Several years ago when I had a white Chinook I read about a purple spray. I think it was called purple power but not sure anymore. I got it in the auto section of the store. Sprayed it on the yellow, waited a few seconds and wiped it off. I did that a couple of times and it was back to white. Then I sprayed on Protect all. You might want to try this before going to all the work of sanding and painting. If it doesn't work, then paint.
I think you did a very nice job and the dogs look very content. Ron, look at picture two and the controls and windows. If the platform were to be higher she could not get to the windows to open them. This lady sure is thinking this out before she does anything.
We have weather tech mats model number W51-LHS in tan for our E450. I don't know who told you they don't make them. They are the floor mats not the digitalfit ones. Look under Econoline. The digitalfit have sides the rise up about an inch and these don 't.
We love ours. We just updated the cabinet doors over the sink to be like the new models. I removed the center post and replaced the doors with wider doors to fill in the gap. I got the doors from Carol at the factory. You can not ask for better customer support then you get at Phoenix.
I get any where from 8 to 10 mpg depending on the terrain and my speed. Towing our Jeep liberty reduces that by 1 mpg.
Aimee I am sorry if I offended you in any way. You know I am a big fan off your work and all you do for us on this forum. I know that each part of this country has different taste and still I opened my big mouth.
My concern had to do with all that bright red. It seemed to scream at me. It also seemed to be overly crowed with information.
What I was hoping for was a something about that size but only a front and back card type. It might list the company name, address, phone and contact information with room for me to add my name and if I want contact information. Having some information like "we custionize layouts",and maybe the layouts on the back. Also "Call and see what we can do for you" would be helpful.
As they say "less is more" and "keep them asking for more". After all the reason I would give them the card is to get them to call Earl for more infomation. Let him do his magic with them.
Are you guys talking about the plunger type switch on the hinge side of the door? The one the bolt on the door pushes in.
Ron, Instead of regular WD40 you might want to try WD40 Silicone spray on parts you want to lube but don't want the oily on the outside. Dirt and sand will stick to regular WD40 but not to the Silicone spray. Both types have their uses.
Sorry I did not mean anything bad or going without the DW. I just figured you were dreaming about how easy it would be to if you had a really small rig. If I was traveling alone, which I hope never happens, I would own a 22 foot class B sprinter that looked like a passenger van, not a camper.