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RE: Would You Caulk This Shower Tub?

I would not - and here's the reason. The lip at the bottom of the shower surround indicates that it overlaps an outer lip on the bottom portion. This allows any condensation between the liner and whatever surface it's mounted on to drain out. Sealing it would seal in any moisture that's there. If it had been sealed when constructed and perfectly dry, that would be another thing - but not now after use. Other's may have differing opinions. Robprobably a leak on you drain or shower hose in the wall
poppa 05/25/23 08:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rooftop AC Unit Not Cooling Well

my less than three year old rooftop slowly quit cooling new aint always better. put a tap on the suction line and put some snake oil leak stop in it with refrigerant and still cooling. cant, couldnt find leak but so far so good. was able to do it my self though.
poppa 05/15/23 08:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Covered Storage of RV In Driveway

good job but looks like an arse whoopin to me!
poppa 11/13/22 06:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: 22' travel trailer rebuild from the frame up - NEED HELP!

The repairs and workmanship looks great, however, I can't help to think about all of the time, energy and money you will have wasted when down the road you decide to rip it down to frame and start from scratch again?? I have done one partial gut/rebuild and one total gut and rebuild inside and out just reusing floor and walls and new roof structure.. The second one cost me 10yrs ago $3,500 in materials and took me 9 months to complete.. No way would I consider blowing down to frame and building new from scratch now days at the current cost of materials. What I did was I kept the smaller one that I bought first and used it until the newer larger one was finished.. Then sold off the smaller one.. time, energy and money? this troll dont care. he is still posting pics of "how its gonna be" 7 years after first post. it has been entertaining and a learning experience though. lol If you were planning to start from frame up, it would have been better to have done that before you spent time and energy rebuilding it.. I would have bought another old cheap one to temporarily use instead of doing it the way you did as now you will end up scrapping a lot of materials and all of your labor.. Shame too, it looks great.
poppa 09/03/22 11:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: The Sewer Valve

good luck!
poppa 07/17/22 06:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: The Sewer Valve

are ya sure ya didnt just un screw the stem out of the valve gate?
poppa 07/17/22 05:30pm Travel Trailers
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