I'll get some pictures of the actual damage up in the near future, but here's the situation:
There are a couple old leaks on the upper front corners of my TT, just in front of the overhead storage (above the table). I am pretty sure that one window just below one of the old leak areas (next to the door) is also leaking now and below the window the wall is soft. I'm thinking I have a good bit of repairs in front of me. I'll probably tear out the interior walls and ceiling in the front 1/3 of the camper and I expect there to be some studs that are rotted. Can I do all this from the inside? Last year I resealed all the roof seams (aluminum roof) with Eternabond and some other areas with Dicor so I am confident that the roof is good to go. I don't want to have to undo the seal work I did on the roof to complete the interior repairs
Of course, I won't be able to match the paneling, so I think I will either find something that complements the existing, or go all the paneling new/old with a coat of paint (I'm leary of how that might look though).
I will replace all the insulation in the process. Is there anything else I should consider doing when I have this opened up? Any other suggestions that would be helpful as I prepare for the job?