My ultimate goal is to make this look not so horrible. A tree fell on my baby last spring.
It does not leak and no seals were compromised - just more of an eyesoar than anything.
In the interim of being rich - and no insurance will not cover it, quote repairs range from $4K (independent) -6K (Mothership) US to $10K plus here in Ontario at Can/Am.
So as I am deep into working on my trailer this year, was thinking of taking care of the dent at the same time as other things like rear leak and front leak, water heater area leak, vinyl floor replacement.
I have removed everything to do the floor (save the bathroom and galley - still up in the air if I really need to remove the closet at this stage.) So I have lots of room to move around.
Regarding the dent - I am debating on two options:
1. Remove the inner panels and push the dents out or;
2. Have a go at the pointless glue pulling tools.
Either way will be time consuming and a lot of patience.
Here are two shots from the inside.
I'm thinking that with the window various trim and curtain rail removed - I can then remove that centre panel that is over top of the curved panel - release the rivets from the main centre panel and at the top of the side panel and I should be able to slip the curve panel in and out?
Sorry this pic did not rotate left...
So I am thinking I may have better luck as a DIY job to smooth it out from the inside rather than trying to pull it out from the outside - what do you think?