Hi, I hope this is the right section.
Pictures are attached.
I want to pull up the floor on my trailer and hopefully it's the wood flooring that has problems, not the subfloor. Can I just start tearing it up? Are there any gotchas? I thought that in the short term, I could put in the foam floor pieces until we are ready to put in permanent floor (probably Allure, we put that in our house and can work with that easily).
With the floor out, I thought I'd take it to a trailer repair place to check the axle
& repack the bearing. Then if the axle
and subfloor are good, proceed with repairs.
Next I need to figure out what to do where I pulled the fridge
out (it had rattled loose, and I don't use it anyway). I also need to repair the cabinet hinge that failed on our last trip. Should I just make new doors all the way around? The ones in it are nice, but very heavy solid wood. I think it might be teak.
There is also a crack in the FG between the bench and cabinet. What is the best way to repair it?
Last I need to fix the wiring & install the shroud for the new Fantastic Fan I put in last year, after hail damaged the old vent. I thought I might need to pull off the center wood strip, but will try fishing under it first to see if I can run the wire without removing it. Or is there a better way to run the wiring?
Thanks in advance!!!