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Old 03-31-2014, 06:30 PM   #1
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Flip up couch mount is separating from the wall..

Hi everyone, first post here.

I have a 2001 Sierra 5th wheel toy hauler. It has the flip down couch/beds on each side. One of them is separating the wall from the weight when it's up. I can see some wood behind the wall for mounting, but doesn't look thick enough to mount anything to.

I'm sure this has come up before but couldn't really find anything on a search. Is there anything out there to help remedy this?



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First thing, welcome to iRV2!

Look at the screws holding the bottom bracket in your picture to see if that's where the stud is located. If the stud is there, you need to move the eye-bolt holding the top support over and in-line with the bottom bracket.

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