I was considering lifting the body of my 82 Burro
off the frame and replacing the floor. After reading BillD's post I am wondering if I even can lift it off, or should not try lift it off. I do need to have the frame welded but can leaving the body on for that. Anyone ever replaced the whole floor in a similar burro
? I have placed plywood on top of what is in there already, and put in a couple of screws, this has made it very solid already. The prior owner used bondo in a large section by the door, so I am not loving that, but there is reinforced steel supporting that section. That is the only section that is questionable.
Any advise or experience to share I would appreciate it.
BillD great post thanks for the pictures, unfortunately with the double shell the burro
is not so open to work on.