In this video, I give you a look at the underbelly area of our 2011 Keystone Cougar 276RLS trailer. I show you two large square sections that I have cut out of the Coroplast plastic underbelly cover.
To make working on my RV sewer and plumbing easier, I have cut out the two sections. I detail why the cuts outs and how I reinstall them once I’m done with any repairs, mods or maintenance jobs.
To hold the plastic pieces in place, I use a combination of 3/8 inch Tek screws, Gorilla tape, and 16 gauge tie wire. I find these items hold the underbelly on well but at the same time make it easy to remove down the road.
Good job Rey, I also used Gorilla Tape to rescuer the underbelly. I didn’t need the wire this time. Maybe after I cut mine up as much as you have I will need it then. Your’s looks more like Frankenstein put back together again.