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LOL...... know what you mean...... my dad was a PT..... he at times hated that I was tearing my body up as a male gymnast... he held it in though .. untill I finally ask for help. his eyes told the story when he felt I was doing damage though.What makes it worse is, my wife is a Physical Therapist. So I can’t get away with anything! Ice it every few hours kind of stuff. But thats why I’m doing so much better than most.
I was down at titles today and meant to ask about this. I have to go back with a cat scale reading for my other truck tomorrow and I will ask the fella about it then. I found a manager who was quite knowledgeable (rare here) and he even commented on what a PITA dealing with GP is (they try to pawn themselves off as car dealers who can do title reassignments....but they aren't and can't legally in Texas). I know there is a clause for school bus-to-RV conversions but nothing mentioned about FMVs. The first guy I asked about it five years ago had NO clue. LOLA momentous moment in history today! LOL!!!
I converted my title for the truck to an RV!
It’s officially titled as an RV!
While it’s getting powder coated I worked on the Tambour doors for our cloths lockers at the front of the habitat. You can see them from the outside as well. It’s what the original heater and ventilation fan was in. Earlier I removed all the original louvered panels and installed 1/8” aluminum sheets sealed it all up and opened the interior side to make it more accessible. View attachment 851788
first I needed to insulate the interior of the clothes lockers to prevent condensation. Some 1” foam board and then 1/4” PVC board. View attachment 851789
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those doors are a pain in the but to fabricate and install!!!View attachment 851794View attachment 851795
The last to pictures are the finished doors.
see text in this post for your answersDid you rebuild/insulate the forward upper boxes that you set up for storage?
My OEM heater up there has never functioned properly (goes to "fault" constantly). And LOL at the massive cavern on the left that holds the tiny 110v fan.
I'm torn between using the space for internal (like you did) or external access stowage. Either way, I have to come up with some solution too insulate the boxes.
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