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Old 08-25-2016, 09:59 PM   #15
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If you clean the skins with acetone, one should not have an issue. I did that and also painted with an aluminum primer with a hitech additive- no issues, great bonding. I also sealed and ran a bead of caulk on all the seams and ribs. I so re-engineered the frame/shell/floor connection. My frame and shell bolt together and the floor is independent. I can remove my floor at anytime without removing the shell. The spray foam in my rebuild for me is the best option for insulation. For other maybe not. I did weigh all the options and this the one I chose. I went with rigid foam board under the floor for insulation. This spray foam technique is an option for those who maybe considering spray foam- mostly those with more time than money😁

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