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  1. Hey all, I have a 1985 Dolphin with 60,xxx miles that I've owned for a couple years and I put half of that mileage on. This rig has been the most reliable vehicle that I've owned and have driven it coast to coast 6 times. I am an experienced tradesman and I recently endeavored on some minor repairs. Well you can guess what happens next...I have totally gutted this vehicle to find that practically every popsicle stick they put it together with is going to need to be replaced, and I was hoping to elicit some inspiration from stories of recovery from the brink of death, or when it was finally t
  2. First rain fall after getting my 1979 Sunrader and I found a nice surprise. I noticed some drips of water from the front windows, So I pulled the headliner off the over cab bed and found years of damage from leaky front windows. I'm looking for some advice on what to do with the wood that exists, and how to remove the rot, repair the wood I can salvage and reinforce it if necessary. The damage appears to only be in the middle of the bed area, and not on the side supports. I've resealed the window and caulked the rubber seals, as well ther
  3. I thought I'd start a thread on dealing with the bit of rot I discovered in the process of painting the interior of the RV. I had begun the painting process in the kitchen area and was working my way forward. I was due to head to my daughter's with the RV to stay and help her out for a few days after the birth of her 3rd and would be sleeping in the RV while parked in their yard. We have been having an extra wet winter here on Vancouver Island (and that's saying ALOT!). I had been investigating drip from the over cab vent and had been catching the drips with a basin. It was a slow drip and h
  4. So when fixing inner wall rot, would it be better to remove the cabinets and work from the inside, or would it be better to remove the skin and work from the out side? I have seen videos from both sides of this coin. What are your thoughts and do you have any links to videos showing the "proper" way to attack this? I have plans on replacing the inner walls in small sections at a time. P.S. Is this the right board for this topic?... as personally, I feel Rot should have it's own. B
  5. FIRST PART OF REPAIR TOOK ABOUT 3 HOURS GOING TO STABILIZE RV THIS WEEKEND AND TAKE DOWN WALLS(OUTSIDE SUPPORT OF CAB-OVER AND LEVEL OFF) LEAKED AT LOWER ROOF SEAM DESTROYED FRONT 2X1 SUPPORT BEAM..RIGHT SIDE WINDOW HAS SOME ROT.... SO FAR SO GOOD.. WE MADE OUR TEMPLATES OF SIDE WALLS AND FRONT CAB & MEASURED OUT EVERYTHING BROTHER IS FOREMAN AND I AM JUST TOOL-BOY (ASKED HIM TO TEACH ME HOW TO FIX HE LAUGHED SAID NOT ENOUGH TIME GET OUT OF MY WAY) SO I WILL TRY MY BEST TO TAKE PICS/VIDS OF REPAIR.... YOUTUBE VID http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVaqzEVMZ8I&feature=youtu.be PICS ht
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