While the interior skins are out I was thinking about cleaning and painting them. I was going to strip them but it seem like more work than it is worth.
I looked in Home Depot for the Jasco premium paint and epoxy stripper/remover but they only had the glue remover.
I will need to be food grade...so the walls would have to be easily cleanable.
Excuse my spelling 151 will do that to you.
Also...tonight I have made the template for the back area floor.
Question: from what I can see of the 68 overlander...the back shape should be the same as the front correct?...I took the front board out as well.
A few things are freaking me out.
1. in the back area the u chanel is not directly over the outrigger....
Can I use one of the fabric rachet clamps to pull it back in over the outrigger?
2. When I measured the gap between the frame and the u chanel...it is less than 3/4 inch. The boards that I took out are 3/4 inch.
3. I really dont want to drop the belly that belly pan...all of thoes rivets being drilled out
. Then again...if I use the 3 inch strip method all around the edges that seem like it is going to be a big pain in the tail feathers to get the bolt in around the front and back areas.
I am afraid that the whole shell will just fall off the trailer itself.
Even if I took out the center of the belly pan which leaves about a foot on each side...it will be a bear to get to the edge of the u chanel