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Old 08-26-2018, 04:57 PM   #1
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I added a small backsplash because there was some ugly yellow glue where something used to be.

I am in the middle of cutting out carpet and putting vinyl in the living room and hall. I will post pictures when done.
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Old 08-26-2018, 05:34 PM   #2
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Old 10-14-2018, 08:39 PM   #4
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I finished the bunkhouse

The backend of my 98 Cari-lite 5th wheel originally had two chairs and a table. It has a fold out sofa bed on the slide, but when it is open, you can't walk through to the door.

I took out the chairs and rebuilt the backend where there was water damage. I put in a futon, but didn't like it. I stumbled into a beautiful jack_knife sofa, and decided to build a bunkhouse so we don't have to use the sofabed.

A lot of hours later and here it is. I might tweak it a bit yet. There are TVs built into the upper and lower. The dog has taken up residence in the lower.
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Old 10-14-2018, 08:44 PM   #5
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My next model is going to be to take out the florescent bulbs in the fixtures and put led wdge bulbs in. If I keep the fixtures themselves, I can do all 10 for around $20.
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Nice job. Looks good.
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TV and fireplace

I just got done with the modifications to the entertainment center in my 98 Carri-lite. It had a large deep hole for an old tv. If we put things there, the would shift and block the slide. The top had a mirror that backed to a deep cabinet in the bathroom.

1) I took out part of the cabinet and flush mounted a flat screen tv on a pull out mount. I added some decorative mirrors back over top.

2) I installed a flush mount fire place.

3) To access the space behind the fire6, I cut an access into the end wall and added a white board as a cabinet door.

I also install6some led strip lights above the slide, and I can match the light color to the fireplace color.

I am getting a wall mount dvd/cd player/ FM radio, so that will probably go on the end wall as well as some kind of remote holder because there are now a ton of remotes.
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