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Old 04-09-2016, 08:06 AM   #1
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I have a 2004 class A Gulf stream independece and need to remove the dog house.how is that done?
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Usually there are screws or bolts in the corners, down through the floor. They are often hidden in the covering material, so fish around with a pick or screwdriver until you find something metal.

Hopefully somebody with another Independence will come along soon and have more specific advice.
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Usually there are screws or bolts in the corners, down through the floor. They are often hidden in the covering material, so fish around with a pick or screwdriver until you find something metal.

Hopefully somebody with another Independence will come along soon and have more specific advice.
Thanks I found the eight screws hidden under the glued and stapled carpet. What a pain, but got done what needed to be fixed. Thanks for your help,
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WOW ....... That sure seemed like a lot of hold downs. Most that I've seen are just 2 turn buckle type of lock downs. As long as you got done what you needed, all is well.

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