I am in the process of "beefing up" the framework and replacing the sheeting on the 2 mid twin beds in our 1970 Sovereign
I am throwing the thin plywood tops out, and replacing them with 5/8 inch. The 1 by 3, 3/4 inch structure is being replaced with 1 by 4, 3/4 inch premium grade pine, with no knots. Replacing the plastic, failing hinges with brass, etc..
I realize this will add weight, but to thunder with it. Can't be more than 100 lbs, not a major concern for me, I have two full grown, teen age boys that need a firm place to sleep. My question is: Has anyone ever used construction adhesive, liquid nails, or the like, in their interior modificatoins? If I use it, could I risk making things too rigid, causing stress issues by not allowing the beds to flex as the trailer is twisted down the road?
Most likely, I am overthinking this, but thought I would ask, before I get out the caulk gun.