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Posted: 06/17/17 11:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Started to look into some water damage in the kitchen of our 83 Pace Arrow. The more I looked, the more I found. I have some pics of the damage so far. Anyone interested in following a rebuild thread?


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I will keep track


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Almost everything that you would be doing would also be applicable to most other coaches. It would be a good educational series.

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Kicking back on the sofa, watching other people work, is one of my favorite pastimes. Sooo,, I'm in!

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Yep and post a bunch of pics


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TNGW1500SE wrote:

Kicking back on the sofa, watching other people work, is one of my favorite pastimes. Sooo,, I'm in!


I like it.. LOL

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fulltimin wrote:

TNGW1500SE wrote:

Kicking back on the sofa, watching other people work, is one of my favorite pastimes. Sooo,, I'm in!


I like it.. LOL


Yup, I'm in!


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As in ceiling, or?
I have a friend with an 85' 27Y that's leaking so,I'll be watching here too


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Well, it started out as a small leak on the ceiling/roof area behind the driver's seat, which then followed its way along a cupboard and down the side wall next to the kitchen base cabinet.
I knew there was some damage in the kitchen at the corner of the window. I had pulled the kitchen window and resealed that, but it didn't help.
That eventually led to pulling the wall apart beneath the kitchen window, and then the excrement hit the fan as I went along.
Pics to follow.

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I am in too. As I do my best work watching someone else work. As stated earlier it may be of some benefit to others or all of us.


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