I'm glad to know it's solid
It's quite a chore, but I think it will be nice when it's finished.
Steve N Sal
Will do, thanks
I was told it did not leak, but I was also told everything works ... I'll go inside next time it rains and look around
I did check that area as tech support told me to, but to no avail. All vin numbers are gone. But I wonder if I can discover the vin number by looking up one of the other numbers? But I learned that without a vin number I can register it as a home made trailer or rebuild.
Thanks all, for chiming in
It's good to know I'll have a pool of knowledge to draw from.
I am still stripping the inside of that trailer, fighting the living bugs, vacuuming the dead bugs, tearing up old rotten carpet, vacuuming mouse-houses, spraying pesticides, washing with diluted-bleach; all the while wearing a respirator and it's very hot in the trailer!
I tried to plug in the power and it electrifies the door, ouch! So I run an extension cord through the window.
I contacted the manuafactuere for a manual and they want $25+ shipping for it, I asked if they'd send it on PDF for less - I don't need a paper book.
(For all my other devices, like a chainsaw and a printer, I simply download the PDF from the manufacturer's website. I've only paid for repair manuals.)
But the good news is, once I'm finished my first pass in that trailer you'll never know it was previously uninhabitable
I'll snap some pics soon. But basically you'll see the cupboards are nice and the floors are bare. It should be pretty easy to refinish once it's actually clean inside LOL
OK, have fun!