Thanks, I'm anxious too.Oh wow, those flames were too close for comfort. It's weird seeing air tankers dropping water over/near populated areas.
I can't wait to see the U-haul box mounted on the crew cab. Love the desert race pics.
Yes, The stove will be mounted permanently to the fold down panel. The on-demand hot water heater and stove are in the same place. The propane tank mounts to the frame rail directly underneath the two, below the box. Saving weight is a priority. Keeping plumbing and wiring runs short and using space wisely will payoff when I hit the road.Cool to see the tankers at work and glad you are safe!
Liking the progress on the camper. Will the stove be fixed to the fold down platform?
Went on just like paint. Dried just like paint. It has a texture that comes from the roller, not granular at all. You can walk on it. I put it on as thick as I could, two coats, I used the whole gallon. I did not check the temperature of the underside of the roof before painting but it was too hot to touch. I measured it just now after it has been sitting in the direct sun all morning. The outside surface measured 89 degrees F. Inside it was 74-77 deg. F. It reflects the sun and insulates, just as it claims to do.yes, tell us about the goop, what is it like, how'd the application go, any different from rolling on regular paint or roof slop? What's the consistency and texture like, is it like sanded paint or are the insulating glass bubbles micro-fine?
I'm also really curious how hardy it is after it has cured. Can it be walked on without destroying it?
Me too but I have to stay focused on bigger things right now.:sombrero:Thanks for the report.
rayra,I am interested in your sunshade as well.