83 Travelcraft Back End Rebuild
We have a 83 Travelcraft Class C. There was a leak in the passenger side right with the previous owner thought a rag and some duct tape would fix. Surprise, surprise, that method does not fix leaks or stop water. It seems the siding and the roof came out of the corner molding and instead of taking out a few screws, re-sealing and reattaching the molding, they chose the other method.
I have ripped out the passenger side wall about 3' forward of the rear corner and some of the interior walls on the back wall and the ceiling.
I can see how things are constructed, rebuilding is not an issue, but I do have a question I hope you all can help me with.
I wanted to try to not have to remove the siding. I'd like to rebuild from the inside. The issue is that the siding is stapled into the first layer of plywood. Do I need to use adhesive to adhere to the first layer of plywood or do something else to secure it?