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twocutekelpies
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March

Beautiful work Mitchell, can I ask if you coat it with anything to maintain or will that require regular maintenance polishing?

twocutekelpies
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March

Hi Littlemilly, I know many have had success with using fine steel wool, nylon wheels, buffing wheels and compound and even alfoil and coca cola but m ...

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January

Hi @tassie_dreaming. Are you able to post a photo of your van and the chassis number from your drawbar please? From appearance, Peggers Viscount Ambas ...

twocutekelpies
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December

@woodenwookie you could glue it in, just make sure it's a very flexible adhesive, some brands dry hard and the bond will break as soon as you hit the ...

twocutekelpies
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November

Have a look at the cladding, you may find it was fastened originally using either nails or staples to hold it in place until the trims/j rail went on. ...

twocutekelpies
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November

I would also look at googling clay soil friendly plants and checking out the neighbours' yards to see what grows well in that area. She could have a t ...

twocutekelpies
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November

Nice work on starting the frame replacement. I've had to do the same in my little Franklin as most of it was missing. I've used tassie oak on the side ...

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November

@linfrank Hi Robyn, failing finding any paperwork, you should be able to find the year using the chassis number welded on the top of the drawbar, t ...

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Littlemilly
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March

Thank you! They look amazing. I will have a go cleaning them with a nylon wheel and maybe spray them but I can’t take them apart so I’ll have to try t ...

Community Manager Jason
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March

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Littlemilly, it's great to have you join us. We're looking forward to reading more about your renovation p ...

missemou
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I had a plan that 'he who builds' doubted from the start to hinge my caravan table to increase my ability to reach the overhead cupboards from either ...

woodenwookie
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December

@twocutekelpies, would it be possible to use something like No More Nails to adhere the frame to the caravan? The only possible issues I could see wou ...

AnitaP
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I cut 19mm thick Tasmanian Oak into 30mm strips on the table saw.Turned these strip's on their side so that the board will have a thickness of 30mm.Ar ...

425314
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woodenwookie
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November

I'm glad you've done this sort of thing before @twocutekelpies. I would like to know how I attach the frame to the aluminium or do I not need to worry ...

Noelle
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November

Hi @Amylee Treating a heavy clay with clay breaker or gypsum might be a slow process but the end result is worth the time taken, if your mother wan ...

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twocutekelpies
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5 replies
March

Hi Littlemilly, I know many have had success with using fine steel wool, nylon wheels, buffing wheels and compound and even alfoil and coca cola but m ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
1 reply
December

@woodenwookie you could glue it in, just make sure it's a very flexible adhesive, some brands dry hard and the bond will break as soon as you hit the ...

twocutekelpies
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3 replies
November

Have a look at the cladding, you may find it was fastened originally using either nails or staples to hold it in place until the trims/j rail went on. ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
November

I would also look at googling clay soil friendly plants and checking out the neighbours' yards to see what grows well in that area. She could have a t ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
5 replies
November

Nice work on starting the frame replacement. I've had to do the same in my little Franklin as most of it was missing. I've used tassie oak on the side ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
November

@linfrank Hi Robyn, failing finding any paperwork, you should be able to find the year using the chassis number welded on the top of the drawbar, t ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
November

Hi EricI salvaged most of the walls, just relined and added new ply lining, 2.7mm poly coated caravan ply from ForestOne. You can see in this phot ...

twocutekelpies
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Forgive me, it's been a while since I've posted, my 1972 York rebuild was completed and is now being enjoyed by a lovely couple who bought her shortly ...

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