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Hello Dreamers

I recently bought an '87 Jamboree with the intent of gutting it and installing a mobile sharpening service. But the more I dug into the coach the better the mechanical systems looked (aesthetics need some work, of course). Then, while planning the shop layout, I realized the actual volume of my equipment is pretty small. Aaand, my brain switched into Maximize RV / Minimize Work design mode...

I was raised a nomad and would love to full time. But that is scary to my wife. So I stopped talking about it and decided to start her with some weekend trips, then expand the durations and see how she handles it.

I am comfortable with home/auto mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, but some of these RV systems are foreign to me. So I look forward to learning from you all, an possibly sharing some bit of experience.

Edit: Did I say something wrong?

-- Edited by s2man on Sunday 9th of September 2018 08:05:48 PM

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