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Thanks, @johannes, I pretty much just went for it. Borrowed my buddy’s brand new in box (but over 10 years old) black and decker router. Threw a 1/2″ round-over bit into it and went to town. It worked out okay!
Glassing the bottom of the ICC today…
@scoop – tell me more about having to move the puck. Not sure I can visualize why you would need to do this after shaving the runners…
You know, in retrospect, some fiberglass tape maybe an inch wide on those seems with unthickened epoxy might be a much stronger option. And, the edges of the tape would sand down nicely I think. The fillets, now hardened, are like cement.
Thanks, man. I think I’ll have to shave down the “runners” (i don’t know if they’re called that) on the bottom of the drawers. The fit is extremely tight. I don’t think I did anything “wrong” but rather it’s just time to futz a little to get them to work. This morning I woke up thinking about the layers of expoxy and varnish/paint. It’s only going to build up the surfaces even higher!
John in Chicago
@Youngjedi Canoecopia was just canceled this afternoon. CLC will be in Madison for kit pick-up for those who had them haul their kits from Annapolis.
I’m in the Oak Park/River Forest area of Chicago and picking up my camper kit at Conoeicopia this weekend. I can’t wait to start building. Once I have the kit home in my garage you’re welcome to come and see it, etc.
Hey, thanks. I love the suction cups and magnets. Great ideas!
To the OP: How’s your build going? I’m about to pull the trigger today and pick-up the kit in Madison, WI at Canoecopia. Can’t wait to get started.
Wondering how your kitchen turned out. I’m in the pre-build “phase” and also considering doing something a little more custom than the CLC option. Share photos if you can.
I’m about to pull the trigger on purchasing kit. Does anyone have more pictures of awnings or side tents mounted to the top of the camper. I’ve seen a few around this forum and other places online but not a ton.
Wondering how high up one could get an awning. We’re a tall family!
All the best from Chicago,