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Old March 24th, 2012, 04:20 PM   #8
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im noticing the shrinkage(lol). i had one wall that was a little loose when it was cold. now its fairly tight. i got a friend that works in a cabinet shop. he is doing custom trim for the seams. crown molding at the top, quarter round at the bottom. top to bottom gaps are good. im gonna have to trim where the pieces but up against each other. should be easy tough. everything is screwed on, no sealants. so i can take it down for service or repairs.

i finished all the wiring today. ran a seperate harness for the fantastic fan. ran the 4 speaker wires for the stereo system. still gotta figure out an antenna for the stereo? i was debating on installing a 12v tv/dvd combo, but i dont think im gonna. tomorrow i finish insulating the roof.

i was thinking front loading would offer more room. next season ill try it out.
it was real tight loading from the rear. glad all my sleds are 121's
i wanted a small trailer so i could tow it with my rubicon, not my superduty.
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