Shane, the floor looks great! How did the rest of the Burro
We're embarking on our own floor tear-down right now. We used your method of jacking the shell up in the corners to remove the frame from underneath. Worked great! We've ripped out all the floor that we can see, and are cutting away the glassed bits of the floor.However, now we're a little unsure of how to remove all the bits of rotted floor from between the two layers of fiberglass and fit in a new floor.
Can you give us some tips on how to fit in new plywood? When you removed the rotted bits between the fiberglass, did the two layers of fiberglass collapse on itself and close the gap? How did you shape and fit the plywood floor with the shell up on jacks?
Also, when you were cleaning up your frame, did you remove all the rust before applying POR15, or did you paint
right over it? Our frame looks like this currently, and I'm working on grinding away the rust.