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Building Carmon
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Brian, my son used a saws all to remove the rollbar!! Just lil nubs left! 
Today I am gluing wood pieces to my walls to create air space for Reflectix. Because mine is window van and it dosen't have ribs and the worst yet the wall is full of valleys. So I'm using  1/8" to 3/4" depending on the section's width, plus it has the spave on inside wall too. It looks a mess and I'm not sure it will hold. Hopefully it will work and do the job. I am using M3 90 for glue. Below is a link to my build album. Hope the pics can be viewed. Includes todays work
http://s347.photobucket.com/user/surfineyes/library/Building%20Carmon?sort=3&page=1

http://s347.photobucket.com/user/surfineyes/library/Building%20Carmon?sort=3&page=1
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AbuelaLoca (07-18-2017)
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Wow...you practically have an auditorium in there now!

Looks great!

About how much standing room do you have in there?
---Brian

Republic of Texas
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Looking good!


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for pictures
imgur.com,pretty much like photobucket without ads and actually lets you post your pics
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I don't want my fangs too long
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dr_nelson (07-17-2017)
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Gary I will check out imgur for pics. Thanks.

Brian, with the 3/4" subfloor it measires 5.8" high down the center. It slopes towards the sided ending at about 5.3". It looks more spacious cuz the pic is an upshot. Never the less, plenty of room for myself and my dog!

Now, just as I thought my blocks didn't hold and my son suggests furring. I think it best too. I am scraping todays work.

So back to the drawing boatd! Furring it will need to be.
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AbuelaLoca (07-18-2017)
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(07-17-2017, 05:47 PM)KatBalouE350 Wrote: Brian, with the 3/4" subfloor it measires 5.8" high down the center.

Never the less, plenty of room for myself and my dog!

A song pops into my head:


 ♫  Short people...... ♫


Tongue
---Brian

Republic of Texas
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Wowsers!!! What fabulous progress!! So glad you were able to ditch the bars!!
'93 Club Wagon (Juanita) & AbuelaLoca (Belinda)

I see my path, but I don't know where it leads. Not knowing where I'm going is what inspires me to travel it. Rosalia de Castro
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Oh man, looks great without those roll bars. Good luck with the furring.
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Putts and Ab, I am so tickled the roll bars are gone. Besides opening it up could you imagine having to work around them while installing insulation on the ceiling?

Brian, I remember that "short" song. Lol! When I was younger I use to always say, "short on inches but not on atittude." Not so much any more.

Think my body has had enough for this round of mods. If my son will wire up my fan and sink some screws in the subfloor I'm going to call it good and head back up to the mountains.
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