Originally Posted by 78Argosy27
You might be able to see in the photos that the tub is placed against the interior wall of the fabulous 1970's floral patter bathroom wall. There is a bead of silicon caulking to seal the gap. The wall does not overlap the tub as it is done in other models. It seems the tub is screwed in place from the outside before the exterior skin/panel is attached. It boggles my mind if that is indeed how the Argosy was assembled.
I think I will have to cut the screws with either a reciprocating or oscillating saw. Has anyone experienced that same situation?
I don't know how the Argosy trailers were constructed, but your guess that the tub is screwed in place from the outside is highly unlikely. Maybe that entire corner is installed as an assembly, ie., the tub is attached to the surrounding wall and then everying is put in as one piece.