Sorry to hear about your water damage. I agree with Mainah, if you want to keep the camper you gonna need to deal with this head ache. I was lucky, I only had a rotted slide floor. Never even knew it until I went looking as a good friend had some issues with theirs.
The rot will keep spreading, it is truly and infection. Actually getting the siding off is not that bad. I ended up using a larger pair of needle nose vise grips to get a whole of the staples and yank. The siding comes off from the bottom up.
There is also a product called Rot Dr. Wood preservation, rot repair, and restoration using epoxy resin on boats and homes.
I used it to kill any active fungus rot even left in stiff wood. If you do not get the fungus, dry rot keeps going. They even use that resin to rebuild some timbers but in my case I cut out all the bad stuff and added new.
While this is a slide unit being fixed, it has a bunch of pics that may help. http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f7...age-10695.html
Also see our Sunline Articles area in the FAQ forum if you have not. Here, zoom down to to this section and read on. More pics of rotten stuff fixed.
Restoring a Sunline
1. Repairing water damage on your Sunline.
Good luck and post pic's of before, during and after. This really helps the next guy out and helps show us what your up against to maybe help point to some things we have done to help you get through this. We can help too as you go through this. We have a number of reconstruction artists here and willing to share rot stories....
Hope this helps
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Prior Sunlines: 2004 T2499 - Fern Blue
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