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Updated: November 30, 2013 — 10:47 pm

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  1. PovertyPointCustoms

    Great idea with the tv door

  2. wow nice job, love the kayak rack will be doing something like this too.
    and the music had me jamming!!

  3. Liked that Very Much! Good Job!

  4. I love you video. Thanks for sharing! My husband and I are getting ready to
    buy a used motorhome and do some remodeling as well. Not as much as you
    guys did. We are trying to watch our budget!! Great Job!!

  5. Thanks all! It has been a fun project! The renovations have held up well
    and served us greatly on a two week trip thru nv, it, co & as last summer.
    I’ve got a fuel issue to deal with but other than that the rig has been
    great and very comfortable. Thanks for watching & good luck to all those
    who decide to take on a similar project, it is worth it!

  6. Great remodel. What I’m MOST interested in is the kayak carrier. Did you
    design and make it yourself, or modify an existing carrier? I’ve been
    hauling my kayak onto the roof, not an easy task, and there’s always the
    danger of damage to the roof.

  7. Thanks Karen. I made the kayak/bike carrier from a harbor freight package
    carrier and some 3/4″ rect steel tubing. The upper portion is attached to
    the tire carrier and just stabilizes the kayaks. All the weight is carried
    on the hitch.

  8. Nice job on this. We bought a 90 25′ winnebago chieftain for a few hundred
    dollars knowing we’d have serious water damage to repair. But we are sure
    itching to get out on the road and enjoy eachother’s time. We plan on
    bringing in Eternabond for around delaminates edges once dried out. Anyway
    , nice job. You give others hope!

  9. Can you post more pictures of the kayak carrier? Thanks

  10. Great idea to add the iPod hook up and the TV in the cabinet. Nice Job!

  11. Hi Karen, sorry for the late response. The Kayak carrier was made from an
    old package carrier I had laying around. I think it was from harbor
    freight. I use an angle grinder to remove all the interior hardware then
    used angle iron to make padded braces that supported the kayaks. The upper
    support was made from box iron. Good luck!

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