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Old 09-03-2018, 11:25 AM   #1
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1979 31' Sovereign
Great Bend , Kansas
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Inner skin

I have gutted my interior and am curious what is the best way to remove adhesive and the small amount of insulation that is hard to remove. Also need sealant advice.
I plan to leave the trailer uninsulated wires exposed and redo the floor and probably reinforce the frame with weld in braces.
I like the reverb for playing music.
1979 31'Soverign so obviously needs a lot but windows etc gonna have to wait. May finish interior again in the future.
Also interested in a trade value.

Thanks for your time,. Jason Fox
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