"Okay, here is a picture of the underside of my pickup camper. The white pvc is from the kitchen sink, the big black pvc is from the toilet, someone cut the end off, the little screen looking one is for the shower and the smaller black pvc at…"
"Hello Francis Sparling, I am going to try and upload some photo's today. In the mean time, I was able to repair my LPG door to the point that now all I have to do is come up with a way to secure it in place. Very stoked about it and it…"
Looking forward to some pictures of your project. Per the propane door, I lost one and replaced it with 3/4 inch plywood I purchased at a big box home improvement store. They stocked pre cut 2 foot by 2 foot pieces. I cut in some vent…"
Looking forward to some pictures of your project. Per the propane door, I lost one and replaced it with 3/4 inch plywood I purchased at a big box home improvement store. They stocked pre cut 2 foot by 2 foot pieces. I cut in some vent openings then primed and painted it. I secured it with 4 deadbolts to ensure I did not loose it. Any idea how heavy your camper is? Does it need to be on a 3/4 ton pickup?
Vintage Travel Trailers, Vintage Campers, Camper Restoration, Bus Conversions, Vintage RV Forums, Old RVs, Tiny Homes, Boondocking
A work of art by member Paige Bridges
Disclaimer - Please Read it
Enjoy this site and use it totally at your own risk.
By using or viewing this site YOU agree to Hold Harmless anyone associated with it including other members. Also, YOU agree that YOU are solely responsible for ANY and ALL actions, results or damages. Members "opinions" are just that and any repair or alteration comments or recommendations are by folks who are not licensed repair or mechanical professionals. Any repairs or modifications you do totally at YOUR OWN RISK. Use licensed professionals for all work to avoid possible serious injury or damage. Use banks for purchases.Have fun!