Re-seal roof seams & components. Re-seal front fibre glass piece to prevent further de-lamination. Use the little pull down menu at the top of this page to switch to other photo albums.
Date(s): Labor Day Weekend, 2009. Album by Dan Hellier. Photos by Dan. 1 - 21 of 21 Total. 1346 Visits.
1 Radio antennae.
3 T.V. antennae, refrigerator vent, and plumbing vent.
5 This little guy almost always gets forgotten. Any water in here creates the smallest bit of corrosion, and the t.v. reception deteriorates. Trouble is, most people don't know it, they just assume where they are that the reception isn't that good.
11 Pretty much impossible to see but there's a thin bead of clear caulk both sides, the entire length of the front panel.
12 close up of aforementioned bead
13 These clearance lights are well known for letting the water in.
14 Right rear tail light, re-sealed.
15 Yeah, you guessed it. The other rear tail light.
16 Upper rear clearance lights.
18 Bearing change all 4 wheels. (Right front wheel) The dust caps on the inner bearings were seized from not being out in so long. So I had to use the inner bearing to pound out the dust caps and elected to throw the old bearings away.
19 Left Rear bearing change.
20 Left front bearing change. I seem to be missing a wheel here. Or a picture of one that is. The right rear was done first, so I guess I don't have that picture.
21 Lug nuts were seized also. Here you can see where the shaft of the impact gun adapter actually sheared off in the socket. After all bearing changes, every lug nut on all 4 wheels was hand torqued to 100 foot pounds.