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Old 09-02-2008, 02:45 PM   #1
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Atwood w/h in .67 Safari'

I'm replacing my Bowen w/h for an Atwood in my '67 Safari. While sitting level, the new w/h sits even with the coach body on the bottom of the opening and sits an inch or so inside the body at the top. This is due to the curve of the body of course. If anyone has done this swap, should I let the bottom hang out to allow the top to be even with the body or indent the top so the new trim and door will be flush? If the latter, will the unit vent properly? The unit could be tilted, but I'm certain that's a no-no. I've seen some posts about this swap, but no one has addressed this that I can see. Thanks for any help.(also still looking for the best toilet replacement)
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