Foam TD (build journal)

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Re: Foam TD (build journal)

Postby pat g » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:43 pm

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Ready for finish coats of paint and window/door installation. Of course I have already figured out drip edges which will go on after the finish paint.

My shop is crowded so the pictures are hard to get the best view.

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Re: Foam TD (build journal)

Postby GPW » Mon Oct 29, 2018 5:38 am

Looks Great !!! 8) :beer:
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Re: Foam TD (build journal)

Postby Gidget » Mon Jan 28, 2019 12:24 pm

Looks great! I really like how your PMF turned out. Did you use wood glue or primer to attach?

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Re: Foam TD (build journal)

Postby pat g » Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:24 pm

Thanks,

I used Titebond II to glue the fabric to the foam and ironed it down as I did on my first build. I knew that, in my experience, this worked well. As an experiment, I glued the interior ply to the foam with Gripper primer. I am happy with the results. This build is complete and when I have a bit of time, I'll post more pics. My wife and I did a week long trip to the area around The Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area in Kentucky. I think that the only major change this spring will be the addition of a drop axle to lower it a bit.

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