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Old 07-15-2014, 07:28 PM   #1
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Questions about repairing inside rv step

We just recently bought a 2000 Georgie Boy Cruise Air. 2nd time we used it the bottom step inside the coach came loose on 1 side. I crawled under it and it looks like the L channel gave out towards the outside of the coach. Has anybody had this problem? Or does anyone know a good way to fix it. I thought about L brackets inside the coach from the side to the bottom. Thanks for any info. Really disappointed with this o problem.

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The easiest fix, but not the cheapest, is to take it to a welding shop and let them rebuild that step area, my guess is that the metal is rusted out from being subjected to salted roads and not properly flushed out after such exposure. I would do a through examination of the whole underside to see what else is eaten away and ready to give you problems, pay particular attention to the generator supports, being on the back end that area will really get eaten up by salt.

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Old 07-19-2014, 11:50 AM   #3
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Thanks for the reply. I am taking it an rv shop to have it fixed.
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