I need to replace the 2" of plywood across my rear wall. That is a pencil stuck right through the floor in the photo. I was hoping to remove all the bathroom fixtures without gutting the entire trailer. I know that the fixtures are all installed from the back to the front, but I should be able to do it without too much difficulty right? Just start finding the screws and remove the fixtures... Get the vanity out and then the black tank/ toilet can slide out and the tub has room to slide out without removing the wardrobes...
The black tank is straddled by a closet, does it come out by removing the toilet, and lifting it from the rear/ left side in photo or will I need to remove the closet to get it out? The vent pipes run through this closet and my power comes in here too.
I need to do my renovations in phases and I am hoping to not gut her out all at once. I want to fix the rear and restore the bathroom over the winter, so we can use Anna for camping next season. Next winter, I will jump into some other major project. Do little stuff along the way. The last thing I want to do is be totally without a trailer next year. I have to do a little at a time.
I am interested in anyones input. I know that the sensible thing to do, is to gut it out totally, but I cannot be without the trailer next season. If someone wants to loan our family a trailer so I can go all the way, than I will, but for now I want to try and blast through a 4 month partial floor and bathroom renovation. No problem right?