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Old 06-13-2014, 12:39 PM   #1
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Belly Pan

I have a 2012 Keystone / Montana. What is the best way to reseal the belly pan if you have to open it up ?

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If you only had to make a small opening then the best way is to cut a piece of plywood the same size and place it on top of the belly pan and then use sheet rock screws with fender washers and drill them in thru the material up into the plywood. then get some black Gorilla tape from Lowes and cover it. works and looks great.

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One thing I did was to replace the lame aluminum strips with U channel from Lowe's (used the old strips to drill holes in the same places). Supports it a whole lot better.
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