Sorry, just seeing this. No issues doing the ceiling install. I used the removed old ceiling panel as the template for the new birch paneling. Once cut, sanded and finished I put wood adhesive on each of the wood slats and using the correct length staples (too long and they’ll penetrate the fiberglass shell/roof) my wife and I held it in place and stapled it in place. I did add some 2x4 braces to hold it in place for a day or so to let the glue set. No problem since. Good luck!BritKLR-
I am rebuilding a Tiger right now... mostly still in planning stage but she is already completely gutted. Curious if you had any trouble installing the plywood on the ceiling where it curves upward at the cab area?
And in the last picture I can see the left side spark plugs. All of them!!!What’s great about a domestic truck based 4wd camper is when the oem alternator finally dies you can swap it out in the auto parts parking lot! Just found this old memory from heading to OE East a couple of years ago. View attachment 581885View attachment 581886View attachment 581887
Crazy ain’t it! Take a look at that date code on the radiator hose!!! Just noticed that.....should probably get a new one...nah, 25 years ain't that bad. I am a little embarrassed by how dirty the engine is thou..And in the last picture I can see the left side spark plugs. All of them!!!