I need help with wall paneling

Discussion in 'Camper Restoration Projects' started by Woodsman29, Nov 11, 2017.

  1. Woodsman29

    Woodsman29 New Member

    Mar 5, 2017
    San Antonio, TX
    I don't know how to attach the wall paneling in my pop-up their is nothing between the walls to attach the paneling to. I have slots that's it's suppose to slide through what do you suggest?
  2. Fless

    Fless Active Member

    Pics might help us envision what you're dealing with.
  3. kitphantom

    kitphantom Well-Known Member

    Dec 26, 2009
    Albuquerque, NM
    More information would be helpful, including pics. What camper do you have? Are you repairing, replacing, or adding on to existing paneling? I assume this is interior paneling. If you removed previous paneling, can you use the same technique to secure the new?
  4. Woodsman29

    Woodsman29 New Member

    Mar 5, 2017
    San Antonio, TX
    Wow you pop-up looks great. I do not know how to upload pictures. Need help with that too. I am a beginner.
  5. Woodsman29

    Woodsman29 New Member

    Mar 5, 2017
    San Antonio, TX
    I have a 1996 Coleman Shenandoah and yes it is the interior paneling but it was just pull out. I dont' know how to download the photos yet.
  6. eoleson1

    eoleson1 Well-Known Member

    Jul 5, 2011
    Macomb County Michigan
    If you have the pics on the computer you're posting with, just click the button at the bottom of the text box that says "Upload a File"
  7. CamperLover

    CamperLover For evil to triumph, Good men do nothing

    Jul 28, 2015
    There are metal c channels in mine that are 3 to 4" wide that the factory glued the paneling to. They cover the lift arms and cables. Mine the walls were no longer glued and with the cab/storage wall removed the paneling just slid out. I replaced my paneling but had a bugger of a time because of the grooves. Not until I removed the front wall was I able to do so.
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  8. kreeves

    kreeves She and her two dogs

    Dec 4, 2016
    West Virginia
    Get you some 1x2 or 2x3 and build a frame.

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