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@ScottG , surprisingly very little! The DM [email protected]'s are a unibody type construction, 10 large screws through the side walls into floor framing and then the inside benches and cabinets hold it all together. Once trim and seam pieces were removed from the handles down, just started prying the seams apart with putty knife and jacking the body/shell up. Only the bed/dinette structures were removed, front cabinets I only removed the screws into the floor.@irvingj , about 6 to 10 (maybe more) of us DM owner's have either done it ourselves or had the factory do it.@Icb, NuCamp charged me $600.00 for a blank floor, two plastic wheel well replacements, and the bottom fiberglass fabric. An additional $400.00 for shipping. You could save a lot if your close enough to factory for pick-up, or perhaps have it shipped to a dealer along with a trailer delivery.Blank floor was just that - no holes at all, no bottom fabric, no top layer of plywood, no linoleum or floor finish, no end wood pieces to tie into the curving front and rear of trailer.You must remember the DM [email protected]'s are a lot simpler in construction than the later Pleasant Valley / NuCamp units.