Once the storm flaps are done, I can glue and stitch the panels together one at a time so that I never have more than one panel rolled up and moving through the sewing machine at a time.
I'm thinking about calling atc this week to see if they can sell me a new sheet of aluminum for my roof vs trying to patch up the old one, which has a number of cracks. TBD.
I'm starting to read more on glue types. I have a few spots in the siding and roof aluminum that I want to patch and I figure the best way would be to glue some scrap aluminum into the back.
Also I need to reinforce a couple spots on the frame around the door that have cracked. I think I can glue and rivet some flat bar aluminum across the cracked sections to add enough strength.
And I need to order headliner and lights and a fan so that I can actually assemble the top of this thing! I feel like now that the vinyl siding is worked out, I can more safely spend (just) a little money on this.
Edited by a8ksh4, 22 April 2019 - 05:12 AM.