I am doing some pre-planning,(worrying)
. Before taking delivery.
One of my major concerns is 'plumbing leaks'. I keep hoping to find some extensive write-ups about UNDERBELLY work. A Underbelly 101 would be nice.
Seems there will be lots of that skin to remove ugh!
. I suppose that the belly will be full of insulation. Probably glass type,ugh!
. Probably wet and moldy, ugh!
. Perhaps mouse/rat nests, ugh!
. Maybe a Brown Recluse or two,UGH!
.Who knows what else will fall down into my face and eyes! And all this to be worked from a clearance that OliveOil couldn't navigate on a creeper.
Not to mention all the rivet drilling out from the looking-up position.And solder sweating from beneath is no party either!
Please tell me the Axles will not be mounted over a section of the under-skin causing there to be an unreachable area without removing the axles. Now if I could just flip the whole damn thing over and work looking down.
I suppose the piping will be running up near the plywood floor?
Does it run under the cross-frame/outriggers or through them (heaven forbid).
Or (please let it be) All supply plumbing is above the floor and routed under cabinets , beds, etc. Where is the LP gas plumbing?
BTW Approx how many inches between the bellyskin and the bottom of the plywood floor?
I do have the repair manual, it devotes two short paragraphs to Bellyskin removal, and I can not tell from diagrams the exact level of the plumbing supply runs.