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Old 09-28-2007, 08:20 PM   #1
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I'm trying to remove the stool support from a 66 Overlander. I have removed all the screws I could find. The down pipe seems to be the hold up, and it all appears to be glued solid. I assume the next step is to actually cut the down pipe, or is it better to just destroy the top flange and replace it. Or am I missing something? The steel box under the tank is pretty rough as well. Is it pretty common for these to rot out? As you might guess, this all stems from a water leak that will require the back piece of flooring to be replaced. Any help is appreciated. Tom
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Old 09-28-2007, 09:21 PM   #2
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Old 09-28-2007, 10:58 PM   #3
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I'm trying to remove the stool support from a 66 Overlander. I have removed all the screws I could find. The down pipe seems to be the hold up, and it all appears to be glued solid. I assume the next step is to actually cut the down pipe, or is it better to just destroy the top flange and replace it. Or am I missing something? The steel box under the tank is pretty rough as well. Is it pretty common for these to rot out? As you might guess, this all stems from a water leak that will require the back piece of flooring to be replaced. Any help is appreciated. Tom
The RV closet flange is a common replacement part. If you need it gone, and it won't cooperate, hack it off, and go get a replacement, you can even get them at Home depot.
Also, try to ignore Micheal, he's been that way ever since we fed him the "funny" hot dog at a ralley a few years ago...
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Old 09-28-2007, 11:09 PM   #4
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On both the '66 Airstreams I've had they were glued together.
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