Have you gutted the entire inside? or just a portion?
How far did the gutting go? Are you back to seeing the wall studs and the inside of the aluminum siding all over?
We have many who have done repairs pretty close to the entire camper. Knowing more about what you are trying to accomplish can help us help you better.
If you are trying to start over totally, that is a different thing to work through if you are wanting to change the floor plan. It is doable but it will take planing and figuring so the tongue weight balance for the loaded weight of the camper creates a naturally stable towing trailer. You really need 12 to 13% loaded tongue weight on a camper per the gross weight of the loaded camper to tow stable in many of the camper conditions that present themselves. 10% loaded tongue weight is the low limit to not go under. Yes 10% will work but one accidental cargo move in the camper can drop the 10% down to 9 or 8% and the smaller the camper the less weight it takes to go that low. Then the camper can become unstable in certain conditions while towing.
This thread is a total makeover from the ground up. Frank did an excellent job on this but he did do the planning on weight and balance to keep it in check. http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f6...ect-11053.html
It is also easy to accidentally go over the rating of the axle or the GVWR of the camper when doing a rebuild so keep weight always in mind. Building heavy on a lot of items can use up all your cargo capacity
Let us know some more about what you want to do, rebuild the existing what was there or a new floor plan layout? Pictures really help in these cases.
Hope this helps
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