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Old 06-12-2014, 10:41 AM   #1
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Remove Fender ???

Hi There,

I have a 2007 Georgie Boy Pursuit with a cracked right front fender (See Photo's). Can anybody tell me how you take the fender off the unit? I have taken out all the screws I can find and it seems to pivot on a ledge of some sort but wont come free. Anybody else run into this type of problem? Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks Much
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Old 06-14-2014, 04:18 AM   #2
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You need to remove the hinge rail cover, shown in the pic I've attached. It is a compression type fit. CAREFULLY pry underneath it starting at the front to get it to "roll" out of the channel. Once you remove that you will find the screws underneath. Remove the screws from the front to about 1/2 way back to the next compartment door. Once the screws are removed you will need to carefully pry the hinge rail away from the coach starting at the front. Slide the fender forward off the hinge rail. I cant tell if that light is just a reflector or marker light, but make sure to unwire it or cut it leaving enough wire to reconnect when your fender repairs are done.
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