Originally Posted by BillBones
I just looked at a Perris Pacer
that would need the floor replaced. Whatís the trick to removing the furniture? It looks like everything is glassed in to place rather than riveted like the Scamp. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!
Bill, in my Pacer all the cabinets were riveted in except the closet which was all glassed. I drilled out the rivets and simply lifted the cabinets out. There were a few lateral fasteners between the rear bunk and closet and bunks and the kitchenette. They unscrewed easily.
In my Pacer the bottom of the coach is all fiberglass then there is 1/2Ē ply on top or inside. Originally the linoleum floor was glued to the plywood. I didnít remove the ply wood. I may be wrong but It looks as though it is glassed to the bottom so it will be a hassle to remove the wood without damaging the fiber glass bottom. Having a fiber glass bottom is great as itís all sealed. From what Iíve read, the older bolers had plywood bottoms that were prone to rotting out.