January 2015 Blog Posts (25)

battery compartment

I have had to park the RV ('70 Grumman 25 ft long including a 2 ft extended rear bumper which has a storage box sitting on it) on the street in North Hollywood until I get a better home for it.  I live in Burbank and can park only 3 days ( with permit) before having to move it out the next two days.  A hassle but I wanted to "get" the RV before it got away from me.

Concerned that the batteries will disappear one night....I spent the last two days creating a steel barrier (1…

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Added by Richard Olsen on January 18, 2015 at 9:13pm — 6 Comments

complete Inside o Our 1977 Travco

Added by Mike and Donna Murphy on January 15, 2015 at 7:27pm — No Comments

1977 Travco

I just wanted to tell everyone how hard my husband worked to complete our 1977 Travco.  He actually remove everything down to the outside hull and metal ribs and started over.  It took 2 years but it has turned out so nice.  taking it completely apart he was able to move things and change the floor plan like we wanted it.  There were some roadblocks that made us wonder if we would ever finish, but we did!  We are going to re-do the outside eventually, however, as far as being able to take it…

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Added by Mike and Donna Murphy on January 15, 2015 at 7:21pm — No Comments

Ceiling stains from roof

I used pet stain remover with oxyclean in it and you cant even see the stain any more it will take more than one application I just sprayed it on the cieling

Added by James and Yvonne Hoak on January 11, 2015 at 6:50pm — 2 Comments

New Member.....Hello!

I am now the "proud" owner of a '70 Grumman motor home.  I have heard it said the two happiest days of an owners life is the day he buys it and the day he sells it.....well, today I am happy.

I first started by kicking out the two "human occupants", two dogs, and 12 rats (honestly....trapped the critters in sticky traps the first night).  I changed all fluids, lubed everything, bypassed the ugly gas in the original tank, added two new batteries and it started right up and is…

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Added by Richard Olsen on January 11, 2015 at 2:32pm — 5 Comments

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