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Old 05-20-2019, 09:16 PM   #29
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Ok, I realize this thread is over a year old . . . Looking to do the same modification to my coach. Getting rid of RV fridge and getting a residential one.



It looks like I'll have to remove the shock holding the door, maybe the door worse case but that should give me 26" in width. The only potential problem is the top of the door narrows in. Are all your doors straight? Same width across the entire door?
Yep, this is an old thread, about 2.5 years old .
Our door frame has the same width cross. I did remove the shock, screen door and door trims. Overall, it wasn't that bad of job.
Here is my write up back then Replaced an RV Fridge with a Residential Unit - iRV2 Forums.
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Glenn and others at OMC in Eugene, Or took the Norcold out and the Samsung 18 through the window above the dining table. And they did a very nice job.

This was a couple years ago.
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Oops. the old fridge wasn't a Norcold but the original CC used in '03.
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