The panels are thin trips with a textured fabric cover. The ceiling itself is a sandwich about. 1.5-2" thick with a foam core.
If you want to make some , is use 1/8" luan and either stain or paint
it. If you want to cover it. Automotive Uphostery spray glue would work well to attach any fabric you like.
In any event, I am glad to have it back together. This all started when the headboard fell off so I may need to reinforce the front panels in a few spots where the screws go in.
I used four cans of Great Stuff and some scrap styrofoam. I feel
A little better about the insulation up there. The nose piece is fiberglass and not that "winter wall" sandwich panel. So the normal Bigfoot
quality was lacking there.
At some point I may want to pull it all apart again and make all the insulation thicker, because that part is colder, but that can wait. It is better than it was, and I have more important things to do.
I am very glad to have it back together and all neat and tidy again. Tomorrow a friend is staying in it.
Tonight I'm transferring some movies and TV shows onto my camper's TiVo for future use.
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