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Char & Steve 03-16-2017 08:59 PM

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Teaser picture:rolleyes:

Just finished the island for the FL a few weeks ago and now we will have a coffee bar to match. Have the same matching quartz top and backsplash tile. Lower area that will cover the hot water heater will now have a door with the water filter right inside. The strange square you see on the upper part will be a TV.
The LR side has the large storage you see on the top behind the TV that will also have a pull out for a desk and lots of storage.....more to come when finished.

Steve

Shane Wood 03-16-2017 09:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Char & Steve (Post 73833)
Teaser picture:rolleyes:

Just finished the island for the FL a few weeks ago and now we will have a coffee bar to match. Have the same matching quartz top and backsplash tile. Lower area that will cover the hot water heater will now have a door with the water filter right inside. The strange square you see on the upper part will be a TV.
The LR side has the large storage you see on the top behind the TV that will also have a pull out for a desk and lots of storage.....more to come when finished.

Steve

Your going to need a peterbuilt to haul that thing with all the weight your adding.
Looks good

Ford truck guy 03-16-2017 11:49 PM

That is really looking good Steve !

Char & Steve 03-17-2017 12:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Shane Wood (Post 73834)
Your going to need a peterbuilt to haul that thing with all the weight your adding.
Looks good

I've actually been keeping track of the weight. Not exact but with what I have taken out and what goes back in between the island and coffee bar I will be adding about 300 lbs. Mainly due to the stone and tile. Good thing is I don't have a generator and I don't carry hardly any water in the tank so all is still good I think.

Steve

HTX 03-17-2017 01:41 AM

I'm envious.
 
For a guy that is sitting in a lawn chair every time I check into this site you sure seem to get a lot done.

HTX

Tom's38GK 03-17-2017 02:10 PM

Air Lift 5000
 
Finish installing my new and used Air Lift 5000 (new) Air system (old off last truck) on our tow ride. She is old but still wanting to do her job just needs a little help. 1st time since I have owned her (9yrs) she actually bottomed out with the wonderful roads we have around here going 20 under the limit. Then time to install the fantastic fan for the shower, inline surge protector, Solar Panels and repair the dreaded stress crack that showed up the first trip out. Also check the frame flex to see if that might be the problem. Still can't believe what a upgrade from our 10yr old Montana she is.....:)

Also catching up on all the little twerks our rigs have. Many thanks to all of you that have taken the time to post your thoughts and discoveries on how to repair my problems and potential future ones. :socool:

atom ant 03-17-2017 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by HTX (Post 73851)
For a guy that is sitting in a lawn chair every time I check into this site you sure seem to get a lot done.

HTX

hahahaha - now that's funny!

Loving Life 03-26-2017 01:28 AM

RV-Armor--finally roof issues taken care of
 
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We have been researching armor roof companies since we started having issues with our roof over a year ago. Finally got our RV-Armor roof installed. We are so impressed with this product and the company, we are going to move forward and start installing the product for other RVers. We have heard some owners got Redwood to pay for an RV-Armor.com roof with their warranty. We were not in that group--which is another story. Either way... we are thrilled with our new roof. We were very impressed with the customer service focus and importance of great workmanship.

Finally we are not concerned about a leak or having our roof fly off (which were both very real possibilities for us). We had put a temporary fix on the roof so we protected our roof until we could get a more permanent replacement. The installer had to replace some screws and pull off the roofing material on the front 5 feet of the roof. They came ready to replace the wood roof decking, but the repair tape had prevented any wood damage.

This has been a long stressful journey for us. It is exciting to have a great end to the story.

Shane Wood 03-26-2017 01:33 AM

George
You need to take a vacation out to south CA and do mine. Have mickey Mouse as well

Loving Life 03-26-2017 01:42 AM

Shane,
Funny, the plus is... our house has wheels. :) You are in a perfect climate for this installation, we worked between rain and clouds (we are in Florida this month).

We are leisurely working our way to the RW Rally in July.

Shane Wood 03-26-2017 01:49 AM

I won't make it this year to the rally. Is there anyone in South CA that does the roof armor. I haven't checked yet

Loving Life 03-26-2017 02:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Shane Wood (Post 74039)
I won't make it this year to the rally. Is there anyone in South CA that does the roof armor. I haven't checked yet


Yes, they are all around the country. Call 855-782-7667. You will probably talk to David or Hal. Great guys, very knowledgeable. If you move forward, use the Promo Code 17060 and it will get you a $100 savings. (Every little bit helps)

Shane Wood 03-26-2017 02:07 AM

Thanks Guys

Char & Steve 03-26-2017 02:08 AM

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Looks GREAT!!! and I am sure that will be on my list soon.
This weekend I did get my stairs finished but still will be a few more weeks before I get the cabinet finished since I am waiting on the top to arrive.

Steve

Shane Wood 03-26-2017 02:10 AM

Steve
When's that bus heading west I have a big list for you

Loving Life 03-26-2017 02:18 AM

Steve,
You do great work. Is there anything still original on your RW?

Ford truck guy 03-26-2017 02:33 AM

Steve, meet us in Disney this year, I'm want to see all the upgrades...

Ford truck guy 04-02-2017 02:46 AM

Today I de winterized the Redwood in preparation for our first outing next week. While there, I took advantage of an EMPTY trailer, and some free time and took a nap in the RW.. By the way, that was unplanned ;)
I had no idea it was going to cause such a ruckus????? Evidently they worry when I don't answer their calls after 30 minutes, go figure??

Anyway, we are all washed, pink stuff out, aired out ( sort of ).. just gotta load her up and pull out in a week ! I CANT WAIT ! !

https://i.imgur.com/grbXQbgl.jpg

spindrift 04-02-2017 06:16 PM

I exercised my tires this weekend. Third time in the new year.

piper guy 04-03-2017 03:02 AM

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Added a grille hose to the right side propane tank so no more trips to Walmart for the throwaway cans.


Also finished packing the basement for our new fulltime adventure ~ 4 weeks to go !!


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