Here is a quick note for tonight. The good news is camper siding is installed from the top down. So the bottom gold piece was the last to go on. And in your case the 1st to come off.
Your camper looks like a smaller unit where the siding is stapled up from the bottom. Crawl under and look up. Odds are there is 1/2 a zillon staples (OK kidding but it feels like that when taking them out) holding it up to the bottom of the camper. They have to come out. Use fine screw driver to get under them and then yank with vise grips or pliers.
The fender, if that is what I'm seeing may also have to come off and the corner on the end of the camper. You can then see if they stapled it to the side of the camper under the corner. Odds are good they did. Once that siding is off all the wood will be exposed and you can see what is then next to do.
This is not your exact camper but shows the siding and how I took mine off and pout back on. http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f7...age-10695.html
There are lots of pics there including fenders and corners and some what to do with rotted wood.
Hope this helps
PS I would take out the lag screw and ice pick probe 1st. If it comes out with sticky smelling wet yuk.... well you have some rot. The lag screw would be filled with it too
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