I replaced the carpeting (ratfur) in my 88 Boler
. I have had lots of great advice from this forum, but almost everyone tried to dissuade me from ripping out the rat fur.
I gutted my trailer to undertake a big reno anyway so I went ahead with the carpet replacement. when i removed the old carpet I kept each piece and used it as a pattern for the new pieces I cut. I used exterior carpet glue that I bought from a local flooring retailer. I used a small prybar and a scraper to push the carpeting back behind the cupboards. putting tje pieces back into the cupboards was not as hard as I thought it might be. The cieling was the most difficult (gravity can be a challenge) but i used clamps at the roof vent and worked slowly.
Everyone asks "why bother?" and for us it was simple, the carpet was disgusting. It had mouse urine and feces, it smelled awful and honestly we didn't like the colour. I replaced the carpet in my house after I bought it, why not in my trailer?
We are so glad that I replaced it. The effort was worth it for our trailer. It was about 3 full days of work and had its challenges but I would do it again if I needed to. If you are handy, you have the time, and you want to replace the carpet, go for it.
If you want to see pics, check out my "Boler Voyageur 1300" posting.
Best of luck, and as my Dad always told me, you can do anything if you set
your mind to it.