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  1. Thanks for all the helpful suggestions. Well, except maybe for the $$$ Texas Custom Coach idea. 😂😂
  2. Brilliant! Thanks Richard. I knew I came to the right place. 👍
  3. I listed it first thing in my post - 2000 Bounder 34D.
  4. I found exactly what I needed at T-molding.com. 1-1/4” high t-molding that raises just above the flat surface to keep things from sliding off. Only .55/ft. What is the trim on the edge of the dresser (circled in red) called and where would I find some? Mine is cracked and/or broken in my 2000 Bounder 34D but none of my google searches have resulted in finding what I’m looking for. Thanks.
  5. Wolfe 10 - your point #2 is the one I was most concerned with. I know to be careful when it’s wet and to watch my balance but I was more concerned about avoiding any structurally weak or “no-step” spots.
  6. 2000 Fleetwood Bounder 34’ How cautious do I have to be when walking on top for doing maintenance on A/Cs or forward antennas or sealing the roof? Are there stringers or crossbeams to try to walk on or doesn’t it really matter as long as I’m not stomping around? At 250 lbs, I’m not exactly a little guy and don’t want to put weight where I shouldn’t. Thanks for the input.
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