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I'm a Believer - The Monkees
Bad Bad Leroy Brown - Jim Croce
Up On The Roof - The Drifters
Yes, it has taken me much longer than I planned - pertly due to being out of town a good bit. I have lots of pictures I need to post
Thanks. That's what I have been using on the smaller pieces but in the 100 degree temps here it does not have much of a working time before it...
What glue did you use to install the new foam and luan - I am not happy with the open time of the stuff I am trying to use on large pieces.
Hard to be Humble - Mac Davis
If your original ceiling is still well attached a strip of plywood should work fine.
This is the glue I am using for the plywood to metal. I am going to use the standard foam board glue for the foam as it is much less expensive...
Deep River Woman - Lionel Richie and Alabama
Yes, it had a little bracing - a 3/4 inch aluminum C channel pressed over the foam but only on two sides. I have installed a piece of plywood...
oops - There is also corner molding that is wood running the length of each side.
The only wood in the sideboards is the luan over the foam. I was lucky that my side boards were OK but if the luan is all that is bad I would try...
Don't Let It End - Styx
Mine needed a new plastic insert for the center seam trim. Measure yours to be sure but mine was 1" wide.
Fly Like an Eagle - Steve Miller Band
My thought was to remove the screw drive/whiffletree set up and pull the cables directly with the winch like other brands do. Something like...
As you have probably already noticed, the sides are already partially aluminum - the bottom is a structural extrusion - the luan inside is all...
This isn't a great pic but you can see that the bolts on my A/C braces are lower and in the flat area of the side.
Once you remove the A/C the roof is not that heavy - probably less than 200 lbs but it is awkward...very hard to manage without help. I would...