Originally Posted by project66
I gutted a 66 Overlander to replace the rear floor. I have new axles, all new wiring under, POR15 on the frame, and 2" rigid insulation under the floor. Inside I have the vinyl down and about ready for the tub and the rest of the interior. Is there any reason I cannot button up the bottom with the belly pan so I can tow the unit if I need to? The only thing I see that may need access from the bottom is to bolt the fridge in place, or am I missing something?
The only thing I can see you are missing is that you don't want to have to remove the belly pan to remove the fridge. It should come in and out without having to go to that much work.
Button it up, you're good. (Sounds like you did a good job)
On edit: I am assuming that you have the plumbing under control.