Hello all, WE have an emergency (sort of). we have two weeks to get the pup ready for the road, and we are having trouble. its a 1994 palomino stallion, the trouble is getting the wood off of aluminum on the front and back of the top. it had rotted, but only half of it. we have started removing it. everything is off, like the lights, wires, etc, we just have the wood left, and i feel like i'm doing more damage to the aluminum than anything. i feel like, once i'm done with what i'm doing, i will not be able to get the aluminum to rest back onto the wood "nicely". i've searched videos, but everything is made of particle board and ours is solid wood. the rotted part came off good, but the rest of it is being a stinker. can anyone please help with thoughts? tricks, tips, anything. I've thought of maybe bringing a hair dryer out and heating it up????