Sunday, March 8, 2009

RV Quest Part 05

Have to brace up the front in order to apply pressure to the Styrofoam and plywood when we glue them up. I'm using a 2' x 8' piece of 3/4" plywood. Attached to the plywood is a 2"x6" to provide a backbone to prevent the plywood from bowing. This is being held up by 2"x4" 's that are cut a little long and then wedged into place against the ground and the plywood.

At this time the "floor" of the bunk has been completed and we will start on the roof on Monday. Weather permitting.


Blogger brian said...

I think my post failed so I'll retry. Wow, you sure did get into this R.V.! Congratulations on it's completion. I fear I have the same problem. The top bed has broken down with the molding from rusted screws. I did some work but to no avail. I'm trying to understand the construction of the wood to the frame at the bottom (same area as yours). Wonder if my Tioga is the same construction? Thank you for the informative pics!

August 28, 2009 11:34 PM  

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