Attaching to interior walls - Fiberglass RV

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Old 05-15-2014, 12:26 AM   #1
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Attaching to interior walls


I've got a Boler 1700 that is completely gutted and I'm just starting the rebuild. I've found various advice on the forum as to how to go about attching cupboards, insulation and wall finishings to the inside of my unit but I feel like I'm missing some great ideas, I just can't find them in the forum.

Sounds like the best way to go is to attach strips of plywood by epoxy or fibreglass to the interior walls and then attach cupboards, wall panels, etc, to those.

Any additional help would be much appreciated, or links to some good threads on the subject.

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