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Old 09-05-2019, 10:55 PM   #1
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Wall wood frame size

Hello everybody.
I bought a nash 29v the year is 1997.
I need to know what size of lumber that used to frame walls before I start replacing water damage walls and floor...the left side lower wall is soft mid way from the window down . The walls site on top of the floor. Since the damage was caused by the p.o .not repairing it properly...where the metal and rubber meet on the roof.I also need information about how the cabinets are mounted to the walls ..the good news is that the rest of the rig is solid.
Oh .one more thing ...the fresh water tank is mounted under the bed ...is this a normal or was it mounted under the trailer like the grey ..black tanks ?..
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Old 09-09-2019, 08:52 AM   #2
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Likely a "sandwich" of materials glued together. Starting outside: filon, luan, foam board insulation, frame material (either box aluminum or 1x1 wood), and finally the interior layer of luan.
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