Man I had a lot of things I wanted to get done today. But first might as well remove that front hatch that porkchop wants. I did receive my Maxxair Max fan Deluxe. Might as well put it in where the hatch was.
Three and a half hours later it is in.
One thing I did not count on is, I guess a standard RV has a flat roof. The mounting flange is flat, my roof at the peak is curved.
Not quit fitting. So I broke out a hammer and beat the steel into submission, and got the sides to with in 1/8". I just doubled up on the butyl tape down the sides.
The butyl tape squeezed out on the edges and the inside. This is a nice fan, it incorporates a vent, fan, and rain protection all in one unit. It features a powerful 10-speed fan, thermostat, air intake and exhaust. The fan can be run with the lid closed to circulate air by setting it in Ceiling Fan Mode.
I spent some time playing with my new Hobart Auto Arc 130 Wire Feed MIG Welder. I realized I cant pull enough current through my little extension cord and my 15 amp apartment outdoor outlet. Tomorrow I will get a 20 amp cord and run it off my 30 amp generator, that should work a little better.
I need to weld in the steel I have already cut to cover my rust holes. I got the floor painted except where I need to weld. Hopefully I can finish that up tomorrow.