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|Interior wall repairs winnebago||Larry||12-13-02|
|We recently aquired a 1990 winnie warrior on toyota chassis. Interior walls have a few holes in them. Not water damage, just some holes and tears where things must have been forcibly removed from the walls.I do not know how these walls were constructed, were they masonite over foam, or is there some wood or metal structure under there that I can use to support the wall repairs? (I was planning to use either an epoxy or fiberglass based compound to do the filling, but it would be nice to know what is there to back it up.) |
Would it be more advisable to remove the entire panel and replace? Any light you all can shed on this item would be greatly apprecitated.
|Re: Interior wall repairs winnebago||wrench||12-14-02|
|Yes there is a 1" to 1 1/2" wood frame, and the panelling is 1/8" thick hold in place with staples, cover with wall paper. very easy to repair, as long the framing is in good condition ( not rotten). The insulation may be |
fiberglass matt or foam panel, (not blowed)
good luck wrench
|Re: Interior wall repairs winnebago||Susie Payne||8-5-05|
|In the bedroom I need to repair the round piece of that connects the ceiling to the wall. It has long vertical cracks in it.|
|Re: Interior wall repairs winnebago||Larry||12-16-02|
|Thanks, Wrench, your info helps me get a picture of what I am dealing with. Happy holidays.|