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    So our new base slides and swivels? That's...

    So our new base slides and swivels? That's pretty cool if so.
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    Naw, I have you beat. :p

    Naw, I have you beat. :p
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    The relay board with a main bus is pretty cool of...

    The relay board with a main bus is pretty cool of dispersing power in the back yet having low amp switches elsewhere.
  4. I was looking around some on astro stuff and as...

    I was looking around some on astro stuff and as long as you were using stock stuff I didn't think it sounded too bad for anyone that is comfortable pulling the subframe out from under a vehicle. ...
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    Like I said predictable. ;) you have control...

    Like I said predictable. ;) you have control over temp to avoid. I have two speeds of epoxy hardener specifically to deal with high and low temps, know your product and when to use/not use.
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    Two part products are nice for predictable curing.

    Two part products are nice for predictable curing.
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    It's just two wires, a basic single pole switch...

    It's just two wires, a basic single pole switch is fine. I installed one in parallel to the thermostat on my old camper.
  8. I was thinking perimeter snaps/Velcro/magnets...

    I was thinking perimeter snaps/Velcro/magnets around the outer door for putting up a screen material. Concern with the lower door would be having that open and then opening the big door would bang...
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    Epoxy isn't UV stable, it will chalk and degrade...

    Epoxy isn't UV stable, it will chalk and degrade over time when exposed to UV. IF you want to try something like this you'd need to use a UV varnish over top that would likely require periodic...
  10. Slowly still chipping away, life, newborn (and...

    Slowly still chipping away, life, newborn (and the other two young ones), the heat, and an issue with a neighbor (so I try to avoid power tool late or long, unfortunately later works better on the...
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    Would a high top, extended body E350 with a 4x4...

    Would a high top, extended body E350 with a 4x4 conversion if you enough footprint? You can find high top vans for a reasonable cost, then send for a 4x4 conversion (or do it yourself but you're on...
  12. Unless you need the short wheel base I'd think a...

    Unless you need the short wheel base I'd think a 4x4 conversion on a van would be the ticket. Some folks do flip up beds and even haul bike(s) internally.
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    Here ya go: http://www.aluminess.com/trucks.htm

    Here ya go: http://www.aluminess.com/trucks.htm
  14. A bit more per watt that some other offerings but...

    A bit more per watt that some other offerings but yeah that footprint is more compact for the wattage. What'd they hit you up for on shipping?
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    Well I'm doing a fiberglass build so it quickly...

    Well I'm doing a fiberglass build so it quickly comes to mind. :p I'm not familiar with the bonding profiles of rubber or aluminum over foam. I do know how to bond fiberglass on it so that's what I...
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    Are you handy? I'd take off the AC, side trip,...

    Are you handy? I'd take off the AC, side trip, etc. to give clear access to the roof. Peel off all the loose stuff (just like when repainting a house, take off the loose stuff) it all may come off...
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    Right on. I didn't have a second fan in my FWC...

    Right on. I didn't have a second fan in my FWC hawk and it didn't really bother me much. I added on in my build since it wasn't a big deal to do so and I think the ones I ordered can run w/ the lid...
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    Are you going to have an overlapping lip? If so...

    Are you going to have an overlapping lip? If so I may have something of interest, I bought a 100' roll of double bulb seal like below to put between my top and bottom half. However since it only...
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    Cool, go get'm! Did thayer have the 1582 glass...

    Cool, go get'm! Did thayer have the 1582 glass in stock when you ordered? I would have been tempted to try that out if they had it when I bought my glass. Pricing on it is sweet and as long as its...
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    Looks like your roof members are too narrow to...

    Looks like your roof members are too narrow to pop another fan between if you wanted to at this point? Otherwise I was going to say bracket/rivet in another piece to box an opening for on at a later...
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    Looking good. They do drag when you get over...

    Looking good.

    They do drag when you get over committed. :p
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    Lol, always making more work... Saw does look...

    Lol, always making more work... Saw does look better.
  23. To get an adhesion profile etched in on alot of...

    To get an adhesion profile etched in on alot of work a sandblaster would be where its at. Skim it with a micro balloon slurry at use something like a 7" angle sander to take that smooth in a hurry....
  24. Glad you found a supplier otherwise then. It...

    Glad you found a supplier otherwise then. It worked handy for me since they had 1/8" thick 2" wide 9/16" leg channels worked perfect with my wall thickness. I also got a 1/8" 1"box tube that I...
  25. Grainger carries dynaform structural shapes, FYI.

    Grainger carries dynaform structural shapes, FYI.
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