But first, Whiskey and I had to go for a walk in the forest.
Whiskey, leading the way!
Have you ever heard of "treefitti"?
After lunch it was time to get some work done to Sherman. As I explained in an earlier post, Sherman's dash was sagging on the drivers side. I had loosened the screws holding the gauges onto the dash, but still couldn't get a good enough look at what the problem was. So I was going to have to take it all apart. I'm fairly confident about fixing this type of thing...In another life long ago, I used to be a licensed auto body technician and painter so I do a lot of Sherman's repair work myself whenever possible. Saves a lot on repair costs when you put a lot of miles on an older motorhome.
Anyhow, I tore it all apart. Hopefully I can put it back together again!
At least now I have access to everything. Turns out the problem is really related to poor design, however all of the topes (speed bumps) and poor roads we were on in Mexico are sure to have caused part of the problem. Not going to be a big deal to repair, but I need a couple of small pieces of 1/2" plywood and some special screws. Going to have to make a trip to Home Depot over the next couple of days and pick up what I need.
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