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|#477 Part II|
|Author: Duramaxer (Show all albums)|
Having some of that rice pattern aluminum in what will be the storage area under the new dinette.
First part relaminated. Love or hate the orange, this new Formica makes a huge differense.
Finally it arrived! Two big sheets of orange Formica laminate for my benchtop, dinette table and more. This is the exact color that #477 came with on the benchtop. It's called Levante and the color code is S1070-Y40r(ral 2011/060 70 70)Table in #477 came from another coach and that's a different color, some darker "burnt orange". The color on this new laminate is amazing, so 70's and so bright compared to the sun faded aged laminate in the coach. Really looking forward now to work on this and to see how it looks when finished.
Tiles turned out nice. Missed the color on the vent and I'm having trouble finding a stainless steel "wetroom" approved power outlet, but in time I'll get it sorted.
Things are happening in the living area also. Made a new dinette fom 19mm marine teak plywood. Only part left from the original is the formica laminated parts.
Found these mosaic tiles from Italy.I think they will do better than a shag rug carpet.
Easy repair and now it holds water. Just cleaned everything up and installed the new rubber seal and gasket.
These toilets used to come with a rubber&plastic ball seal. This is replaced with a new double rubber seal.
At some time the toiltet was replased with a quite nice Sealand Traveler. Even if it's "Burn resistant" the bowl seal was no longer holding water.
2 x 15mm PEX tubing in insulation for hot and cold water from the front, and 2 x 12mm PEX in protective tubing for the shower. Also a couple of extra tubes for el. This way I can reach the connections for the shower in the bathromm cabinet and the whole plumbing will be simpler and safer with only one distribution point.
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