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Old 04-15-2011, 12:31 PM   #1
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Passenger floorboard

Can someone show me what it looks like around the heater core on an Argosy24.
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Old 04-15-2011, 09:42 PM   #2
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I have 28' if you think that would help. I could post some pics for you tomorrow.
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Old 04-16-2011, 08:28 AM   #3
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Thanks Jo, I seen your work online. Your doing amazing work on yours. Photos might help I have a 24ft.
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Passenger side heater core pics.

First pic with wood and carpet cover.
Second one with wood removed.
Not sure what you are looking for .My chairs are out so things might look a little strange if you need more pics let me know.
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How did you get to it I have the same thing. I need to replace the core as well, will you buy a new one or send that one to get fix if possible?
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Thanks for the photo. It does help. Is the wire mesh stapled to the back of the wood? Does the whole piece stay in place by that top clip?
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As for the heater core, I had my leaky one fixed.
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The wire mesh is attached to the wood and the wood attaches to the floor with an L bracket and 3 screws same on the passenger side wall there is another L bracket screwed to the wall and to the wood. The side L bracket is the brown piece on right in second pic.
That is not a clip on the top it is part of the heater .
How much was it to get leaky one fixed? I hadn't decided if I should do that or get a new one.
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