plywood is f’n expensive these days, shylocked the last three sheets, called a sundown deadline on getting the floor in, done.
i added a stringer across the 3 foot stretch, must have been a tank here they left out any support under the shower or something.
and the drain required a notch cut in the frame. not sure if this was a factory thing, might weld a replacement gusset, but for now at least the floor is supported.
ok, i think we’re ready to sheet.
hardest one in. yes, it goes 1.5″ under the wall channels. lets just say “bigger hammer” kept playing in my head.
measuring from back to front, there’s 1/64″ delta side to side. might work.
how i got the second piece in is a trade secret. popeye would have been proud of both my bashing and cursing. the center piece between the wheels required all my “negotiation” skills to squish everybody in snug.
tada! aprox 24′ x 7′ of shop space now has a floor!!! still have to drill and bolt everything down, and maybe some more negotiations here and there, but ima gonna call this project officially “over the hump”.
i was told a complete re-floor could not be done without removing the shell completely. i’m rather pleased with how well (get it? wheel well?) this actually worked out with the shell “floating” on the front and rear end sheets and wheel wells.
found the door again. there isn’t a snug rivet in the whole assembly. i think my future has a lot of drilling in it and take it all the way down to the pieces.