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Leveling my Aloha...
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Hi,I have a 1966 aloha. I have been trying to use the stabilizers to get it level but I don't think that's the right thing to do? I need the back and up higher because I have lowered the front end…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Pat Daly Aug 26, 2013.

Aloha trailer question.... Are my "seams" on backward?
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Hi,I am a new RV-er. I just bought this 1966 aloha. I am replacing some of these "seams" (I…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Meaghan Aug 10, 2013.


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"I would rivet it back on. Drill 1/8" holes through the door and the hinge that appears to still be attached to the trailer. Then I'd use 1/8" aluminum rivets to secure the door back to the trailer. If it were mine I would drill out…"
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At 9:24am on September 16, 2013, Pat Daly said…

Yes there should be 2X2 or so wood framing. Open some of the member restoration ablums on the right of the home page and you'll see the frams and them attaching/screwing aluminum back on after replacing rotted internal wood framing. Hmm, i guess tapping the exterior frame with a hammer or maybe a stud finder.. about $6 at harbor freight will help locate the framing. Stud finder is electric hand held which sends out a signal when it is over a stud... like in a wall. Don't know if it works through aluminum though. never tried that. Members... any advice here?  Also, seal any screws/screw holes into the aluminum so so water gets in and ruins the wood framing.




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