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Old 08-23-2019, 01:47 PM   #295
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Yes you will have to remove the top. Screws there attach both panel and compartment. Can't remember if more than 2 screws into floor. Once new flooring was in I trimmed both panel and compartment so screws went back into same holes. Good luck and am enjoying the post. Don
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Old 08-23-2019, 02:03 PM   #296
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Anyone know how to remove the side panel next to drivers seat? I removed all of the perimeter screws and two screws going down into the floor.... The thing wouldn't budge. I need it loose to be able to pull the carpet from underneath it and eventually put the new vinyl plank flooring under it. I was hoping I would not need to remove the control panel and all wiring... Just want to be able to lift it a bit. I looked, but could not find any more screws securing it from inside. I am sure I will figure it out, but thought some here may have knowledge of additional hidden screws?
When I removed my carpet and installed flooring it was tricky. I went around underneath the console between it and the carpet with a putty knife and I recall it was tight. I think on mine the carpet was stapled inside also. Anyway I remember cutting some of the carpet inside (careful of all the wires) and cutting from outside at an angle (careful of the vinyl) then tugging the carpet out. At least I got enough carpet out of the way to put the flooring under the console wall.
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Old 08-23-2019, 07:02 PM   #297
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Thanks guys... got sidetracked tonight with dinner and a dirt bike ride.. will go back a it tommorow morning.
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Old 08-24-2019, 07:20 AM   #298
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Still loving your work! I wish i had the space and just some of the skills you have garnered in your life Keep up the good work!
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Old 08-24-2019, 09:07 AM   #299
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Made a couple new plastic bushings on the lathe this morning. My stairwell cover was missing one and the other was cracked. Originals were likely nylon.... Made the new ones out of a chunk of UHMW I had laying around. I am now going to get back on removing the side console.
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Don, you were right.... There were 4 screws just below the switch panel going through the console into the side pad and a couple more securing the console bottom ledge to the floor. Carpet is removed now! Thanks!
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Old 08-24-2019, 10:31 AM   #301
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Great job
Great photos
Thanks for sharing

We are on lake Cumberland this week.

We dropped our coach off at Visone
Wednesday.
Terry and the guys said hello to you and your wife.

We will pick the coach up after the poker run mid September and head back to Ohio.
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I put laminate flooring in and had to lift the side console. I believe I took the top switch panel loose and lifted it up and there were screws along the top attaching it to the side panel and more screws down through the floor.

Been +10 years and memory is not what it use to be.
Agreed, there are screws that hold both pieces firmly to the frame of the coach, if it's like a Mandalay I once had.
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TRH299....I just replaced the passenger side ws in my 04 Camelot. Rock chip. If you want to use my windshield numbers to order just give me a msg. I have no problem with that.
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Great job
Great photos
Thanks for sharing

We are on lake Cumberland this week.

We dropped our coach off at Visone
Wednesday.
Terry and the guys said hello to you and your wife.

We will pick the coach up after the poker run mid September and head back to Ohio.
Hope you have a nice time at the lake.... Not much work today on the coach as we are headed to the Maumee river for some boating this afternoon.... gotta keep momma happy. lol
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TRH299....I just replaced the passenger side ws in my 04 Camelot. Rock chip. If you want to use my windshield numbers to order just give me a msg. I have no problem with that.
Thanks Dave! I got numbers from Visone from the cap they sold me, but if I will keep your offer in mind if I have any trouble when I order windshields. Where is the best place to order them from? I am close to Indiana so I could probably pick them up if I ordered from a company there.
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Hope you have a nice time at the lake.... Not much work today on the coach as we are headed to the Maumee river for some boating this afternoon.... gotta keep momma happy. lol
Say hello to Rick L. If you see him out and
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We will stay down for the power boat Poker run on the 5th. And 6th.
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Say hello to Rick L. If you see him out and
about.

We will stay down for the power boat Poker run on the 5th. And 6th.
We have been putting boat in at Mary Jane Thurston's and have not been to Lally's this summer.... Earlier this year his launch was unusable due to high water and storm debris. We took both boats down the canal tonight and ate at Laroe's.
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