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Old 10-09-2016, 12:51 PM   #1
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Belt trim removal on Itasca Horizon?

I have a 2000 Itasca Horizon 37' that has a slight separation at the wall to floor joint. I'm assuming that some/all of the screws attaching the side wall to the floor are either broken or backed off. Do any of you have a suggestion on how to access the screws from behind the exterior belt line trim? It appears that the trim has hinges along the bottom edge, but I don't want to risk damaging it by prying on it if that's not how it's done.

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I would like to know the answer as well.
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I have similar strip on my coachmen. It is an aluminum chanel with screws under a rubber or vinyl insert. The insert pulls out of the channel easily when warm, but is pretty stiff when cool. Screws go thrugh wall into floor frame which is 1" square tubing. Screws are about 2". Water witin the wall rusted mine and broke them. Had to redrill and install new screws.
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App locked up. Link wouldn't paste, arghh..

Your Journey should be like my and my Mom's Adventurers. There's screws underneath that hold it in place. Some are in the hinges, some are in dedicated clips.


Here's my Mom's taken apart:
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I'm not sure we're talking apples and apples. I have an Itasca Horizon, not a Journey. Are they the same design?
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