Just the thought of writing this post makes me tired as I'm super discouraged about the mess I've ended up in.
I bought a 2001 Cub F16 last fall and I knew up front that it needed to have parts of the floor replaced.
I started doing so last Saturday and the whole deal can best be described as a ****show.
Sandwich construction...not good.
Everything from the top layer is wet wet wet and it's slowly turning into a really big job.
An hour into it I kind of gave up and listed the trailer for sale on the internet at an attractive "handyman special price".
Long story short. I still have it, despite 50+ inquiries, so there's no way around it. I gotta start working.
Due to the sandwich design I cannot do all at once so I'm working my way from front towards the back, two feet at a time.
However, and the reason for me writing this post asking for advice, the water heater, the furnace, fridge and bathroom all have to come out since I have to do the full floor.
Anything I should pay extra attention to when removing the three appliances? It seems that they have been taken out before as every single wire has been cut and spliced.
Any tips, tricks, hints are most welcome.