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SamDuke

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1976 Toyota Chinook
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    Seattle
  1. So I'm trying to figure out how I'm going to reseal where the fiberglass meets the steel cab of the truck. It looks like it most likely used to be riveted in with the fiberglass sandwiched between the cab and a thin band of steel. There is a strip of some sort of tape in between. My best idea is to clean it up as best as possible, shoot it full of polyurethane, drill out the rivets and re-rivet it. I'm worried it's not tightly sealed to allow the camper to flex away from the cab though and if I rivet it on to tight the fiberglass might crack. Does anyone else have experience with this? http
  2. Hey everybody, I've been using this forum as a resource a lot so I figured I would start a thread on my project in the hopes that you folks have some suggestions and maybe it will help somebody else out down the road. I bought this 1976 Chinook about a month ago from the third owner. Body is straight, looks to be well taken care of and claims to have a rebuilt engine. Odometer says 880000. Trucks running great so aside from some regular maintenance I'm gonna jump right into remodeling the cab. The cabin is water tight aside from a small leak under the cabover windows and where the seal betw
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