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Old 05-15-2012, 04:27 PM   #1
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Can I cut a hole in the side of a Journey

Can I cut a hole in the side of a Journey? I want to install an entertainment center. It would be located behind a couch so an insulated box would be built around it on the inside. There are plenty of doors and frames to be found on the internet. Sounds easy. What am I missing?
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Look for the support framework that resides within the wall and tap in to it rather than drill clear thru. Each hole you add that goes thru will allow for easier passage of moisture!
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Get in touch with Winnebago Owner Relations. Another problem that you're going to run into is wireways in the wall. They can tell you where the wires are located so that you can avoid them.

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