I have a 2000 gulfstream class A MH. I hope I am not in too deep. Has anyone else got into this sort of mess? Any tips, hints, ideas (short of light it on fire and take the insurance claim) are appreciated.
So it appears there was a leak that originated from the stove exhaust vent. This was a failure at the factory.
Notice how the left side if the vent has no wood where the center screw would be and next to mouthing at the top left corner screw.
There is delamination on the side wall emanating from the vent down and out. I added in some luan around the area (2-3" strips) around the vent area. Used Gorilla glue and clamps.
Now for the really ugly part.
I already removed the dining table and jack knife couch. I'm guessing I'm gonna have to pull out the sink/stove & fridge. All of the sub flooring underneath will need to be replaced. I'm planning on pulling windows and revealing everything. I'm hoping once all the bad flooring is removed I will give it a couple of good rain storms and maybe a sprinkler on the roof for a week end to make sure I fixed all the leaks and then I'll replace the sub floor and use some West epoxy on the side walls.
Tim, 2000 Gulfstream Conquest, 32'
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