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jdcamb

Tool Time!
Feb 17, 2002
19,956
8,622
Nowhere Man!
Cat pretty much hates the traveling to the camper part of the camper. I left her alone for a few hours. The car ride was pretty awful. I could hear her crying as I approached. The blinds in the Bedroom and Kitchen are pretty much destroyed.
 

eric strt6

Resident Curmudgeon
Sep 8, 2001
23,750
14,185
directly above the center of the earth
well it took a few hours but I think I got 99.9% of the sludge out of the water system. little more Clorox and 3-4 flushes and I got to the point where no more visible sludge or particulate matter was coming out. Cleaned the filter screen between the fresh tank and the water pump. Ran water through the system and pulled the screen again and it was clean. What a pita.
 

Blown240

Monkey
Nov 19, 2013
443
290
We have been asked a few times by close friends if they can use our trailer. I have let them all know that only my immediate family are allowed to use the toilet or shower.
 

jdcamb

Tool Time!
Feb 17, 2002
19,956
8,622
Nowhere Man!
I almost forgot about all the pain in the ass shit you have to do when you own a portable house. All the areas where I didn't replace the floor and foam insulation cannot handle below freezing temps.
 

StiHacka

Compensating for something
Jan 4, 2013
21,560
12,507
In hell. Welcome!

gonefirefightin

free wieners
Here is the latest tour group pulling in, only got half the shit show


Same shit show heading out for functions every morning


They pay over $9k a month for someone to book their RV sites and plan the attractions and they still have to pay for their own fuel/food.
 
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eric strt6

Resident Curmudgeon
Sep 8, 2001
23,750
14,185
directly above the center of the earth
New kitchen fan is in the camper roof. the only pisser was trimming the interior roof flange to fit and getting the inside corner roof brackets at the right angle to let the flange slide in place then not fucking up the alignment as you remoced the flange to tighten shit down. Took me 2 hour for the whole project but now I have a 900cfm exhaust fan above the oven. Win
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eric strt6

Resident Curmudgeon
Sep 8, 2001
23,750
14,185
directly above the center of the earth
that dicor pic was before I tightened it down.. the bead extends from the inside roof cut to the outside of the flange It's 1 1/4 inches wide and it was a pencil thickness high. I put on over twice as much dicor as lance did
 
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6thElement

Schrodinger's Immigrant
Jul 29, 2008
16,448
13,784
New kitchen fan is in the camper roof. the only pisser was trimming the interior roof flange to fit and getting the inside corner roof brackets at the right angle to let the flange slide in place then not fucking up the alignment as you remoced the flange to tighten shit down. Took me 2 hour for the whole project but now I have a 900cfm exhaust fan above the oven. WinView attachment 182964View attachment 182965View attachment 182966View attachment 182967View attachment 182968
Why a fantastic instead of a maxxair? Given the choice, the latter being rainproof is preferable to me.
 

eric strt6

Resident Curmudgeon
Sep 8, 2001
23,750
14,185
directly above the center of the earth
Made bacon in the camper as a test of the fan. Opening the side window next to the oven is not as effective in clearing cooking smoke with the new fan as is opening the roof hatch in the cabover above the bed . That said either way the smoke clearing ability of the new fan is far superior to the old one. Win

and to answer 6th I don't understand your question. It is a Maxxair Fan that I installed.
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