So we discovered that a rat or rats have dined on just about every inch of water tubing in the RV. Some of the tubes are inside the cover under RV that protects the water tanks from road debris. I am going to attempt taking this rather large cover off and am asking if anyone has any experience with this? Is it very heavy? Are the tanks attached to the frame separately or sitting on the cover? I plan on breaking every screw loose first and then removing every other one, sound correct? Thanks in advance!
I don't know what cover you have, a photo would help. Most trailers have a Coroplast cover that is like a plastic cardboard, it is light as a feather and will not support anything. If that is what you have, you will be lucky if the wind does not blow it away. example
As lynnmor stated you more than likely have a Coroplast cover, your tanks will be held up by thin metal straps attached to your trailer frame more than likely but screws sometimes welded on some trailers ..
Rodents are always a problem eating wires an other things in RV's, there are numbers of post on all of the RV sites on how to protect from them getting into RV's.... One thing I will tell you do not use an poison to kill such in your RV, as some owners have found out the don't leave the RV to dye, the find the worst place to craw into an then dye leaving a very bad smell for weeks an possible months at a time ...
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