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Old 07-26-2014, 08:47 PM   #1
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22' sport front locker removal

It'll be a few weeks before I'll have the chance to attempt this, but does anyone know how to remove parts of the front overhead locker on a 22 sport? I had a strap failure which resulted in my kayak shifting significantly and hitting the double curved corner panel. My hope is that I can remove as little as possible of the locker and push the dent back out to minimize the visibility of the damage. This of course assumes there is no inner skin that would be in the way... When looking at the locker it wasn't obvious to me how it was installed. Does anyone know how the locker, or as little of it as possible to allow access to the corner panel, can be removed? Just as important can anyone confirm that there is no inner skin behind the locker?

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