GuitarPhotog wrote:I think it's customary to spray the bed liner on the exterior of the bottom, not the interior.
And I don't think you want to use butyl tape where you indicate because as it compresses it will affect your joints.
And you absolutely need to water proof that exposed edge of the vertical cabinet grade plywood under the aluminum. Leaving an exposed plywood edge there will cause the wall to rot from the bottom up.
My $0.02 worth
QueticoBill wrote:I like the systems that attach a spline or tongue to the floor and then leave a groove in the wall by inserting the bottom frame member.
The 3/4" skeleton wall would be sitting on the bed liner.
You might toy with masking your floor edges so you can get a good glue joint, not sure if that works with bedliner.
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