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Old 01-18-2021, 09:03 AM   #1
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Replacing some interior wall pieces

Hi all,
We bought our 2005 zinger this fall, and when we bought it we knew that there were some soft walls on the inside that we would need to deal with (not something that scared us away, obviously!). We sealed all of the seams before we winterized it to store it, and it hasn't gotten worse. We plan to re-rubberize the roof in the spring, just to be sure it's good and tight. Anyone replace portions of the interior walls? We don't need to do full walls (we don't think!), just a couple small sections.

We have a rear bunk that has a double on bottom, single on top, and the soft spots are on back outside corner., between the 2 bunks. I bought the thin plywood to replace the pieces once we cut them out and wallpaper to pretty the whole bunk space up when we're done, but I'm looking for tips, tricks and suggestions, maybe some advanced warning of what we might find in the walls. We're assuming we'll need to add/replace insulation.

Thanks for your insight!
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2005 Crossroads Zinger- 18' (ZT18RB)
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