are not all the same . I am trying to figure out how my fresh water tank gets filled. I found the hose attached inside was broken and attached to nothing . Below are the photos of what I found under the split couch. There is no opening to attached the city water hose. Iโ€™ve looked and tried to lift it , the only spot I see is the manufacturers sealed opening. All the connections are correct , going to the Shurflo water pump but the rest is not connected to fill fresh water tank ....any suggestions?
  11. 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 ๐Ÿ™ it a 1987 Escaper ๐Ÿ˜Š and I have idea what the white bucket connects too.
  12. Inside photos, I glued a piece of wood across where the screws from outside wasnโ€™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?
  13. Thank you Linda I needed confirmation. Derek butyl tape and Dicor on screws.
  14. 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 ๐Ÿ™ Hunkaman, Derek, and Odessey
  15. 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 wonโ€™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 donโ€™t think thatโ€™s how it goes. Should I place wood on the inside along that seam? Thanks
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