JayBees Posted March 15 Share Posted March 15 ‘91 Winnebago Warrior. I knew when I bought it that there was some water intrusion above the cab. The rv has spent several years unused in my pole barn and the damage has obviously spread. Nervous at the thought of opening the whole front end like a sloppy burrito but I think its gonna come to that. Entire bed area rotted and damage not quite half way up to passenger side window. Might be hard to see but there are water streaks all down the area below the front window. Probably have to reseal front window and exterior overcab lights. Saw a video where a couple removed the piece of fiberglass layer that goes over the truck cab, then glued a sandwich of plywood layers and foam on it. Then they slid the completed piece back over the cab. Might do that. I’m either gonna use sections of lumber joined by pocket screws or 1 piece of marine plywood with sections cut out for foam board. Then layer top and bottom with 1/8” plywood sheets. Probably glue it down with 3M 5200 or construction adhesive(cheaper). I’ve looked through postings on this forum to get ideas but I’m still probably gonna have questions. One initial question I have is in the first 2 photos below. There is a rectangular metal reinforcement plate over the drivers side of the coach. 1 inside anchored to 1 outside with six bolts. Is it odd that this is only on the drivers side? Not sure how to loosen this. The exterior plate has carriage bolt heads and the interior looks like 5 or 6 sided bolt heads. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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