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Rebuilding of a Truck Camper

DieselCash

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I sold this camper tonight. I have not had the time or money to work on it the last year. I feel it went to a better home.
 

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The process of maintaining your RV’s roof good look and shine shouldn’t be something hard to do. But this also depends on the type of product that you will have chosen. There are products that can make the whole application process a bit easier for you like RV Liquid Roof. Liquid RV Roof will not only protect your RV roof from weather extremes but also increase its durability and longevity.
 

JayTheCPA

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Ummmm... Are you a real person, or a bot that managed to get past the sign-on filters? Reason for the question is that this post and at least one of the other posts point to canned advertising EDPM statements without actually 'advertising' it. If this is correct, am sure that the site owners will reach-out to determine whether a vendor relationship is appropriate ;)
 

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I had done a total rebuild on My bumper pull camper, frame to top of roof.
I had not noticed anything unusual, just dont use the camper that much.
last week took it to a pond to do some ice fishing, It was then I noticed that above the door, the roof or seam had been leaking. Not a nice thing to have to deal with. Going to make room in the garage and see what I can do to get it sealed up, repair the water damage then put the little beast on the market.
wifey is talking that she wants to get a bigger nicer camper that she might like to use, that means no more squatting over a hole to dooo duh dooootie. LOL
I hope she enjoys dealing with dumping sewage cause I sure dont. LOL

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