Originally Posted by Bill B Estevan
I have a 73 boler
that was laid over on its driver side the aluminum trim channel around middle of trailer covering the seam is all but gone has any one completely ground off the top and bottom flanges and fibreglass the outside the same as they did at the factory on the inside? failing this fix anyone have a suggestion for something to cover up original seam that was covered by aluminum c channel?
also looking for driver side jelousie windows
small one over stove and larger one at back to left of sink
also wondering if anyone has removed closet and then reinstalled , and what method you used to reattach as side by door openning on mine has been stpled together?
I have done all the things you are asking about.
Don't know your skill level, but not difficult.
I had to cut my shell completely in half during the rebuild; because there was so much damage Fiber-glassed the two halves together again. ( I did reuse the belly band).
I removed the ensonite and ground any residue off that was close to the joint. It (the ensonite) was relatively easy to reinstall.
Closet was reinstalled with stainless bolts through the shell. As were all the interior pieces.
Everthing was sealed with Butyl as I went along.
Hope this helps.