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Old 05-05-2012, 03:16 PM   #1
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Missing interior walls what do i use . ???Please help

O did not think it was going to be a problem that I bought a gutted AS . But I only have the front endcap in fiberglass and not sure where to get a rear interior cal or what to use for the walls . Please help
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Old 05-05-2012, 03:22 PM   #2
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I replaced all of my interior walls, starting here:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f109...ml#post1073025

Some folks have created endcaps from aluminum, copper and even wood panels, mimicking the older 13 panel exterior endcaps.

What type of trailer do you have?
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I removed everything from my trailer except the bathroom. I just cut some plywood for the walls. It was an easy job. I posted a few pictures on my blog while I was doing it. Maybe those will give you some ideas.
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Interior

If it is an Airstream what size/model/year trailer? If you know these go to VintageAirstream.com look in the archives photos for your model/year. You'll find lots of pics of interiors and exteriors. Also look on these forums in the classified ads on the blue tool bar above and check each page. Many interiors are removed and made available there. Hope this helps! Happy Trails, Ed
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