I did a search, read 3 pages full of anything else, but what i needed. So, finally decided to post my question. I purchased a trailer with 3/16" Lauan sides. It's very flimsy and actually stapled where the pieces overlap. It is screwed to the "joists" with nuts. Has anyone changed their original sides to plywood in an enclosed trailer? How difficult was it? I'm a not afraid to do the straight portions, but i have a curve in the front and i have no idea how i will bend the plywood. What thickness plywood did you use? Also, right next to the drop gate, there is a small area which is also kinda curved. how do you overlap pieces that butt up to metal and plywood? My current 3/16" Lauan looks really cheap and nasty. i have to use toggle bolts for ANYTHING that i want to hang, or it will break like a twig. any help would be appreciated, as always. thanks a lot!!!