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Re: Pop Up Repair - Getting Ready

I was a little intimidated at first but as I started I got to see how simple these campers are. I picked up my supplies on ebay so far - pretty cheap. The butyl for the trim reinstall, new door seal, and the weather striping that seals the screws in the trim. I also just picked up a Jayco add a room on craigslist - brand new never used for a steal! I haven't had alot of time to work on it but here's the progress so far -

New side pieces installed.

More to follow soon hopefully. A fulltime job, a part time side business and youth sports keep a guy hopping. Turkey Season will interrupt all activity until some spurs are hanging! LOL!

Tracker - For $50 you can't go wrong. If the water damage is minor it should be a breeze. I might have $125 in materials in my repair when all complete.

More to follow.

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