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Old 07-08-2017, 01:56 PM   #11
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we just bought our blubird too same size 1997 cat power tho getting ready to cut roof and raise 20 " got lucky as ours only had 112 k miles
Ours has 130,000 and some rust were dealing with.

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got a little rust also 2 spots but not hard to fix them also planning on 4 inches of insulation on roof so only getting 16" of xtra ceiling
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got a little rust also 2 spots but not hard to fix them also planning on 4 inches of insulation on roof so only getting 16" of xtra ceiling
I plan to raise the floor up enough to cover the wheel wells. That should allow enough depth for fresh, grey, and black water tanks, along with the 2 factory heaters relocated more towards the center aisle for heat while we're driving.

Since I'm 6' 1" tall the final floor height will dictate how much insulation we go with for the ceiling. At least I'd like to have 3".

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