Not on any drugs other than glucosamine and Vit C. A/C just to heavy for son in law and when I reached over his shoulder and grabbed the a/c to help, he raised up into it and my elbow went to far and tore the attaching at lower end.
Have been learning that gelcoat needs to be thick so you don't sand through. One more time inside and then it is time for wiring, cabinetry and flooring. Also decided to replace the axle
and go up to 2500 lbs. Next size changes a lot of things but will be worth it in the end, old axle
was 2k max.
Oops there is a little rot where the floor and inner wheel wells meet, I think i'll drill and glass in some rebar and then spray about a half gallon of gelcoat to preserve it for all time, no sanding and polishing to be done here.
The roof was very wavy with the A/C on top and smoothed out when A/C was removed, I am planning to add a stringer, for stiffining, on each side of the roof seam parallel to and about 12-18" off set. This will be 1/2" EMT glassed in and gelcoated to match. I am still deciding how to drain it. Any ideas?