I called all over SLC trying to find 5' plywood. Unless you want to use Baltic Birch, it's real tough to find. MacBeaths has BB.
Miriam C. wrote:
I put 1/8 across to accommodate the 6' wide. I don't think I would want to trim the seam down the middle curve.
Beautiful TD btw.
Juneaudave wrote:You could go with a luan or cheaper ply and use a glued in headliner...no problem with seams, it seems...the problem I see is getting big sheets through the doors of a closed in tear....
Juneaudave wrote:I used sand beige marine hull liner http://www.yourautotrim.com/sabemahu.html...Congratulation and I really like your trailer. I was just thinking how hard it is to fit large pieces of ply through small doors. A headliner might give you a little forgiveness in fitting and not worrying about seams...if done right!!!
campingdude wrote: if the hull liner rough like carpet or softer?
starleen2 wrote:campingdude wrote: if the hull liner rough like carpet or softer?
Hull liner is a a little softer and and flexible than carpet
campingdude wrote:Ok just discover a problem teardrop is only 58 1/2 inches wide and a queen mattress is 60 inches
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