Dickie Vaughn
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Full Time RVer, Part Time RVer
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Plano, Tx
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I have a 1985 Pace Arrow, having a blast up dating it. I'll post things I've done.

New Paint Job. 500.00. I did it myself.

New Floor, ceilings,furniture. 

Added new electrical to handle 40 gal Hot water heater.

Added washer & Dryer.

Flat Screens front, and bedroom.

Changed all plumbing with quick connect.

Look at photos I have so far, I will update the latest in a few days.

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At 11:44am on January 5, 2012, ben southgate said…

Dickie, What kind of Paint did you use and how did you apply it. I'm thinking of using my wagner project sprayer but not sure on which paint. My rig is the traditional aluminum siding.Thanks


At 11:27am on February 22, 2011, Lora Mann said…
Thank you for the tips, I was just going to go to Home Depot for the paint~  guess that is just for houses!!  I was looking at paint sprayers, are you using the HVLP kind of paint sprayer for detail work, or the airless type to cover large areas?  this camper I purchased last year has a new paint job, however really not my style.  It has a nice base coat so to speak, but where they had added color and design the paint is a little raised, or tape lines~ would I just sand that area out to feather it into the rest of the paint so it isn't noticeable when I repaint the entire thing? (which is pretty small anyway!! lol)
At 4:45pm on February 21, 2011, Lora Mann said…

Nice!  What kind of paint are you using for the exterior?  I am looking to paint ours, having zero experience at painting anything besides the occasional book shelf~ any pointers????






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