The roof is sagging - there are cracks that have been "fixed" but the wood has gotten wet and continues to get wet. I need to take it all apart. I'm suspecting the interior vinyl piece is glued to the wood and the wood is glued to the fiberglass top.
Suggestions for removing the vinyl piece so I can reuse it?
Suggestions for removing the wood so as not to further damage the fiberglass
Suggestions for using something other than 1/2 or 3/4 inch plywood?
YUP---- the roof sags in the middle from old age and no built-in support to hold the arch. Mine was about an 1 1/2" lower in the middle... I removed the top on my rebuild, took it out on the lawn and ran water on it to soak up the 1/8" plywood that was glued to it with a cheesey vinyl top layer. Than scraped it down to bare fiberglass with a sharp putty knife. Back to the shop and square tubing arched to match the body and fiberglass mat and resin.... Some areas took a 100# to make it conform to the arches I bent. (I used cylinder heads for weight
, since they were handy) So far, I haven't glued anything back to the roof (laziness and hunting season was close- but it needs it, cause it sweats) Also, I betcha you will find that your leaks
come from the vent because of the standing water in the sag.... Larry