Originally Posted by perryg114
This plate has ruined 1000's of trailers. Remove rub rail then caulk. Check for floor and frame damage. Pull belly skins to see what is going on in there. This is the major cause of rear end separation.
Yeah, such a shame, only reason this trailer has survived is that it resided in the southern Cali desert for much of it's life. The rear flooring as survived except for the extreme outer edges. One side is showing signs of slight movement but in the scheme of things I'm not worried. I've pulled the rub-rail off and caulked. I suspect water was getting in from somewhere else too. Waiting for the next rain ☔️ now.