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  1. Hi- I finally got to work on rebuilding the back wall on my '86 Dolphin. The back wall is the bathroom and there's plenty of rot. I've removed the siding BUT there's a lot of the luan wood layer still stuck to it. Do you know the best way to get that stuff off? Thanx OregonSteve "Never never doubt what nobody is sure about." -Willy Wonka
  2. I tried regular liquid nails but that didn't work and then I switched locktite x3. Is there a different glue for the roof and, for those of you that have the corrugated fiberglass on the sides, what do you use for that? looks like it was originally spray glue.
  3. Hello all; We have just begun a total redo of our 1990 Odyssey with hopes to hit the road full time next summer. We have gutted the interior, except the range and refrigerator, and are now working on replacing some wood rot in the overhead cab cone area. We have fiberglass sides and a rubber roof sandwich, rubber-luan-styrofoam-interior ceiling panel. What type of glue is best to use to adhere the luan to styrofoam to ceiling panel? Thanks to all who respond to the first of what will be gazillion questions. So happy to find this forum and all the great information.
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