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Old 02-27-2018
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Removed the RV fridge was still operating just didn't get the beer cold enough , tough removal good thing interior is stripped to bare floor.
Also had to remove the booth seat. That made removal of safe easier.
Seats , sofa , and booth seating out for recover.
New carpet ordered front area and bedroom.
I tried rotating prior to upload but it still lays sideways , sorry.
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Installed Reflexit with fabric skin. This is the sunroof panel to be in place until I get a ribbed panel from Ed.

The best bang for the buck yet.....
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Stopped at Babe and Sal's Polishing in Eloy, AZ. They are still polishing wheels for $5 per wheel. They did a good job, so paid them $60. Still a bargain.
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Old 02-28-2018
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Removed safe from under booth seat. PO drilled multiple holes in attempt to remove the gold and diamond collection contained within
I was VERY surprised to find that entire safe was only being held down with 2 wood screws into floor. Go figure that one.
I can almost hear the gold bars rattling around inside, but the problem is they must be crushing the diamonds into dust , that's all I get out the inspection holes when I turn the safe over.
Put in ROCK TUMBLER

REMOVE

DRILL HOLE

FILL WITH WATER

DRAIN OVER FINE PAINT FILTER

COLLECT GOLD

DRINK A RED STRIP!!!!!!!
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My safe under the bed was held in (or lack thereof) with only a couple short wood screws as well. Very secure (I think not).
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Old 03-02-2018
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I finished moving my switch panel from the corner of the bedroom to the entrance area. Also added a 4 gang box behind it with an LED strip in it as a backlight. There was a blank labeled "Panel Light" so I just popped a switch in there and it was good to go. Its so much easier to turn on the lights as you enter the room instead of stumbling into the corner and fumbling around with switches until you find the right one.
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I finished moving my switch panel from the corner of the bedroom to the entrance area. Also added a 4 gang box behind it with an LED strip in it as a backlight. There was a blank labeled "Panel Light" so I just popped a switch in there and it was good to go.
Nice,i have had that in mind for months!
Thanks for the pics.
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Nice,i have had that in mind for months!
Thanks for the pics.
The WOGgers have taught me well: " Pics or it didn't happen "
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The WOGgers have taught me well: " Pics or it didn't happen "
Thanks for the pics!
The pocket door clears the panel,right?
It would be embarrassing if it didnt!
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Thanks for the pics!
The pocket door clears the panel,right?
It would be embarrassing if it didnt!
Haha!! I did check that first. I left about 1/2" clearance from the edge of the panel.
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