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Old 10-22-2015, 08:02 AM   #1
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2004 30' Land Yacht Gas 30
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Broken Rear Upper Shock Mount

During the winterization process of my 2004 Land Yacht 30, I noticed the curbside rear upper shock-mount was no longer attached to the frame and was hanging down with shock still attached.

It appears that the shock-mount was originally held in place to the frame by rivets. One eye-hole had the metal ripped away, so the mount itself must be replaced.

Anyone experience the same? Better bolted, instead of riveted? Possible cause for the problem? Thoughts on where to get a new bracket; Workhouse has not been overly cooperative in the past.

As always, thanks for any and all input and help. May your winterization process be trouble free.......

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