Safari floor repair
I have to make a repair to a small section of floor in the rear curb corner of my Safari. The repair will be in the closet and behind/beneath the toilet. I have removed the rear lower skin beneath the back window and need to remove the lower skin in the closet. Trouble is, to remove this skin, I would have to remove the bathroom door/wall and closet wall as well as the upper skins, something I would like to avoid. As the repair is just in the closet, I am planning on cutting the inner skin about 8-10" above the floor inside the closet to give me access to the c-channel bolts. What would be the best way to make that cut? die grinder with cutoff wheel? Is there any reason why I wouldn't want to cut a piece out of the skin for access?
TIA - Lorry