Originally Posted by Camperdude
How hard was it to take this corroplast down... how long did it take you? I really want to add insulation and inspect my new 5th wheel and do exactly what you did, this spring. Where do i find this insulation?
Thank you sir...
It was pretty easy to drop. Mine was held up with self taping hex head screws. A row across the back, down each side a couple on each cross member. Had to drop the spare tire. There are mounting tabs welded to frame so the corroplast fits in between. You flex the corroplast down in the middle to release it. It meant being careful of propane lines and electric brake wires. I had run wires for backup lights as well.
I used the reflectix to hold the batts up while I reinstalled the corroplast by using gorilla tape to cross members that hold tanks in place. I bundled up all the wiring under the trailer. It was just hanging looped thru cross members. It took me a few days to complete but I am retired and working above kills my shoulders.
Really happy how the extra insulation helped with heating and cooling.