I recently bought a 2000 Scamp
13 that has some rot along the entire back 6" of the dining area floor due to a window or spare tire bolt leaking. I decided it is best to replace the entire dining subfloor as one piece. My question is, Should I have the new plywood butt up to the existing wheel wells and epoxy/tab the joint or should I cut the bottom of the wheel well to allow the new floor to slide under the wheel well and still glass it all in.
I feel going under it provides better structural advantages, but not sure if it's possible to slide a one piece sheet into place with the shell on the frame.
I'm using 3/4" exterior AC plywood and West Systems for materials. Thanks