Remodelling

Discussion in 'Camper Restoration Projects' started by Jx3, Jun 11, 2019.

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    Jx3 New Member

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    We have taken the PUP out for 3 weekends since we've purchased it 3 months ago, and we have weeded out what works and what doesn't work for us. The first thing we did was remove the rooftop A/C and install a 12v FanTastic fan.
    90% of the time we use power. We don't cook or wash dishes in our camper so there was no need for the galley sink or fridge, I removed the gas lines for both the stove and fridge.
    I spliced into the rooftop ac line and ran another fused ac circuit for a dorm fridge and a microwave.
    That leaves me with what to do with the DC/LPG fridge and galley sink/tank. I posted on Craigslist no responses. I'm hoping somebody, close by can use these items. I would hate to take the stuff to the city dump.
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    Looks good so far!
     
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    thanks, we're going take her to Yellowstone next month so we want to make sure it's just right. We are leaving for a 5 day shakedown tomorrow, last one before we leave.
     
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    The microwave looks factory. Lol. Have fun on the trip, I'm hopeing to get out Thursday myself.
     

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