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Tomarse
Mar 7, 2001

Grr

Pomp and Circumcized posted:

I don't get why "Empty" is a light. With 4 lights, you can do 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and FULL, like a normal person. All lights off is empty!

I guess it's good to know that your shitter-level-light system is working, though. It's probably more important than the fuel gauge.

That's definitely why i'd want an empty light. Being surprised by a full waste tank is never a good thing! Perhaps think of it as an 'ON' light instead.

Looking forward to seeing what you do with this CSB.

What is the american fascination with dark wood coloured units and doors?

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Tomarse
Mar 7, 2001

Grr

before quarantine i was helping to convert a 18 seat minibus which we cleaned the full body decals off. Panel wipe works well.

Tomarse
Mar 7, 2001

Grr

Nice work!

So where you can avoid replacing it you are treating and painting the original wood?. How are you dealing with any damage?

I've got some gouges out of the plywood floor in my truck that I need to fill so I can lay vinyl flooring over them and I'd like to treat the water damaged bits so they don't get any worse. any recommendations? since this appears to be your area of expertise at the moment!

I'm about to start shopping for furniture fixings/brackets/sliders for mine. there are far too many options.

Tomarse
Mar 7, 2001

Grr

Its looking awesome! keep up the great work!. you appear to have as much fridge/freezer capacity in there as I do in my house.

Tomarse
Mar 7, 2001

Grr

As a fellow camper builder I am enjoying reading the water chat but still have no idea what "RO" stands for?

Running water back into the fresh water tank under any situation seems like a really bad idea though?

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