Thank you all for the wonderful contributions to this forum, the information here has been so helpful so far.
My husband and I are restoring my great uncle's '72 boler
. We have removed the frame and are getting a new one built. The main/biggest problem was a break at the rear drivers side just in front of the wheel (and several other small cracks that didn't look worth patching).
The plywood floor under the kitchen and drivers side dinette has rotten and weakened so we are replacing the floor while the shell is separated. I understand that some boler
floors are fiberglassed in completely on the underside, however ours just has a lip of fiberglass on top and bottom of the ply wood. I have seen a couple videos of people fiberglassing the top of the new floor, but what is the suggestion for the underside? I saw one guy tip the whole shell on its side and slide it into his garage to work on covering the bottom. Is this the only option?
Should we trying jacking/blocking the shell up high to get in underneath and work upside down?
If anyone has experience or suggestions for how to tackle re-fiberglassing the underside of the new floor your help is very appreciated!!