My wife and I bought a 1985 24ft Pace Arrow In June. What we thought would be a quick fix has turned into a money marathon. Immediately we replaced the batteries and all 6 tires that were 17 years old. After 1 month the transmission went. The grandsons attempted to repair it, it’s still broken. I had to replace the grommets on the sway bar. We have done some interior work. The walls had imperfections - holes, cuts, mismatched seams. I first painted the walls with Kils paint which gave them a base for more repairs. Then we bought textured wallpaper from Home Depot and papered the walls which made them seem smooth. I painted the wallpaper and now it looks smooth. Wanda took the 4 seat cushions, glued them together, sewed covers, and put them back on the seats. Next up is redoing the table. Last on the cosmetics is recarpeting the cab, replacing the faucets, and re-gluing - if not replacing - the laminates.
I discover the uses for switches by accident, I still have several to discover.
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