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Old 02-14-2012, 05:12 PM   #1
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Removing Steps Channel: Must remove Door frame first?

So I am looking to do some welding on the steps channel of the '68 22' Land Yacht Safari. The channel is boxed to the frame however so it is in need of being cut off of the frame, repaired, and welded back. Problem is, in order to cut it out I may have to remove the door-frame which is something I am not as comfortable with.

Anybody with any advice on this out there?

Thanks, JHB
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