Installed the second Lagun mounting bracket. There is now one located on each side of the camper.
Ski3pin directed me to Amazon. I wouldn't have thought Amazon would have aluminum bars but they do. They were $31 each but it is the only place I could find them.
Last edited by chvy39z; 03-19-2012 at 03:43 PM.
Also ordered some more Aluminum for the cabinets.
Last edited by Overland Hadley; 03-21-2012 at 03:16 AM.
Received and installed the new handrail.
When it came I was impressed with the quality, but I did not like the mirror perfect finish.
So I spent a while giving it a fine burnishing. It now looks like the aluminum on the camper.
Install was straightforward. Unscrewed the old handle, put a little silicone in the hole and reinstalled the screws to seal up the hole. Then I marked for the new holes, drilled a pilot hole, mushed silicone in and around the hole, and installed with 14x5/8 screws. Nice and solid.
Personally this handrail works much better for me. And it is another custom touch on my camper. :)
That looks good. Pretty slick improvement.
Your long awaited FWC build is coming along nicely...
2004 Dodge 2500 CTD 4WD ( FWC Grandby Shell on order...)
Last edited by Overland Hadley; 03-25-2012 at 04:50 AM.
Took a while to search out a pair of interior dome lights that I wanted to install. I already have the LEDs that I will use for the interior so I did not want to spend a lot for fixtures that already had LEDs installed. Looking to marine products I narrowed it down to dome lights from Perko and Hella. Finally decided on a surface mount dome light with dual bulbs from Perko. The fixtures will have a red set if LEDs in addition to the bright white LEDs. Bought the light fixtures from Hodges Marine
Passenger side fixture.
Driver side, white on.
Driver side, red on.
Now I need to gets the LEDs installed.
Last edited by Overland Hadley; 04-09-2012 at 02:14 PM.