I've finally found the right intersection of Time/Money to finalize things on my '83 KurbMaster.
So before I go past the point where I don't want to back up and do-over, I wanted some opinions on a few things - and knew this was the place to get those in abundance. Good ones even...
Like Apollo Trucks, I'm going with plywood attached to the aluminum floor. On top of that will be self-stick tile (for now - I'm going to see how it works before committing to something else). I never could reach Apollo to ask so, What do you folks think is the best way to attach plywood to the heavy aluminum floor? (And I won't be gluing at all - way too permanent for me!)
Also, what is the preferred wall cross-section? I.e., metal, then metal "studs" or tube, insulation, then plywood, then FRP/stainless?
And can you glue the foam insulation board directly to metal walls and ceiling?
I'll check my post count so I can get it up there to start posting pics. All of yours have been helpful and inspirational to me, so I hope to return the favor. One thing I'll be doing that will no doubt interest some is a "roof-raise"! I'm adding 16" to my too-short-for-me 72"-ish headroom. Stay tuned...
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